La Poule aux œufs d’or
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Prize structures of decomposable numbers in order
|$2 La Poule aux oeufs d’or||$5 La Poule aux oeufs d’or plus||$3 La Poule aux oeufs d’or express|
|Last 5 digits||$500||$1,000||$500|
|Last 4 digits||$25||$50||$25|
|Last 3 digits||$10||$20||$10|
|Last 2 digits||$5||$10||$5|
|First 5 digits||$100||$200||$100|
|First 4 digits||$10||$20||$10|
|First 3 digits||$5||$10||$5|
|First 2 digits||$2||$5||$3|
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La Poule aux œufs d’or – Summary
- COST: $2, $3 or $5
- GRAND PRIZE: at least $150,000
- TELEVISED DRAW: Sundays at 5:30 p.m. on the TVA network, from February 7, 2021
- DEADLINE FOR WAGERS: 5:30 p.m. on Sundays, from February 7, 2021
- SALES PERIOD: September 7, 2020, to July 4, 2021
- ODDS OF WINNING A PRIZE: 1 in 4.8 ($2), 1 in 8.8 ($3) and 1 in 3.6 ($5)
- ODDS OF WINNING A “PARTICIPATION TÉLÉ”: 1 in 65,442 ($2), 1 in 166,667 ($3) and 1 in 47,203 ($5)
- ODDS OF WINNING THE $100,000 AT-HOME GRAND PRIZE: 1 in 1,000,000
- THEORICAL PAYOFF RATE: 64.51%
Watch for the launch of our La Poule aux œufs d’or Lots bonis $2 or $5 ticket or the $3 La Poule express via the terminal, for the chance to win one of 47 bonus prizes during the 2020–2021 season!
Bonus prize draws:
- October 15, 2020: 15 prizes of $10,000
- October 29, 2020: 10 prizes of $10,000
- December 24, 2020: 5 prizes of $25,000
- February 14, 2021: 2 prizes of $50,000
- April 4, 2021: 10 prizes of $10,000
- May 23, 2021: 5 prizes of $25,000
Œuf boni ($5 La Poule aux œufs d’or Lots bonis tickets only): If the Œuf boni number matches the numbered egg concealing the grand prize, you win $10.
In an effort to protect the health and safety of our customers, and abide by the Direction de la santé publique du Québec’s COVID-19 restrictions, we will be allowing contestants on La Poule aux œufs d’or to play the game show remotely if they choose to, via electronic tablets, rather than in the studio. To facilitate their remote participation, amendments have been made to the way the game show is played. Instead of contestants spinning a wheel to obtain winning combinations, the latter will be determined using a draw machine.
Please note that any dates related to these draws or the taping of the show are subject to change due to the current circumstances surrounding the pandemic.
Last year’s dynamic duo Julie Houle and Sébastien Benoît will be back to host the 2020-2021 season. Each episode features three games (Jeu des roulettes, Jeu des portes and Jeu de l’œuf ou l’enveloppe) and each game is played by two contestants.
Jeu des roulettes
In Jeu des roulettes, each contestant spins three wheels that are divided into segments numbered 0 to 9. The six numbers they land on make up the winning decomposable number for those playing at home.
If a contestant obtains two identical numbers (double) or three identical numbers (triple), he or she earn a chance to play one of three bonus. To determine which bonus game they’ll play, contestants must tap their touchscreen to see the result of the computer draw that will be displayed.
The bonus games are as follows:
- Chance-oeufs, played with a touch screen displaying comprising 14 boxes. If contestants uncover two identical symbols, they win the corresponding prize.
- Machine à Poule is played using a touch screen that displays a ball machine type game. The object of the game is to get an egg to fall from one of four start positions and win the prize corresponding the slot in which the egg lands.
- Luxu-œufs is played using a touch screen that displays four keys numbered from 1 to 4 and four eggs. Each egg is associated with an amount and the key selected by the player can unlock only one egg in order to reveal the prize won. The object of the game is to select the key that will unlock the egg associated with the highest prize.
Jeu des portes
In Jeu des portes, two contestants use a touchscreen displaying 10 doors numbered from 0 to 9. Each door conceals either a cash prize or an egg. The object of the game is to be the first person to uncover three eggs. First, each contestant takes turn to opens the doors matching the numbers obtained in the Jeu des roulettes. The contestants then take turns opening a door of their choice to complete a round. The amount of cash accumulated constitutes each contestant’s pot. The first contestant to uncover three eggs by the end of a complete round plays the Jeu de l’œuf ou l’enveloppe. The other contestant leaves the game with the pot that he has accumulated during the Jeu des portes, plus a $1,000 for each egg that he has found.
In the event of a tie, both boards are reset. Six eggs are displayed on each screen. The numbers 1 to 6 are randomly distributed behind the eggs. In turn, each contestant touches the screen to uncover one of the eggs and reveal a number. The contestant who uncovers the highest number is the winner, and the other contestant is the finalist. If both contestants score the same, they take turns uncovering new numbers until the tie is broken.
The contestant who uncovers the highest number is the Jeu des portes winner, and the contestant with the lowest number is the finalist. The winner and finalist get to keep the prizes they’ve earned and immediately move on to Jeu de l’œuf ou l’enveloppe.
Jeu de l’œuf ou l’enveloppe
Contestants start by selecting one of the numbered eggs (1 to 24) and an envelope from the eggcup. The egg contains a cash prize or the jackpot. Contestants must choose between the prize in the envelope and the prize in the egg (of unknown value). Contestants leave the show with the amount obtained in this game, plus the amount won in Jeu des portes.
Crowing of the rooster
The rooster crows one out of five times. If the rooster crows, contestants must select a second egg. They must then choose between the prize in the envelope and the prize in the first egg (of unknown value). If contestants opt for the first egg, they must then choose between the prize revealed in the first egg and the prize in the second egg (of unknown value). At the end of each round, regardless of the contestant’s choice, both eggs are opened, and their contents are revealed.La Poule aux œufs d’or – Every Thursday at 7:00 p.m. A Loto-Québec televised game. ]]>