The Singapore Lottery is a game of chance. In order to win, players must pick six numbers between 1 and 49. If they match all six numbers drawn, they will win the jackpot prize.
Tickets for the lottery can be purchased online and at retail outlets. They can be paid with credit card or PayPal. Players can also buy sets of tickets, including additional lots, to increase their chances of winning.
The official Singapore Lottery website offers a wide variety of games. It also offers information on how to play, the odds, and prize payouts.
The site has a user-friendly design and can be accessed from any computer or mobile device. Players can register for e-mail alerts and check results in real time. Users can also purchase tickets, set up alerts, and track their lottery prizes.
The Singapore Lottery has two draws every week: on Wednesday and Saturday evenings. These draws are made by the state-run lottery company Singapore Pools. Those who do not win on the first draw must claim their prize within 90 days. Failure to do so can result in a fine.
There are three different types of Singapore lottery games. The four-digit game is the most popular. Players choose six numbers from a list of digits from 0000 to 9999. Alternatively, players can opt to have the numbers generated by the system.
There are also Toto and Sweep games. The latter is a fixed-odds game, where the player has to choose a number combination from a pool of numbers.