If you’re a Singaporean who likes to gamble, you may want to check out the Lottery Singapore. This lottery is a state monopoly and is the only legal way to bet on lottery games in the country.
You can play 4D, Toto and Singapore Sweep at any of the Singapore Pools outlets or online. All of them are simple to play and have straightforward rules. You can also set up email alerts to get notified about each draw and watch the draws live at selected outlets.
One of the most popular Singapore lottery games, TOTO involves choosing 6 numbers and one supplementary number. This increases your prize options and boosts your odds of winning. The game costs $1 and the prizes range from $10 to $2 million.
Winnings of lottery games such as TOTO, football, Singapore Sweep, horse racing and fruit machine (jackpot) are not taxable in Singapore. The country does not tax lottery prizes because they are considered windfalls. In addition, you can claim your prize within 180 days of the draw date.
The latest Singapore lottery results, winning numbers and rules are available on this website. You can also set up email alerts and download the mobile app to check your results.
You should also be aware that you may fall into a gambling habit if you regularly place bets. If you do, you should seek help to prevent further financial problems. The National Council on Problem Gambling has a helpline and webchat that can provide you with information and resources to manage your gambling. You can also consult your family members and friends to ensure you stay responsible.