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Before buying lottery tickets online one must always ensure that they buy them from an accredited online lottery agent. I’ve been a member of Oz Lotteries for several years now and I can vouch for them, no problems at all. Even so, if you don’t know me why would you want to take my word for it. So, if you’re still not sure about the security of buying your Australian Lottery tickets online, maybe this will put you at ease.

Oz Lotteries is the exclusive distributor of lottery products via the Internet on behalf of leading Australian lottery exporters, TMS Global Services Pty Ltd and TMS New South Wales.

Operating in excess of 20 years, TMS has serviced more than 500,000 customers in over 40 countries to date. TMS distributes lottery products worldwide via mail-order, as a direct lottery service partner for a number of Asian and South Pacific nations and its industry leading website www.OzLotteries.com

Oz Lotteries operates under strict government supervision and is an accredited sales agent of the following Australia lottery operators:

NSW Lotteries
NSW Lotteries
Tattersalls
Tattersalls

You see, they’ve been doing it for over 20 years and under strict government supervision, so you know that these guys have to be 100% legit.

Apart from the security and ease of buying your lottery tickets online, with OZLotteries you will automatically earn Lotto Points every time you play and these points can be redeemed automatically or manually with your next purchase. All you need do to qualify for these points is to “to be subscribed to receive either promotional or results emails at the time your ticket is processed in our system.”

They offer several games throughout the week including a Monday Lotto, Oz Lotto on Tuesday, A Wednesday Lotto, Powerball on Thursday and a Saturday Lotto. For those of you not familiar with Powerball I’ve included and explanation of how the game is played.

Powerball

The rules to the game is really quite simple. There are forty-five balls numbered 1 to 45 from which five winning numbers are randomly selected. A sixth ball, the “Powerball”, is then drawn from a separate machine containing another forty-five balls numbered 1 to 45.



The minimum number of games you must play in your Powerball entry is 2. You can play any number of standard game panels up to 12 plus up to 36 games if you choose a quickpick entry.

Powerball game prizes are split into divisional prize pools just as with the other lotto games. These run from Division 1 which is the top prize through to Division 5 which is the bottom prize. The divisions work as below:

  • Division 1: Get all 5 winning numbers from the first machine draw plus the 1 Powerball number from the second machine draw.
  • Division 2: Get all 5 winning numbers from the first machine draw.
  • Division 3: Get any 4 winning numbers from the first machine draw plus the 1 Powerball number from the second machine draw.
  • Division 4: Get any 3 winning numbers from the first machine draw plus the 1 Powerball number from the second machine draw.
  • Division 5: Get any 3 winning numbers from the first machine draw.

That’s pretty well all there is to it, so you see it is really pretty simple.

If you’re not a member of OZLOtteries I strongly urge you to join. By clicking on the following link you will get Two Free Games! Who knows, these could actually be the winning games. If you’re more into Poweball then this link will give you Two Free Poweball Games!