Check the latest Bullseye results and find out if you are a winner. The results are added here everyday shortly after each draw takes place at 18:00. Here you can find the additional information about all time winning numbers, including prize amounts and number of winners.
Bullseye launched in 2009 and is drawn daily at 6 pm. Offering a First Division prize of $100,000 or more, it has gotten quite popular among New Zealanders.
To play, you have to choose any six-digit number between 000,000 and 999,999, with the main goal of matching it with the six-digit Bullseye number to be drawn. If your number matches the exact number drawn - the First Division prize is yours!
However, it’s not an all-or-nothing kind of game. If you’re only 5 or fewer numbers off of the main number drawn, you’ll win the second-tier prize of $10,000. Plus, 999,999 and 000,000 are adjacent to one another. This means that if your number was 999,999, while the winning number was 000,003, you were only within 4 numbers of it and you win the second-tier prize. There is a total of six prize tiers in Bullseye.
How to play Bullseye?
Start by choosing any numbers from 0 to 999,999. The number has to be six digits long, so add zeros to the start if it’s not long enough. Fill up to three different numbers per ticket.
To win the First Division prize of $100,000 or more, you have to match your number with the exact Bullseye number drawn. While the odds may be quite slim, there are still five more prize tiers you could win. For example, the second prize tier is won, when you are within 5 numbers of the Bullseye number, with 999,999 and 000,000 being considered adjacent to one another.
Learn more about Bullseye lotto. Here you can find the answers to the most frequently asked questions regarding the game.