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How to Play New Zealand Powerball Lottery Online

How Do You Play New Zealand Powerball Lottery Online?

To play NZ Powerball, select six numbers from a guess range of 1-40 and an additional number, the Powerball, from a guess range of 1-10. You can do this online in the exact same manner as if you were purchasing your tickets in person! Play New Zealand’s top lotto with official tickets by using your saved Lucky Numbers, random selection (quick pick), or manual selection. Then see a scan of your NZ Powerball ticket in your account before the Wednesday draws at 08:20 GMT and the Saturday draws at 08:00 GMT.

New Zealand Powerball can be played on theLotter with regular one-time entries or increased chances of winning with systematic forms. Good luck playing New Zealand Powerball!

12 Prize Divisions from Just Six Numbers and the Powerball

14 Prize Divisions from Just Six Numbers and the Powerball

New Zealand Powerball has an incredible 14 prize divisions, seven of which, including the jackpot, require the additional Powerball number drawn from a second drum. However, the New Zealand lotto also selects a seventh ball from the main drum as a bonus number. This creates three out of six Powerball prizes and boosts a further three prizes on its own!

How to Save on
New Zealand Powerball Tickets Online

How to Save on New Zealand Powerball Lottery Tickets Online

When you play New Zealand Powerball online with a ticket messenger service, there are plenty of ways to save whenever you buy lottery tickets online! Save as much as 25% with a 5, 10, 25 or 52-draw on the New Zealand Powerball multi-draw, purchase a Bundle with a built-in discount, or get a subscription and get every 7th ticket free.

How to Win the New Zealand Powerball Lottery Jackpot

How Do You Win the New Zealand Powerball Jackpot?

To win the Powerball jackpot, you must match the six main numbers as well as the Powerball additional number with those selected in the draw. You can win a secondary prizes by matching the bonus ball. There are no taxes on NZ Powerball lottery prizes. The lottery has a minimum jackpot of NZ$4 million and a jackpot cap of NZ$50 million. If that cap is reached, a "Must Be Won" draw takes place. If no ticket manages to match the six main numbers and the Powerball in that draw, the prize money rolls down to the next highest prize division with winning tickets. Check the New Zealand Powerball results after every draw to see if you're a winner!

When you purchase lottery tickets in New Zealand, Powerball is an optional add-on to the regular Lotto game. Lotto’s guaranteed jackpot is always set at NZ$1 million and the Powerball jackpot prize is on top of that. When you play NZ Powerball online at theLotter, you are playing the Lotto game with the additional Powerball option included in your ticket. When you win the New Zealand Powerball jackpot online, you win both the Lotto prize and the Powerball prize! As a result, the Powerball jackpot advertised on our site is NZ$1 million more than that announced on the official New Zealand Powerball website.

How to Claim New Zealand Powerball Lottery Prizes at theLotter

How to Claim New Zealand Lottery Prizes at theLotter

New Zealand Powerball has a lot of prize divisions to keep track of, which is where theLotter’s free email and SMS win alerts come in handy. Find out automatically if you have won. When you play the lottery online, you're winnings will be transferred directly into your theLotter account after the prize has been received from the official lottery operator. Larger prizes may need to be picked up in person in New Zealand. When you play NZ lotto online and win, your prizes are paid out tax-free!

How Does New Zealand Powerball Lottery compare to the US and Aussie Powerballs?

How Does New Zealand Powerball Lottery Compare to the American Powerball?

The New Zealand Powerball requires the same number of selections as the Australia Powerball (6+1), as opposed to the US Powerball which uses 5+1. However, the NZ Powerball distinguishes itself with its use of a bonus number and a 1-10 guess range for its Powerball. Although its jackpots are far smaller than the US Powerball, the New Zealand lottery does offer 14 prize divisions and fantastic winning odds!

For more information about this exciting lottery, check out our NZ Powerball Lotto Guide!