Oz Lotto Super 7 is a popular 7/45 lotto game played every Tuesday.
Jackpots are normally quite low, with the minimum at only $1 million. But in the past year, the Super 7 has been growing to record proportions!
In June 2009, it paid out a $90 Million jackpot prize, the highest ever in Super 7 history!
Super 7 features 7 winning numbers, plus 2 supplementary numbers drawn from 45 balls. The supplementary balls are used to determine prizes in Divisions 2 and 7, and have effectively increased winning odds from 1-in-210 to 1-in-55.
In fact, Super 7’s pilot draw delivered a record 96,314 winners – over four times the previous OZ Lotto average. The two newly created prize divisions alone generated a whopping 94,739 winners. Since then, Super 7 has delivered on its promise of bigger jackpots and more cash prize winners!
Super 7 offers 7 'divisions' or levels of prizes. To win a prize you need to get at least three of the winning numbers from 45 and one or both of the supplementary numbers in any one game.
The more winning numbers you're playing, the higher your prize!
|Prize Division||Combinations||Percentage of Payout|
|Division 1||All 7 main winning numbers||40 %|
|Division 2||Any 6 main winning numbers and either supplementary number||1.7 %|
|Division 3||Any 6 main winning numbers||3.5 %|
|Division 4||Any 5 main winning numbers and either supplementary number||1.8 %|
|Division 5||Any 5 main winning||2.1 %|
|Division 6||Any 4 main winning numbers||24.0 %|
|Division 7||Any 3 main winning numbers and either supplementary number||26.9%|
Note: At present, only single draw entries are available for Super 7. Entry cut off is
When the time comes for a Superdraw (about 6 or 7 times a year) all these reserve funds are added to special Saturday Lotto draws - called Superdraws - to create the biggest possible jackpots in the country.
How to Play: For a standard game, you choose 5 numbers from 1 to 45 and a Powerball number from a second range of 1 to 45.