Don't miss a chance to win a share in $22million.
Don't miss a chance to win a share in $22million.

5 tips to boost your chances of winning the lotto in Warwick

IT SEEMS it is not all about luck when it comes to winning the lottery, but a little strategy and research could push you closer to the winner's circle. 

While the winning formula is impossible to predict, experts believe there are some things you can do to boost your chances of taking home a cheque. 

So here are our five top tips to increase your chances of winning the lotto. 

Let the computer pick it: Tatts Lotto data shows previous winners have used the QuickPick option at least 50% of the time in each state. 

Pool your money: Get a group together and create a lottery syndicate. With more money you can have more numbers and tickets and that means a better chance of winning.

Pick numbers higher than 31: Most people pick their numbers based on family or pet birthdays, meaning there are more people with numbers below 32. If you want to have fewer people to share your potential winnings with, aim higher. 

Be in it: Yes, it's true. You've got to be in it to win it. The more often you're in the pool, the higher your chance of taking home a nice little cheque - or a big one. 

Get your name into our Gold Lotto competition! Head here to be in the running to win a chance at $22 million. 

So there you have it, it's as simple as that. See you in the circle.     

 

HERE'S HOW YOU CAN WIN:  WANT 27,000 chances to win a share in $22 million?  The Warwick Daily News has teamed up with Gold Lotto to offer one lucky person in the Australian Regional Media footprint a System 19 entry in the June 18 Superdraw. That's a ticket worth more than $19,000 with more than 27,000 chances to win. A minor prize will be won in every patch, including Warwick, for a System 12 entry - that's almost 1000 chances to win, worth more than $650. Head here to enter!   



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