Draw Date: 2020-09-23
Lotto Plus 1 Winning Numbers
Rollover Amount: R810,837.74
Rollover No: 1
Total Pool Size: R2,534,684.44
Total Sales: R5,069,435.00
Next Jackpot: R1,900,000.00
Draw Machine: RNG2
Next Draw Date: 2020-09-26
Amount Won (Payout): R0.00
Amount Won (Payout): R123,920.50
Amount Won (Payout): R2,950.50
Amount Won (Payout): R1,507.40
Amount Won (Payout): R153.90
Amount Won (Payout): R94.20
Amount Won (Payout): R25.00
Amount Won (Payout): R15.00
About Lotto PLUS 1 In South Africa
If you have played the lotto, well, you are adequately equipped to play its sister game, the lotto plus 1. There is lotto plus 2, of course, but that will be the subject for another post.
How To Play Lotto Plus 1
Before you elect to play lotto plus, you might want to know that ticket sales close at 8:30 pm daily. A single lotto plus 1 ticket costs R2.50.
To play, you may opt for a “quick pick.” Here you give the lottery system the power to pick 6 lucky numbers for you.
Alternatively, you can get a valid betslip marks the lotto plus 1 option on the betslip. Next and pick 6 lucky numbers, from 1 to 51. You can choose these numbers using a pencil or biro. Make sure to write you name at the back of your slip to determine ownership.
Take your slip to a legit lottery retailer near you and pay for your bet. You will be issued a receipt containing the numbers your choose. Keep the receipt safe as you can’t claim your winnings without it.
How To Know You Have Won Lotto Plus One, And How To Secure Your Winnings
It isn’t easy to win the jackpot, but it is easy to know if you have won if you follow the programme on SABC2 on Wednesdays and Saturdays at 20:57 and if you follow the National Lottery website of South Africa.
The website is updated regularly, bringing you the latest on winnings and draws, and even educating you on how to play.
Winning of R2,000 or less can be claimed from any lottery retailer in the country. For a winning of up to R50,000 you may have to visit a post office to claim it. Winnings above R50,000 might require you to visit the nearest Ithumba office – or any other of their office of preference – to claim it.