The Free Lottery is a free-to-play lottery with both Daily and Weekly Draws that offer jackpots of £500 (R8,500) and £10,000 (R170,000) respectively. Read on to see the latest Free Lottery results and to learn how you can take part in each draw.
Free Lottery Daily Results
Free Lottery Weekly Results
How to Play
There are two kinds of Free Lottery draw: the Daily Draw and the Weekly Draw. The sections below describe their differences, but the rules for playing each one are the same. Your aim is to match six numbers between 1 and 75 with the set of winning numbers randomly picked on a given draw day. If you match all six numbers, you could win up to £10,000 (approx. R170,000).
Winning a Free Lottery prize is simple: match all six numbers to win the jackpot. There are no prizes for matching any less than all six numbers. The odds of winning a jackpot prize in either the Daily Draw or the Weekly Draw are 1 in 201,359,550 – up to three times likelier than winning a jackpot in some paid lottery draws.
|Prize Division||Numbers Matched||Odds||Prize|
|1||6||1 in 201,359,550||Daily Draw: £500
Weekly Draw: £10,000
By keeping the prize structure simple, the Free Lottery can continue to offer large jackpots every day while keeping the draws free to enter for all.
UK Free Lottery Daily Draw
The Free Lottery Daily Draw takes place every day at approximately 21:30, offering a fixed jackpot prize of £500 (approx. R8,500).
The Daily Draw is free to enter every day, and does not require anything more than registration to the Free Lottery website to enter. The entry deadline for each draw is set for two hours before it takes place, at 19:30 (17:30 UTC).
UK Free Lottery Weekly Draw
The Free Lottery Weekly Draw takes place on Monday afternoons at around 16:00, with a jackpot prize of £10,000 (approx. R170,000) available to win. The deadline for entering the draw is 14:00, two hours before it takes place.
The only condition for entry into the Weekly Draw is that you enter at least three Daily Draws in the week leading up to it. The qualifying week runs from 17:00 SAST on Monday to 14:00 the following Monday; enter any three Daily Draws during this period and you will unlock entry to the Weekly Draw.
As a bonus, if you're a new player you get instant access to the first Weekly Draw after you register; the qualifying rules above apply for any subsequent Weekly Draws.
Playing from South Africa
The Free Lottery is an international lottery, meaning players from around the world can participate with ease. Use the following instructions to enter a Free Lottery draw:
- Go to the Buy Tickets page and select the Free Lottery
- Follow the instructions to register an account
- Select Play Now on either the Daily Draw or the Weekly Draw
- Choose six numbers from between 1 and 75 or select ‘Quick Pick’ for a random selection
- Select Play Now to confirm your ticket entry
The lottery is funded by advertising revenue, making it completely free for people from around the world to enter.
Find the answers to the most frequently asked questions about the Free Lottery below.
To see when Free Lottery Daily and Weekly Draws are set to take place, take a look at the timetable below.
|Draw||Draw Days||Draw Time In South Africa|
|Daily Draw||Every Day||21:30|
Anyone aged 18 or over is eligible to play the Free Lottery.
Prizes available in Free Lottery draws, as well as the administrative costs of running the lottery, are covered by revenue generated from advertising and other features on the Free Lottery’s official site. This means the lottery can remain free to play for all.
If you have matched all six numbers to win a jackpot prize, your first step should be to contact the Free Lottery within two days of the draw in question. The Free Lottery team will then verify your claim.
If you have won a Daily or Weekly Draw jackpot and your claim has been verified by the Free Lottery, your prize will be sent to your postal address in the form of a cheque.
If multiple people match all six numbers in the same Free Lottery draw, the jackpot will be divided equally between them.
Daily and Weekly Draw jackpots are fixed amounts and do not roll over. If no one matches all six numbers in a given Free Lottery draw, the prize for that draw is not awarded.