How do I check my ticket using the Lott Website?
If you purchased your entry in-store, follow our steps below to check your ticket using the Lott website. If you purchased your entry online, log into your account to check if you have won a prize.
For players in South Australia please note that Keno tickets are currently unable to be checked via the Lott Website or App.
Step 1: Navigate to the Check My Ticket page of the Lott Website
Once you have arrived at thelott.com, click the ‘Results’ option in the primary navigation at the top of the page. From the drop-down menu select the ‘Check My Ticket’ option:
Note: The example used above is for customers playing in Queensland, however the Check My Ticket icon and option is consistent across all of our jurisdictions.
Step 2: Enter your Ticket Number
Your Ticket Number is the 24-digit number that appears at the very top of your physical ticket.
Enter all 24 numbers shown at the top of your ticket into the input box – we’ll add the spaces in for you as you type so just keep entering the number on the ticket without any spaces.
It’s important to remember that Ticket Numbers entered incorrectly may display an inaccurate result.
NEW FEATURE! Notice a Camera button on your screen next to the Check My Ticket button? If you are visiting the website using a mobile or tablet device, or are using a desktop or laptop computer with a web camera enabled, you can scan the barcode at the bottom of your ticket to check the results of your ticket. Simply tap the camera button and follow the prompts on screen.
Step 3: Tap the Check My Ticket button to check the results of your ticket
Once you tap the Check My Ticket button, the results of your ticket will appear on screen:
Note: image above is for example purposes only.
If your ticket is a winner
Congratulations! We’ve included specific tips on what to do next on screen, based on the prize money you have won. For more detailed help with claiming prizes visit our article ‘ How do I claim a prize? ‘
If your ticket still has draws remaining
Don’t forget if you have a Set for Life or multi-week ticket, you may still have draws which have not been resulted remaining on your ticket, so keep it handy!
If your ticket is still open
It can be common during some of our larger lottery events that players check tickets immediately at draw close before the draw has happened! To find out more about the behind the scenes of our draw process visit our On The Ball blog series.
Play It Again Sam!
Happy with the ticket you just checked? If you wish to play this entry again, tap the ‘Play it Again’ button showing at the bottom of your ticket to have an entry into the current draw added to the Cart ready for purchase.
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