Hope you are all doing well and stay healthy. Just a reminder - many lotteries can be played online - there is no need to leave home. Therefore, we won’t stop updating and involving you during this uncertain period. This time, we will review what was happening in the lotteries across New Zealand last week (23 March-29 March) - surely there were some exciting moments.
Traditionally, one of the most popular lotteries in New Zealand is divided into three parts: Lotto, Strike! and Powerball. All of them were played across two draws which took part on Wednesday (25 March) and Saturday (28 March).
Lotto results were somehow lower than usual. In total, the prize pool of nearly 19M was delivered last week. Almost 471K players won prizes across both draws. However, differently than some weeks previously, none of these divisions witnessed the winner of any jackpot prize available. However, there were some nice moments to mention: Lotto had 25 winners of the 2nd best prize, 94 players could enjoy this title at Strike! and finally, 2 players were successful in getting this result while playing Powerball. The range of the 2nd best prizes was quite wide: from $457 to $32,049 per player.Keno
Keno is a lottery ongoing on a daily basis with draws taking place 4 times per day (10 AM, 1 PM, 3 PM and 6 PM) - therefore, players are quite proactive due to the frequency and difficulty level - this game is quite straight-forward and somehow similar to the popular game of bingo.
Summing up all Keno results last week, the multiplier of each draw fluctuated from 1.5 to 5. This is similar to all 28 games which took place a week before the last week.Bullseye
During the daily games of Bullseye lottery last week, the lucky numbers were as follows: 4,700, 296,319, 519,989, 915,198, 912,578, 295,152, 623,500. Overall, the average result of this lucky number giving the jackpot last week was 509,634. There were no winners of the jackpot (the best prize). 2 players won the prize of the Division 2 last week, thus earning $10,000 each.
Even though the market of popular lotteries in New Zealand is not quite large, the format of most of them allow players to gamble and play without any extra difficulties. Most lotteries are live every day - therefore, it is not difficult to adapt to particular times or any other details. Also, since these games can offer the ways of gambling with little or no risk at all, the participation becomes simple and nice. As mentioned above, these lotteries are now available online - so it is a good chance to try.
Congrats to all winners and participants once again. We are keen to see you here next time! Don’t forget to look after yourself and have a great week.