Learn how to play Lotto India right here, and take part in the first online lottery for the whole of India. Whether you’re located in India or elsewhere, playing couldn’t be simpler and takes seconds. Read on to find out how the lottery works, how to enter and what to expect from the Lotto India draw.
Entering a Lotto India draw will only take you a maximum of two minutes. Tickets cost ₹40 and you will only need a computer, tablet or smartphone that can access the internet to play online. Once you are ready to buy your Lotto India tickets, follow the steps below:
Visit the Play Lotto India page and select the 'Play' button. Select six numbers from 1 to 50 on one of the game panels, then select a Joker Ball from 1 to 5. Alternatively, opt for a Quick Pick to have a random set of numbers generated for you. To submit more than one entry, move on to the next panel and select another set of numbers.
Decide whether you want to enter your numbers into a single draw, or subscribe for multiple draws in advance. You can choose to subscribe for up to three months in advance.
Select ‘Add to Cart’ when you have finished choosing your numbers and entry type, then select ‘Pay’ to complete your purchase. If you are a new user, you will need to register for an account and provide payments details. Existing users need to sign in to complete the checkout process.
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To win, your objective is to pick what you think the winning six numbers and the Joker Ball will be. If your predictions are correct, you could win up to ₹4 Crore, or even up to ₹40 Crore in special Bumper Draws!
The odds of winning the jackpot are 1 in 79,453,500, and there is a 1 in 3 chance of winning a prize. Take a look at the Lotto India Prizes page to find out exactly what you could win.
One panel of numbers costs ₹40. The more entries you buy, the better your chances of winning big. To play Lotto India, you need to have sufficient funds in your online account to cover the cost of your entries. You can find the list of payment options on the FAQ page.