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How to Play New Zealand Powerball

How to Play New Zealand Powerball

Following the international Powerball format, the New Zealand Powerball has players choose two types of numbers – 6 main numbers and 1 Powerball. You can select your main numbers from a guess range of 1-40 and your Powerball from 1 to 10. After you pick your lotto numbers, your main goal is to guess all the main numbers and the Powerball and scoop the grand NZ Powerball jackpot.

As soon as the NZ Powerball results are published, you can check them online on  theLotter Canada. Alternatively, you can subscribe to our alerts service to get them via email or SMS. If you want to make sure you never miss a draw, you can opt for our services - subscriptions or Multi-Draws, benefiting at the same time from amazing discounts.

Can I Play New Zealand Powerball from Canada?

Can I Play NZ Powerball from Canada?

Yes, you certainly can, you can do this on theLotter. Playing New Zealand Powerball online only takes a few clicks, and the entire process is safe and secure. As per our See Your Ticket service, you will get a scan of the ticket that has been purchased on your behalf in your theLotter account. This way, you can know for sure that you have an official ticket. You should know that you are the only legal owner of your lottery ticket and that you are, therefore, entitled to the entire amount of the winnings that this might generate. You will not have to pay any type of commission or additional fee to theLotter. You can find out more about how our service works here.

How to Boost Your Odds of Winning NZ Powerball Prizes

Boost Your Odds of Winning NZ Powerball Prizes

Do you want to increase your chances of scooping the big New Zealand Powerball Jackpot? On theLotter, you have several options available that let you do just that. Play systematic forms and go into the game with all the possible combinations of 6-10 numbers of your choice, which will give your winning odds a significant boost.

You can also play the New Zealand Powerball online as part of a syndicate. This means that you will have an entire group of tickets into the game. You can purchase as many syndicate shares as you like, and then, if your tickets prove to be winners, you will receive your part of the prize. There is yet another option available on theLotter that lets you get the most out of both worlds. Try Bundles to get both an individual ticket and a share in the syndicate, all for a very special price.

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

NZ Powerball vs the US and the Aussie Powerball

As the Australian and the American Powerball games, the New Zealand Powerball features a 6+1 gameplay format. However, the Australia Powerball  features a larger guess range for the additional numbers. While the NZ Powerball has a 1-10 range for the Powerball number, the Australian version of the game offers players the chance to choose a number from 1 to 20. The New Zealand Powerball works on the same format as its Australian counterpart: 6+1. The difference is that uses a range of 1-20 for the additional number, whereas New Zealand Powerball has a range of 10 for additional numbers.

While all three games follow the Powerball format, the US version is by far the best-known one of them all, as it features the largest prizes in the entire lottery market. When you buy US Powerball tickets, you know that you are up against some large odds, but you can aim for those huge jackpots. But the New Zealand Powerball is clearly worth your time because it offers some very tempting prizes, and all for some very attractive odds! This make it one lottery game you simply cannot afford to miss!

NZ Powerball Winners on theLotter

theLotter’s Big NZ Powerball Winners

The biggest New Zealand Powerball winner in theLotter’s hall of fame is V.K. from Russia. Back in 2013, V.K. became a member of our platform and he subscribed to the NZ Powerball, which earned him every 10th ticket for free. But it was an 8-number systematic form that eventually got V.K. his prize. With 28 lines in the game, he won not only the second prize, worth NZ$142,857, but also 27 other NZ Powerball prizes, which amounted to NZ$33,000! Try out systematic forms for yourself and increase your chances of becoming a winner!