Super 66 FAQs
Get the answers to some of the most frequently asked questions about Super 66 here. You can find out about different topics related to the game, from the deadline for buying tickets to the prizes you can win.
What is the Super 66 draw time?
The Super 66 draw takes place shortly after 7:30pm AEST (5:30pm AWST). It is held just after the Saturday Lotto draw. View the winning numbers as soon as they are available on the Super 66 results page.
When do ticket sales close?
In the majority of states you have until 7:30pm AEST to get your entries in. In Western Australia, the cut-off time for ticket sales is 6:00pm AWST.
How does Super 66 work?
You don’t pick your own numbers in Super 66. Instead, you are given six numbers at random from 0 to 9. The aim of the game is to match these numbers to the winning numbers in exactly the same order.
Can you have the same number more than once?
Yes. Each of the six winning numbers is drawn from a separate set of digits between 0 and 9, so it is possible that the same number will appear multiple times in the draw. You may also see the same number more than once on your ticket.
Can I play Super 66 on its own?
Yes, you can play the game on its own or by selecting the Super 66 option when you purchase your ticket for certain other lotteries?
Which lotteries can I add Super 66 to?
You can add Super 66 to Saturday Lotto, Monday and Wednesday Lotto, Powerball or Oz Lotto.
How much does it cost to play?
It costs $1.10 per game in every state apart from Western Australia, where the cost is $1 per game.
Is Super 66 available everywhere?
Super 66 is played in every Australian state apart from New South Wales.
How many numbers do I need to win Super 66?
You need to match at least two consecutive numbers, from the start or the end, to win a prize. Match all six and you win the jackpot.
What is the minimum Super 66 jackpot?
The Super 66 jackpot starts at $16,666 and rolls over if it is not won.
Is there are a limit to the number of consecutive draws there can be without a winner?
The jackpot cannot carry over for more than 26 consecutive draws. If there are no Division 1 winners in the 26th draw, the jackpot prize is shared between players in Division 2.
How much is the jackpot currently worth?
The jackpot stands at $16,666 for the next draw.
How do I claim prizes?
The method for claiming prizes depends on how much you have won and where you bought your ticket. For the majority of prizes you just need to take your ticket to a retailer to collect your money. Jackpot winners will have to visit the lottery headquarters for their state. Head to the How to Claim page for more information.
Can I claim my prize in a different state to the one where I purchased my ticket?
No - prizes must be claimed in the same state as where the original ticket was bought.
What is the minimum age to play?
You must be at least 18 years old to buy a ticket.