Daily lotto results for today are out in South Africa. What is daily lotto South Africa? Daily lotto is a South African lottery game that takes place every night at 21:00, every single day except Christmas Day.
The SA daily lotto results for today are out! Phanda, Pusha, Play for next time if you haven’t started playing the lotto. Below are the daily lotto result for today. You can also check daily lotto results Twitter.
Daily Lotto Jackpot for 01/07/2021 is estimated at R400 000!
The daily lotto jackpot is estimated at R400 000 dated 01/07/2021.
Daily Lotto Results for Today, Thursday, 1 July 2021
Daily Lotto winning numbers (daily lotto results twitter) for Thursday, 1 July 2021:
03, 05, 27, 30, 36
How to Play Daily Lotto in South Africa?
Daily Lotto draws take place at 21:00 every evening and you can buy tickets up to 20:30. You can play online or in-store and entries cost R3 each. Here’s how to play Daily Lotto South Africa.
- Pick up a betslip in any lottery store
- Choose five numbers between 1 and 36 or ask for a Quick Pick
- Decide how many boards to play
- Select how many consecutive draws you wish to enter, up to a maximum of 10. Leave blank for a single draw
- Take your betslip to the teller to pay for your ticket
Remember to write your details on the back of your ticket in case you need to claim a prize. If you do not sign your ticket and you lose it, anyone will be able to use it to claim the prize.
Alternatively, you can play lotto online by following the below easy steps:
- Set up a lottery account and make a deposit so you can pay for tickets
- Choose five numbers from 1 to 36 or select ‘Quick Pick’ to generate a random set. Repeat this on as many boards as you want to play
- Decide whether to enter a single draw or multiple draws
- Confirm and pay for your entry
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