Playing in a Syndicate

Group Syndicates are a great way to share the cost of playing a large systems entry. With systems entries, the more numbers you choose out of 45, the greater your chances of winning.

A System Entry gives you more numbers per game, more chances to win, and more chances to win multiple prize divisions than a standard entry. Read more about system entries.

How to setup a Syndicate

Why not get family, friends or workmates together and setup your own Syndicate. By pooling your money, you may be able to buy a larger entry, giving yourself more chances to win.

  1. Choose a group leader. They’ll be in charge of organising who’s in the group, how much money everyone is putting in and buying the entry
  2. Record group members’ names. Download a free easy-to-use group entry planner or Systems Guide
  3. Decide how much everyone is putting in. It could be $5 or $10, or more
  4. Purchase the System Entry. This can be done at your local NSW Lotteries outlet

Play a Systems Entry

A System Entry gives you the option to play more numbers, giving you more chances to win, plus the
chance to win across multiple divisions. The type of System Entry you play relates to how many numbers
are selected per game panel. For example, if you play a System 10 Entry for Saturday Lotto, you can
choose 10 numbers in each game panel.

Read more about Systems or download the Systems Entries "Let's Play" Guide


Syndicate resources