Lottery Singapore is an island city-state where people gamble on lottery games and win big prizes. Unlike most countries, the government does not tax lottery winners. However, minors are not allowed to play.
The most popular types of lottery in Singapore include 4D, Toto, and Singapore Sweep. These are offered by state-owned company Singapore Pools, which is the only legal operator of lotteries in the country.
Four Digits, or 4D, is a fixed-odds game that is held by Singapore Pools and has 23 sets of winning numbers drawn on Wednesdays, Saturdays, and Sundays at 6.30 pm (SG time). The jackpot of this lottery is S$1 million and it rolls over for up to four times before someone wins it.
Toto is a popular lottery that is run by Singapore Pools and has a snowballing feature. This means that the prize amount increases each time it does not roll over.
In addition to the two aforementioned lotteries, Singapore also has 99JITU TOTO, which is also a legalized form of lottery sold in the country. This lottery is operated by Singapore Pools and was first released in 1968.
The top 10 lucky outlets in Singapore
Tampines Mall’s NTUC Fairprice is home to the luckiest outlet in Singapore, with 11 jackpot winners to date and long snaking queues wherever there’s a huge price pool on the horizon. The TOTO outlet at the same mall also has a high number of Group 1 & 2 winners, with 53 folks claiming their second-tier prizes.