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'Lotto' is the main game of the National Lotteries Authority. Lotto is played with five (5) numbers between one (1) and thirty four (34) and a free ticket letter. The game draws are carried out once per week on Fridays and is aired on the Grenada Broadcasting Channel (11). For only EC$2 players can win thousands of dollars in hard cash. The game carries a starting jackpot of EC$40,000. Persons must be 18 or older to participate.
Latest Draw resultsDraw # 2065 on 17-05-2013
These numbers are updated the morning after the draw. For the most recent numbers drawn, visit the Winning Numbers page.
Players must purchase a ticket from an authorized lotto dealer. These can be identified by the National Lotteries Authority logo on the building. Players must then select five (5) numbers between one (1) and thirty four (34). Numbers can also be chosen with the use of the 'quick pick' method where the machine can also randomly select the numbers for you. The machine will also give you a letter called a 'free ticket letter.' The Lotto Winners criterion is outline below. Player who matches the free ticket letter wins a free ticket. Players who match three (3) out of five (5) winning numbers win a cash prize. Players who match four (4) out of five (5) winning numbers win a cash prize. Players who match all five (5) winning numbers win the jackpot.
The National Lotteries Authority has made claiming game prizes simple and easy. Winners must simply observe the conditions below to claim their prizes. The winning ticket accompanied by a valid signature and proper identification must be presented in order to claim prizes. All prizes must be claimed within ninety (90) days after the draw unless otherwise decided by the manager. For prizes EC$250 and below, claims can be made at any authorized NLA agent.For larger prizes, claims must be made at the National Lotteries Authority's head office in St. George's or the sub office in St. Andrew's. These claims must be made in person with photo identification. Jackpot prizes will be made in installments at the discretion of the National Lotteries Authority. It is important to note that the National Lotteries Authority reserves the right to publish the name, address and photograph of any prize winner and use the information in lottery promotional activities. For further information, winners can contact the National Lotteries Authority office in St. George's or the sub office in St. Andrew's.