The Singapore Lottery is a government-run draw that offers millions of dollars in prize money. It is one of the oldest lottery games in the world.
Players can play for free. However, to claim a prize, you must visit one of the certified payout locations. Failure to do so could result in fines. If you have not claimed your prize within 90 days of the draw, you risk losing your ticket and your winnings.
You can also purchase tickets online. The Singapore Lottery website is user-friendly and provides lots of information. Users can get access to past draws, register for e-mail alerts, and buy tickets.
The official mobile app for the lottery is available for both Android and iOS devices. This allows users to view results in real time. They can also get e-mail alerts when they win.
To play the lottery, you must select six numbers from a pool of 49. You can also choose to buy tickets from retail outlets. Purchasing more than one ticket increases your odds of winning.
The lottery’s jackpot can be won by matching all the numbers drawn. However, the jackpot rolls down if no winner is picked for four consecutive draws.
The prize money ranges from $1 to $2 million. In addition, players have the chance to win other prizes. The odds of winning a jackpot are 1 in 13,987,816.
The Singapore Lottery is the only legal lottery in the country. The state-owned gambling company Singapore Pools is responsible for the management of the lottery.