How to Play the Lottery Singapore

Lottery Singapore

If you want to play the Lottery Singapore, you should start by knowing where and when to purchase tickets. The lottery is held every Sunday at the historic Syonan Gekijo, formerly known as the Victoria Theatre, and prizes are paid between 12 August and 11 September. It is common knowledge that the top prize is never given out, but in fact, this is not the case. During the war, the lottery was banned in S’pore, but it continues to operate in many forms in the country.

Toto is the most popular lottery in Singapore. Its first rollover jackpot was introduced in 1981, boosting its popularity. Originally, the lottery featured a 5/49 format, but it was changed to a 6/42 format in 1988, and again in 1997 to a 6/45 format. In addition, there is a rollover jackpot, which means the winner can win a higher prize than the one who has the highest number.

Singapore Pools owns the TOTO and 4D lotteries in Singapore. The Singapore Sweep draws are held on the first Wednesday of the month, and tickets are $3 each. Each winning ticket consists of 19 seven-digit numbers. There is a minimum prize of $1,000, and the top prize can reach $2.3 million. If your ticket contains the final two digits, you can win an extra $6 if they’re drawn.