Lottery Singapore is a company that runs three different lotteries in the country. Its flagship game is Toto (two-digit game), but it also runs 4D and Singapore Sweep.
Toto draws a jackpot every Monday and Thursday at 6.30 pm (SG time). You can purchase tickets for this game from any of the 300 outlets in Singapore.
You can also play Toto online. This is an exciting way to win big cash prizes, but beware: you can lose a lot of money if you don’t play responsibly.
4D and Singapore Sweep draw jackpots each Wednesday and Saturday at 6.30 pm (SG time). You’ll need to buy a ticket from one of the more than 300 outlets in Singapore, but you can also check out the lottery online for free.
Long lines of Singapore Pools customers were seen outside its outlets islandwide in the past week. Some opted to try their luck on the Hong Bao Draw, which has a prize of up to $19.4 million, while others bought Toto tickets to increase their chances of winning.
A Singapore nurse, Ms Zita Ng, 34, spent about $15 on Hong Bao Draw and Singapore Sweep bets at an outlet near her home, but she added that she is not a regular customer. She said she decided to place the bets because of the Chinese New Year festivities.
Singapore Pools’ gambling revenues increased by 40% in its last financial year, which ended in March 2022. Its total revenue from lotteries and sports bets was SGD9.2 billion, a record high for the Tote Board. The increase was driven by relaxed COVID-19 restrictions and the resumption of sports tournaments around the world, The Straits Times reported in December 2022.