Bucko is available to players in Canada’s Atlantic provinces of New
Brunswick, Newfoundland and Labrador, Nova Scotia and Prince Edward Island.
Daily draws are made each evening at 23:30 local time.
For CAD 1.00, players receive three lines of five numbers
All Bucko tickets have randomly generated numbers between 1 and 41. It is
not possible to choose your own numbers.
Bucko is a unique lottery game, with a chance to win by matching numbers
across a single line, multiple lines called a Combo, or both.
Players can enter the TAG game for an extra CAD 1.00, for a six-digit TAG
number and a chance to win the jackpot of CAD 100,000 if all six digits are
matched in order. Secondary TAG prizes are also available, with players able to
buy up to 10 TAG entries per ticket.
Advance Play is available for up to 10 draws at a time, or take out a
subscription to ensure that no draws are ever missed.
Bucko has a fixed jackpot of CAD 20,000, and has no
rollovers or roll downs.
All Bucko prizes are fixed.
The odds of winning the Bucko jackpot are 1 in 749,398.
Players can win prizes at three different tiers for a single line and at six
different tiers with combined numbers. The top prize for combo winners is CAD
1,000, while players who match no numbers at all win a free ticket for the next
The overall odds of winning a single line or combo prize are 1 in 4.5.
Single Line Odds
Lottery prizes in Canada are not subject to tax, with players having up to
one year to make a claim.
Players must be at least 19 years of age to play Bucko.
Tickets are available online via the official Atlantic Lottery website and
app or from authorized lottery retailers across participating provinces.
Bucko is currently not available to players outside participating provinces
or from overseas.
Launched in February 2006, Bucko is operated by the Atlantic Lottery