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Get Organised for 2022 by Scheduling Your Lottery Tickets. Here’s How.

With another new year kicking off, there’s probably a long list of New Year’s resolutions and plans to get your life together in 2022 running through your mind. It may be sticking to a healthy diet or working out three times a week. Perhaps it’s time to get your butt into gear and go after your dream job. Then, of course, saving up for a holiday in the New Year after the global pandemic is at the top of many people’s lists.

Whatever it may be, getting organised is paramount to all of these things. With this in mind, there’s no better time to get proactive and start scheduling your lottery tickets for up to 20 consecutive draws in advance.

There are multiple ways to go about this. So keep reading on how to get organised for 2022 by scheduling your lottery tickets. Here’s how:

MULTI DRAW

A Multi-Draw is a great way to manage your lottery purchases. Simply ‘set and forget’.

Multi-Draw allows you to purchase 2, 3, 5, 10, or 20 consecutive draws in one transaction.

Note: The Multi-Draw feature is only available when you select your own numbers.

HOW DO I RENEW MY MULTI DRAW?

A few days before your Multi-Draw expires, we’ll send you an email to remind you to renew it. Simply follow the link in the email.

We’ll also remind you when you next log into your account.

CAN I CHANGE THE NUMBERS IN MY MULTI-DRAW?

Once your shopping cart is submitted and payment successfully processed, you will not be able to change the numbers you have selected for a Multi-Draw order.

WHAT IS THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN MULTI-DRAW AND MULTIPLIER?

The multiplier is an additional feature that can be selected when playing both USA Power Lotto and USA Mega Lotto. Selecting the multiplier can multiply non-jackpot prizes by up to 10 times!

The feature works slightly differently for each lottery as outlined below:

USA Power Lotto:

  • From a pool of 43 balls, one is marked with 10x, two with 5x, three with 4x, 13 with 3x and 24 with 2x
  • The ball marked with 10x multiplier is only available when the jackpot is the equivalent of USD$150 million or less
  • The second division prize with multiplier is always the equivalent of USD$2 million

USA Mega Lotto:

  • From a pool of 15 balls, one is marked with 5x, three with 4x, six with 3x, and five with 2x
  • All multiplier balls are available no matter what the jackpot for USA Mega Lotto

Read about how an Australian winner could have doubled her prize money by playing multiplier.

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COMBOS

Here at The Lottery Office, we know that sometimes our customers want to play to win from the draws of more than one international lottery at a time. So, to make it easy, we’ve bundled our lotteries into Combos.

Play the USA Combo, USA/Euro Combo, or All Lotteries Combo to play across our whole range of online lotteries.

We have four different types of combos:

USA Combo

  • 1 ticket in USA Mega Lotto
  • 1 ticket in USA Power Lotto

Euro Combo

  • 1 ticket in European Millions
  • 1 ticket in European Jackpot

USA/Euro Combo

  • 1 ticket in European Millions
  • 1 ticket in USA Mega Lotto
  • 1 ticket in USA Power Lotto

All Lotteries Combo

  • 1 ticket in European Jackpot
  • 1 ticket in European Millions
  • 1 ticket in Irish Lotto
  • 1 ticket in Italian Super Jackpot
  • 1 ticket in La Primitiva
  • 1 ticket in UK Lotto
  • 1 ticket in USA Mega Lotto
  • 1 ticket in USA Power Lotto

BE CONSISTENT

When playing to win from the draw of an overseas lottery, being consistent is key. According to the laws of probability, all the numbers have the same chance of being drawn. Probability also dictates that the more you play, the more opportunities you have to win. If you play for one week, you have just the chances you bought in that draw to win. If you play consistently, the overall lottery odds don’t change, but you’ll have more chances of winning overall.

So don’t wait. Sign up to The Lottery Office for your chance to win today!

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