Thursday Super Lotto
Thursday Super Lotto was a popular Indian Lottery game that was run by the Pan India Network Ltd until draws stopped on Thursday 14th March 2019. Saturday Super Lotto, which shared a very similar name and prize structure to Thursday Super Lotto, will still continue to run after this date. For more information on the closure of this lottery, click here.
When Thursday lottery draws were taking place they would offer a jackpot of Rs. 2 crores. It still holds the record for the largest Playwin jackpot ever won when a resident of Kolkata won 172.9 million rupees on May 25th 2006.
Thursday Super Lotto prizes are valid for a period of 90 days after the draw takes place. That means if you bought your tickets for the final draw on Thursday 14th March, you have until Wednesday 12th June to claim your prize before it expires.
Thursday Super Lotto was one of the most popular lottery games in India whilst it was running. Players only needed to select six numbers from a range of 1 to 49. To win the jackpot you needed to match all six numbers drawn but you could also win prizes for matching as few as three numbers. In the event that more than one player won the jackpot, the top prize would be shared equally between the top prize winners. In draws that there was no jackpot winner, the amount would rollover to the next draw.
The prize tiers, winning combinations and odds of winning a prize were as follows:
|6||1 in 13,983,816||2 Crores|
|5||1 in 54,201||50,000|
|4||1 in 1,032||500|
|3||1 in 57||50|
|Overall odds of winning any prize: 1 in 54|
Draws were held every Thursday night between 22.00 and 22.30 IST and were shown on television channel Zee Zing.
Information on the Indian Thursday Super Lotto from Playwin. Thursday Super Lotto was stopped in 2019, with the final draw taking place on 14th March.