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Weekday Windfall FAQs

Take a look through the list below of frequently asked questions about Weekday Windfall. You can find out about various parts of the game, including draw times, how to win prizes and much more.

What is Weekday Windfall?

Weekday Windfall is a lottery which happens three times a week and offers great prizes. The game was launched in place of Monday and Wednesday Lotto in May 2024, so it is essentially the same but it does have an extra draw.

What is Millionaire Medley?

Millionaire Medley is the name that Weekday Windfall goes by in Western Australia. This part of Australia has a different lottery operator so it is branded differently, but the rules of the game are exactly the same.

When do draws take place?

Draws are held on Monday, Wednesday and Friday evenings, with the results available after 8:30pm AEST (6:30pm AWST).

What time do ticket sales close?

The cut-off time for ticket sales is 7:30pm AEST everywhere apart from Western Australia, where you must get your entries in by 6:00pm AWST.

How do I play Weekday Windfall?

To play Weekday Windfall, select six numbers from 1 to 45. You can choose your own or get a Quick Pick. Go to the How to Play page for a full guide, including details of all the different ways you can take part.

How much does it cost to play?

It costs from $2.70 to play four games of Weekday Windfall.

What are the supplementary numbers?

The supplementary numbers are the two balls that are randomly selected after the six main numbers have been drawn. They are drawn from the 39 balls left in the barrel and exist to help create additional prize divisions.

Tonight's U.S. Powerball Jackpot
$150 Million*
    *Jackpot converted to AUD and rounded to the nearest million.

    How many numbers do I need to win Weekday Windfall?

    You need to match all six main numbers to win the Division 1 prize. However, there are several other ways to win, starting from matching just one number and both supplementaries. Go to the Dividends page to see all the prize divisions.

    What is the Division 1 prize?

    The Division 1 prize in Weekday Windfall is $1 million. This is a fixed amount per winner.

    Is there a limit to how many players can win the top prize?

    The Division 1 prize of $1 million can be paid out to a maximum of six players per draw. If there are more than six winners, a prize fund of $6 million is divided equally between them.

    What is a Cashcade Celebration?

    In a Cashcade Celebration, $1 million is guaranteed to be won in every draw. If no tickets match all the main numbers, the prize ‘cascades’ down to all the other prize divisions, increasing the value of payouts. Cashcade Celebrations usually run for a few weeks, so there may be several draws when the lower prizes are boosted.

    What is a Double Your Win Draw?

    Double Your Win draws give you the chance to win bigger prizes than normal. As the name suggests, the value of payouts is doubled. This applies to all prize divisions except the jackpot, which stays fixed at $1 million per winner. Double Your Win draws are called Double Win Days in Western Australia.

    What are the odds of winning?

    The odds of matching all six numbers to win the Division 1 prize are 1 in 8,145,060. The overall odds of winning a prize are 1 in 44.

    How do I claim a prize if I win?

    The process for claiming prizes depends on a number of factors, such as how much you have won and where you purchased your ticket. For smaller prizes you just need to go to a store to collect your money, while for larger prizes you need to claim by post or visit a lottery head office. Go to the How to Claim page to learn more about what to do if you win. You must claim your prize in the same state where you bought your entry.