Past Results

Wednesday 17 Jul 2024
  • 2
  • 4
  • 11
  • 29
  • 30
  • 34
  • 10
  • 20
Jackpot
A$1,000,000

Top Jackpot This Week

2 days 10 h : 26 m : 49
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Winning Numbers

The Most Common Drawn Weekday Windfall Numbers - Hot Numbers
11
Drawn 8 times
0 Days ago
17 Jul 2024
5
Drawn 7 times
7 Days ago
10 Jul 2024
26
Drawn 7 times
2 Days ago
15 Jul 2024
29
Drawn 7 times
0 Days ago
17 Jul 2024
7
Drawn 6 times
7 Days ago
10 Jul 2024
21
Drawn 6 times
5 Days ago
12 Jul 2024
11
Drawn 4 times
2 Days ago
15 Jul 2024
35
Drawn 3 times
14 Days ago
03 Jul 2024
The Least Often Drawn Weekday Windfall Numbers - Cold Numbers
12
Drawn 1 times
23 Days ago
24 Jun 2024
33
Drawn 1 times
44 Days ago
03 Jun 2024
38
Drawn 1 times
30 Days ago
17 Jun 2024
40
Drawn 1 times
49 Days ago
29 May 2024
6
Drawn 2 times
2 Days ago
15 Jul 2024
8
Drawn 2 times
2 Days ago
15 Jul 2024
9
Drawn 1 times
47 Days ago
31 May 2024
12
Drawn 1 times
33 Days ago
14 Jun 2024
The statistics are generated from 2024 to the latest draw


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Weekday Windfall

Weekday Windfall Lotto was formed by merging Monday & Wednesday Lotto games from Monday, May 20, 2024.

A new Friday draw was added to Weekday Windfall.

Weekday Windfall game can be played for as little as AU$0.60 per ticket, with a minimum entry of four tickets.

As the title suggests, Weekday Windfall Lotto draws take place twice per week at 20:30 Australian Eastern Standard Time.

To play the Weekday Windfall Lotto, players choose six numbers between 1 and 45 or can use the Quick Pick feature to randomly generate six numbers.

As well as buying single tickets, Weekday Windfall Lotto players can purchase multiple entries if they wish. Options include buying multiple Quick Pick tickets or using the System Entry feature. Through this feature, players can choose up to 20 numbers that are then entered into the following draw in multiple combinations for additional chances to win.

Jackpot

The Weekday Windfall Lotto have fixed jackpots of AU$1 million, with no rollover.

Up to six people can win AU$1 million per draw. If there are more than four jackpot winners, the total AU$6 million jackpot is split equally between all players who match six numbers.

Occasionally, “superdraws” take place on selected Mondays with a jackpot of AU$5 million.

Odds and Prizes

The odds of winning the Weekday Windfall Lotto jackpot are 1 in 8,145,060.

These are favorable odds in comparison to many other lottery games around the world; however, the lack of rollover means it is possible to win AU$1 million at most.

Players can win Weekday Windfall Lotto prizes at six different tiers.

Prize Category Numbers Matched Winning Odds Winning Odds %

1

6

1 in 8,145,060

0.00001

2

5, plus 1 or 2

supplementary

numbers

1 in 678,755

0.0001

3

5

1 in 36,689

0.003

4

4

1 in 733

0.14

5

3, plus 1 or 2

supplementary

numbers

1 in 297

0.34

6

1 or 2, plus 2 

supplementary

numbers

1 in 144

0.69

Payout and Taxes

Weekday Windfall Lotto winnings are paid out as lump-sum single payments.

Australia levies no taxes on lottery winnings; however, if you play the Weekday Windfall Lotto games online from another country, remember to check whether winnings are subject to local taxes.

Who Can Play Weekday Windfall Lotto?

You must be at least 18 years of age to legally buy a Monday or Wednesday Lotto ticket in Australia.

Players in Australia can buy tickets from authorized lottery kiosks across the country, while players around the world can play both the Weekday Windfall Lotto online.

History of Weekday Windfall Lotto

Originally, this lottery game was called the Monday Lotto and only drawn once a week from 1979 until 1984, followed by the addition of a Wednesday draw. On May 2024 the new Friday draw was added and the game was renamed to Weekly Windfall

Between 1989 and 1996, the second draw was made on Thursdays, before returning to Wednesday when the Powerball Lotto game was launched.

Players of the Weekday Windfall Lotto originally chose six numbers from a set of 40, before this was expanded to 44 and, finally, the 45 that is used today.

Prior to the 1994 launch of Oz Lotto, Weekday Windfall Lotto were the only lottery games that could be played in the state of New South Wales.