Systems & Syndicates

  WHAT ARE SYSTEMS?
  HOW DO SYSTEMS WORK?
  HOW DO I FILL IN A COUPON?
  ABOUT SYNDICATES
  HOW DO RETAILER SYNDICATES WORK?
  CONDITIONS OF ENTRY - RETAILER SYNDICATES
  RETAILER SYNDICATES - PRIZE PAYMENT

WHAT ARE SYSTEMS?


As long as you've got a Lotto ticket, you've got a chance to make all your dreams come true. But - wouldn't you like to increase your chances even more?


With Lotto Systems and Syndicates you can. And, it's really very easy!

Lets Start with Systems. It's simply another way to play Saturday, Powerball and Oz Lotto - but gives you lots more chances of winning every time you play. Lots and lots more. Because, Systems allows you to play your lucky numbers in dozens, hundreds or even thousands of games. In the one draw.

Two ways to play. Both easy!

• Fill in a coupon selecting the numbers yourself.
• Alternatively, you can have the Lotto computer pick your numbers for you with a System Slikpik. Just ask your Retailer.


OTHER WAYS TO PLAY SYSTEMS THAT SAVE YOU TIME, AS WELL AS BOOSTING YOUR CHANCES TO WIN


Multiweek: You can play the same numbers for either two, five, or ten weeks by selecting your numbers as normal and then marking the Multiweek box on the coupon. Saves time when you're busy.


Advance Wagering: If you want to buy a Systems ticket - perhaps as a gift or to mark a special occasion that's coming up in the future - it's easy. Just nominate the date of the draw - up to nine weeks in advance - and tell your Lotto Retailer. They'll do the rest. No, you don't have to buy all the intervening games like you do with Multiweek.

HOW DO SYSTEMS WORK?


Whichever of the three Lotto games you play, Systems lets you play lots and lots of games - without filling out lots and lots and lots of coupons. However, there are some differences between Saturday and Oz Lotto Systems and Powerball Lotto Systems.


Saturday and Oz Lotto: You can choose between four and 20 numbers ( but not six) in any one game. With System 4, you need only select four numbers to win the Division One prize; with System 5, five winning numbers are enough. With Systems 7 to 20, you simply have more numbers in each draw, and more chances to win.

Powerball Lotto: You can choose between three and four numbers (but not five), and six through to 20 with Powerball Lotto. With System 3, you need only select three winning numbers in the upper section of the game board, plus the Powerball, to win Division One. Similarly with System 4. With Systems 6-20 you simply have more numbers, with more chances in the upper board. You can only select one Powerball number with each Systems entry.

HOW DO I FILL IN A COUPON?


1. Just select the coupon for the game you wish to play - either Saturday, Oz or Powerball Lotto.

2. Then, on the coupon you have selected, just mark a vertical line - with a BLUE PEN OR PENCIL - in the box showing the System you wish to play.
If you're playing Saturday Lotto or Oz Lotto...

3. For Systems 4 or 5, mark the System 4/5 box on the coupon. Then indicate your numbers in game on the coupon. You can play as many games as you like on the one coupon.

4. For Systems 7-20, follow exactly the same routine. You can play as many games as you like on the one coupon, up to System 9. (For Systems 9-20 the computer can only accept up to five games per coupon).

If you're playing Powerball Lotto...


3. For Systems 3 or 4, mark the System 3/4 box on the coupon. Then indicate your three or four numbers in the upper section of the game board. Finally, select your Powerball number in the lower section of the game board. You can play as many games as you wish - up to six - on the one coupon.


4. For Systems 6-20, follow exactly the same routine - then select your one Powerball number in the lower section of the game board. (For Systems 9-20 the computer can only accept up to five games per coupon.)

ABOUT SYNDICATES

A single ticket in Saturday Lotto equals four games, giving you four chances to win. (And, it costs very little.)

A System 10 ticket in Saturday Lotto gives you 210 chances to win ... 210 chances of knocking off the big one! But ... it costs $103.00.

How can you give yourself lots of chances to win - yet still be able to afford it?

The answer is a Syndicate: getting a number of people - friends, family, workmates, clubmates, social club - together to play, and sharing the cost equally. (Share a system 10 ticket with nine others, and it would cost you only $10.30)


And besides, it's lots more fun playing Lotto with a group.

HOW DO RETAILER SYNDICATES WORK?


Firstly, Retailer Syndicates must comply to a very strict set of standards. These standards are designed to make it easy for you, the player.

When you join one, you'll be given a syndicate ticket. This ticket lists the numbers that have been selected for the syndicate entry in which you have purchased a share.


So that you can be quickly contacted if the syndicate has a win, you or your Lotto Retailer will record your name and contact details.

The conditions of entry covering all Retailer Syndicates throughout Western Australia follow - and you should read them very carefully. If you have any questions, talk to your Lotto Retailer.


CONDITIONS OF ENTRY - RETAILER SYNDICATES
(These conditions apply to the Syndicate Organiser, Lotto Retailer and the Syndicate member)


1. The syndicate member acknowledges that the syndicate organiser is obliged to comply with the rules of Lotto.

2. The syndicate organiser may refuse to pay any share of a prize won by the syndicate to a person unless that person first supplies sufficient proof of identity of being the syndicate member entitled to the syndicate prize share claimed. Payment by the syndicate organiser to a person who provides such proof of identity shall operate as a complete discharge of the syndicate organiser's liability in respect of the relevant prize share.

3. The syndicate organiser shall be entitled to deduct from any prize money received by them on behalf of the syndicate any bank or statutory charges levied in respect of the prize money and to proportionately reduce each of the syndicate prize shares accordingly.

4. By paying for a share in a syndicate and receiving a syndicate ticket, the syndicate member acknowledges that he or she has entered into an agreement with the syndicate organiser on the terms and conditions available at the point of purchase.

5. A syndicate member acknowledges that the Lotteries Commission has no involvement in the organisation of a syndicate and shall not be liable in any dispute which may arise in relation to the conduct of the syndicate including, but not limited to, the payment of prizes to syndicate members.


RETAILER SYNDICATES - PRIZE PAYMENT


All winning shares in Retail Syndicates are only claimable from the Retailer that organised and sold the shares in the Retailer Syndicate.
The retailer will present the winning ticket and claim the prize(s) from the Lotteries Commision on behalf of syndicate members.

The Retailer will calculate the amount to be paid to each syndicate member.

Prior to prize payment, the Retailer will require Syndicate members to provide proof of identity to claim syndicate prize shares.

RULES ARE RULES


When you play Lotto, you agree to be bound by the rules governing the game. They're available from your Lotto Retailer, and if any conflict should occur between the Rules and information contained in this brochure ... the Rules must take precedence. And, you must be 16 and over to buy Lotteries commision products.

Systems or Syndicates - the way to give yourself lots and lots and lots more chances to win when you play Saturday, Oz or Powerball Lotto. And, now you know how to play all three, what's your Lotto dream?

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