Grenada Lottery Results

Latest Grenada lottery results for LOTTO ✔, SUPER 6 ✔, DAILY PICK 3 ✔, DAILY CASH 4 ✔. Find all the information you need about lotteries in Grenada. Check your ticket or search past draws if you won the jackpot.

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Grenada Lottery Games

Lotteries have been played in Grenada since 1999 when the first Lotto draw was held. Before this, the Grenada National Lotteries Authority only provided scratchcards and bingo games. Today, Grenadians can choose from a selection of games, with chances to win huge prizes on a daily basis, while a transnational game is also available.

The National Lotteries Authority is the sole lottery operator in Grenada and is owned and operated by the national government.

Unlike in most countries, none of Grenada’s lotteries have secondary games.

Lotto

Lotto is Grenada’s national lottery, with players choosing five numbers between 1 and 34. The format of Lotto signifies the odds of winning are short compared to most other global lotteries, with a modest jackpot available as a result.

In addition to the jackpot, players can win cash prizes at two additional tiers, as well as winning free tickets for subsequent draws by matching a Free Ticket letter.

Super 6

Super 6 is a transnational lottery game, which is also played in St. Vincent and the Grenadines, Dominica and St. Lucia.

With a much bigger starting jackpot than Lotto and with more attractive odds, Super 6 is hugely popular in Grenada, offering cash prizes at three tiers, as well as the chance to win free tickets for future draws.

Pick 3

Pick 3 is a twice-daily lottery game with over 40 ways to win. Players set their own stake and can also choose the specific type of bet they wish to place!

Jackpots and secondary prize values are determined by the player stake, with an option to combine bets for double the ticket price to win even bigger prizes.

Cash 4

Cash 4 is another twice-daily game, giving players an incredible 90 ways to win prizes across seven prize tiers! The game works in a similar way to Pick 3, with players able to select their own stake and the type of bet they wish to place.

The Cash 4 jackpot is 10 times harder to win than Pick 3, but is nearly 10 times larger too!

Grenada Lottery Game Schedule

The table below provides an overview of the schedule for each Grenadian lottery game.

Lottery Game MON TUE WED THU FRI SAT SUN
Lotto p.m.   p.m.   p.m.    
Super 6   21:00     21:00    
Pick 3 Noon
Eve
Noon
Eve
Noon
Eve
Noon
Eve
Noon
Eve
Noon
Eve
 
Cash 4 Noon
Eve
Noon
Eve
Noon
Eve
Noon
Eve
Noon
Eve
Noon
Eve
 

Grenada Lottery Odds and Jackpots

Lottery Game Winning Odds Minimum Jackpot
Lotto 1 in 278,256
XCD 40,000
Super 6 1 in 376,740
XCD 200,000
Pick 3 1 in 1,000 XCD 550
Cash 4 1 in 10,000 XCD 5,000
     

What are the Biggest Grenada Lottery Wins?

Grenada’s biggest lottery win to date is XCD 400,000.

Is Tax Paid on Grenadian Lottery Winnings?

Yes, 15% tax is levied on all lottery winnings in Grenada.

Mobile Apps for Grenada Lotteries

Lottery Operator Lottery Game Mobile Website Mobile App Buy Ticket iTunes Google Play
National Lotteries Authority Lotto
Super 6
Pick 3
Cash 4
Yes No No N/A N/A

How to Contact Grenada Lottery Operators

Contact information for each Grenadian lottery operator is listed below.

Operator Lottery Game Official Website Main Address Local Tel. No.
National Lotteries Authority Lotto
Super 6
Pick 3
Cash 4
https://nla.gd Carenage, St. George's, Grenada +473 440 7050

How Can I Purchase Lottery Tickets in Grenada?

Lottery tickets are available from authorized lottery retailers across the country.

Can Overseas Players Play Grenadian Lottery Games?

No, these lotteries are only available in Grenada.

How Old Must I Be to Play Grenadian Lotteries?

Participants must be at least 18 years of age to play Grenadian lotteries.

How Do I Claim Grenadian Lottery Prizes?

Players have up to 90 days to claim their winnings.

Prizes of up to XCD 250.00 can be claimed from authorized lottery retailers, whereas larger prizes must be claimed directly from the lottery operator itself.

All prizes are paid out as lump sums, with the exception of the Lotto jackpot that is paid out in instalments.

How are the Proceeds of Grenadian Lotteries Spent?

Due to the National Lotteries Authority being owned and operated by the Government, all proceeds go to the Grenadian national budget and are spent across the country.