Singapore Toto Winning Numbers

Singapore Toto is a 6 + 1 number lottery game. To win S$2 Million Singapore Toto jackpot, you have to match 6 main numbers.

Singapore Toto Past Results and Winning Numbers

The Singapore Toto result archive contains the results from 08-12-2014 6:30pm SST up to the last ones. You only need to select the right date from the list.

Monday 4th July 2022, 6:30pm 02 03 09 27 28 38 15
Thursday 30th June 2022, 6:30pm 02 15 17 27 41 48 38
Monday 27th June 2022, 6:30pm 21 24 27 32 34 38 41
Thursday 23rd June 2022, 6:30pm 24 27 32 38 46 49 11
Monday 20th June 2022, 6:30pm 20 25 28 33 40 49 01
Thursday 16th June 2022, 6:30pm 02 07 16 18 24 45 36
Monday 13th June 2022, 6:30pm 03 05 12 16 30 45 49
Thursday 9th June 2022, 6:30pm 07 14 15 16 17 38 44
Monday 6th June 2022, 6:30pm 12 28 29 34 41 47 16
Thursday 2nd June 2022, 6:30pm 12 19 26 28 46 49 41

Singapore Toto Prizes

The Singapore Toto features 7 prize divisions. To win any prize in Singapore Toto , you have to match 3 numbers. Chances to hit the Singapore Toto jackpot are 1: 13,983,816. To see all the Singapore Toto odds, go to the REVIEW tab.

Divisions Match Payout per Winner
1 Prize 6 S$0
2 Prize 5 + Additional S$81,647
3 Prize 5 S$1,116
4 Prize 4 + Additional S$201
5 Prize 4 S$50
6 Prize 3 + Additional S$25
7 Prize 3 S$10

Singapore Toto Number Generator

The Singapore Toto generator provides FREE lucky numbers for Singapore Toto draws. All you need to do is to enter your name, your birth date, and the day of the draw you plan to participate in.

Singapore Toto Review

Singapore Pools, the operator of 4D and Toto Lottery is the only legally approved lottery body in Singapore. It was set up on May 23, 1968 with the aim of controlling the widespread gambling that was largely unregulated in Singapore in the 1960s.

Toto is one of the popular lottery games in Singapore, according to a survey conducted in 2005 by the Ministry of Community Development, Youth and Sports. The survey also revealed that the average monthly median betting on Toto was at S$48. You can purchase Toto from Singapore Pools outlets across the country which are over 300 in number. Draws are done on Mondays and Thursdays at 6.30 p.m. local time. Profits from Toto go to the owner of Singapore Pools, Singapore Totaliser Board, which then allocates the money to charity among other uses.

How to Play Singapore Toto

Ever since its launch in 1968, Toto has evolved over the years. Its name is derived from a combination of “Lotto” and “Totalisator”. In 1981, Toto introduced the snowballing feature which allows prizes to grow if no winners are found for a particular draw. In the same year, the system entry option was introduced.

Initially, Toto started as a 5 out of 49 Game, and in June 1988, it was updated to a 6 put of 42 Format. The update followed a raise of the top prize to $300,000. Another tweak to the game happened in 1997 where it was updated to a 6 out of 45 format. Again, the jackpot prize was revised to $500,000.

The Toto Lottery as we see it today, went through a final revision in October 2014. Players draw 6 winning numbers and an additional number out of the array of 49 numbers. The jackpot starts at $1 million.

To play Singapore Toto, you need a minimum of $1 inclusive of Goods and Services Tax (GST). There are 3 ways you can place your bets in this game: outlets, phone, online. For the last two, you will need to open an account with Singapore Pools.

Total Bet Types

There are 4 main types of total bets:

  • Ordinary Bet – Here, you only select 6 numbers and you get one entry at a cost of S$1
  • System Entry – This consists of system 7 to 12. In system 7, you choose 7 numbers which give you 7 ordinary entries at a minimum amount of $7. System 8 gives you 28 entries at $28. System 9 gives you 84 entries at a cost of $84. System 10 gives you 210 entries at a cost of $210. System 11 allows you to choose 11 numbers and gives you 462 ordinary entries at $462. The last system entry is system 12 where you choose 12 numbers that give you 924 entries at $924.
  • System Roll – Here, you place a bet on 5 numbers and an extra rolling number. The rolling number represents 39 numbers and is designated by “R”. The cost is $44.
  • Quick Pick – This gives the clerk permission to generate numbers for you using the computer terminal.

Placing Bets at Outlets

You can visit the more than 300 outlets in Singapore and play Toto. You have an option to go for self-pick or Quick Pick. In the self-pick, you will be given a playslip where you mark your bet type. It is recommended that you use different bet slips for the different types of bets. If your bet is an ordinary entry, you don’t need to indicate it.

Thereafter, you mark the numbers you want to place your bets on. For the ordinary entry, you should mark 6 numbers. For the system roll, you are required to mark 5 numbers. For the last bet type, system entry, you can mark anything from 7 to 12 numbers depending on the bet type you choose. Each bet slip has 6 boards which means 6 entries.

After choosing your preferred numbers, go ahead and mark the number of draws against which you want to bet. There are two options: 2 draws and 4 draws. The 2 draws enables you to place bets for 2 consecutive draws while the 4 draws gives you space for 4 consecutive draws. If only play for the current draw, do not mark anything.

If you are taking part in group lotto, ensure you mark the box against the group lotto. State the number of tickets you are purchasing at the sales counter.

Where you choose the Quick Pick option, meaning the system will choose for you, just mark the QP checkbox on the respective play panels. If you make a mistake and you want to cancel the board, mark the void checkbox and skip the board to the next. Another way of placing Quick Pick bets is simply to let know the outlet staff that you want to bet for a particular amount and bet type.

Toto SGP Ticket

After you place your bet and make the payment, the staff at the outlet will generate a ticket for you. It is your responsibility to check if the ticket accurately reflects your bet. Ensure you safeguard it so that it doesn’t deface or get lost. Remember the ticket is the only proof of your participation in Singapore Toto.

The following are the features your ticket should have:

  • Bet type
  • The bet selection method, whether Quick Pick or self-pick as well as the bet amount
  • The total bet amounts
  • The ticket number and the draw date

If you decide to buy iToto, you will just state the number of units you want to purchase right from the sales counter. You are not required to fill in a bet slip. The ticket you receive for iToto will have the number of units you are buying. Each ticket can accommodate a maximum of 4 units.

Betting via Phone

If you want to participate in Toto, but you are far away from an outlet, you can easily do so via phone. Simply call the lottery betting line which is 6212 0039 and place your bets for system entry, ordinary entry, or system roll. You can either do self-pick or Quick Pick. The betting line operates from 6.30 a.m. to 6 p.m. everyday. However, using phone betting locks you out of advance draws. You can only participate in current draws.

Betting Online

You can place self-pick or Quick Pick bets online. This is much easier especially for players who for one reason or another cannot get to an outlet in time or simply wants the convenience of betting from the comfort of their homes. Every online bet happens on the official Singapore Lottery page. In case you want to review your bets, just select decline or else accept and confirm the bet.

Singapore Toto Prize Breakdown

To win the jackpot, you have to match all the 6 drawn numbers and the odds for this are 1: 13,983, 816. This prize group shares 38% of the prize pool.

  • The second prize group shares in 8% of the prize pool. To win, you should match 5 numbers and an additional number at odds of 1: 2,330,636.
  • The third prize group shares in 5.5% of the prize pool. To win, you have to match 5 numbers and the odds are 1: 55,491.
  • If you match 4 numbers and the extra number, you win in prize group 4 and share in the 3% of the prize pool allocated. The odds are 1:22,197.
  • In prize group 5, players are required to match 4 numbers and the prize is $50 per winning combination. The odds are 1:1,083.
  • The sixth prize group is for the players who match 3 numbers, plus the additional number. The prize is $25 per winning combination and the odds are 1:812.
  • The last prize group (7) only requires you to match 3 numbers with odds of 1:61. The prize is $10 per winning combination.

Where there are no winners, Group 1 prizes can be snowballed up to 4 draws. If no winner is still found, the prize is cascaded to Group 2.

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