Daily Lotto is a game in which the full prize fund – including the jackpot – is guaranteed to be given away in every draw. If it’s not won, the jackpot rolls down to be shared between other players, so you don’t even have to match all the numbers to become a big winner.
You only need to match two out of the five winning numbers to receive a prize. It’s easy to play Daily Lotto online or in-store, with draws taking place at 21:00 every day.
How to Play and Win
Daily Lotto can be played every day of the week and it is simple to take part. Select five numbers from 1 to 36 in a bid to match the winning line - you can opt for a Quick Pick if you want a random set.How to Play Guide
Predictions for Daily Lotto
Take a look at ZA.National-Lottery.com’s predictions for the next draw. The formula is based on recent hot and cold numbers and it might help you settle on your own selections.Predicted Numbers
Daily Lotto Payouts
You win the Daily Lotto jackpot if you match all five winning numbers, but you could even land a share of the top prize if you match four, as all of the prize money has to be paid out every day.Daily Lotto Prize Payouts
Study the Hot Numbers
Analyse the statistics from all Daily Lotto draws going back to the launch of the game in March 2019. You’ll find out about the most frequently drawn numbers, overdue numbers and much more.Hot Numbers
Lucky Number Generator
Use the Generator to create your next set of Daily Lotto lucky numbers. It produces random lines of five numbers from 1 to 36 and is a rapid way to make your selections.Generate Numbers
Check Your Tickets
The Ticket Checker will tell you if you’re a Daily Lotto winner. Enter your numbers and the Checker will calculate how many you have matched, showing you the value of any wins.Use the Ticket Checker
Frequently Asked Questions
How does Daily Lotto work? What happens if no one wins the jackpot? Find the answers to those questions and many more on the Daily Lotto FAQs page.View all FAQs
Read about the potential Daily Lotto Plus game, which could be offered in future in South Africa.