The prize breakdown for the Bono Lotto is worked out on a 6 tier system. The first
tier is the Jackpot level. Winners are those who have chosen all 6 numbers to match
those drawn on the night. There is 1 in 13,983,816. The second tier prize, for those
who choose 5 numbers plus the complementario complementary number, has a 1 in 2,330,636
chance of being won. 5 correct numbers, with a likelihood of 1 in 54,201, wins the
third tier prize. The fourth tier is won with 4 correct numbers. Players have a
1 in 1032 chance of winning. The fifth tier is won with 3 correct numbers, and won
by 1 in 57 players. Players have a 1 in 10 chance of winning a €4 prize when the
have the correct reintegro number randomly added to their card, in the sixth winning
Picking the numbers to play with Bono Lotto may be tricky for some, especially if
you are unsure whether you’ve picked ‘good numbers’ or not. Why not let the computer
do it for you? Using Quick Pick you can be sure that the computer will pick you
random numbers. Statistically this is a better way of winning than choosing your
own six numbers to play with.
If you do decide to choose your own numbers, it is important to know exactly how
to choose for the optimal chances of winning the jackpot. When looking at Bono Lotto
results, it has been seen that the best way to pick your numbers is with and odd
to even ratio of 3/3, 2/4 or 4/2 and a low/high number ratio of 3/3, 2/4 or 4/2.
Never pick all odd or even numbers and never pick all consecutive numbers. The chances
of these winning are extremely minimal.