Bullseye is a popular alternative to traditional lottery games.
Draws are held daily at 18:00 local time,
with results published online a little later.
Entry costs NZD 2.00,with ticket sales closing just before
the draw and resuming shortly afterward.
Players enter Bullseye by choosing a six-digit number from 000000 to 999999,
or go for a Quick Pick for randomly generated numbers. Players win the jackpot
by matching the exact number, but can win multiple smaller prizes by being
within 50,000 of the six-digit number.
Advance Play is available for 7 or 14 draws at a time. This makes tickets
cheaper, with a 7-day single-line entry costing NZD 10 and a 14-day single-line
entry costing NZD 20.
Bullseye does not have any additional games or opportunities to win prizes
on top of the main draw.
Bullseye has a guaranteed minimum jackpot of NZD
Even though Bullseye is a rollover game, the jackpot cap is NZD 400,000. If
the jackpot is not won at this capped amount, it rolls down to the next prize
tier. Due to Bullseye being a daily draw, the jackpot can max out quite
quickly, with regular big wins at the second and third prize tiers due to the
The odds of winning the Bullseye jackpot are 1 in 1,000,000.
It is possible to win prizes at six different tiers.
Apart from the jackpot, all prizes amounts are fixed, with the lowest-tier
prize being a ticket into the next draw.
the Bullseye number
Prizes are paid out as lump sums only, with players having up to one year to
make a claim.
Lottery prizes in New Zealand are 100% tax free.
Players must be at least 18 years of age to play Bullseye.
Tickets are available from authorized lottery retailers across New Zealand or
online via the official Lotto NZ website and mobile app.
It is not currently possible to play Bullseye overseas.
Launched on October 19, 2009, Bullseye is operated by the New Zealand