A single ticket costing $2 will give you two exciting chances to win. Firstly, the chance to win up to $10,000 instantly and secondly to win $100,000 on the Nightly Draw.
The Wheel of Fortune Lotto entertains a great many Ontarians by recreating the popular television game show through a thrilling daily lottery game. The excitement of seeing the famous wheel come to halt on a prize followed by the hope of another fantastic prize in the nightly draw is a feeling Wheel of Fortune Lotto players know only too well.
Wheel of Fortune Quick Pick $2 tickets, available from lottery retailers, not only offer the immediate chance to win with a single ‘WofF’ spin (whilst watching an animated ‘spinning wheel’ on a retailer display screen) but it also includes entry to the daily draw.
However, there is one significant difference between this and other lotto draws which is that instead of 6 lotto numbers being printed on the ticket to match, you are given 6 words.
A player will win an instant prize if there is one indicated on the wheel where it stops spinning. Win or lose, the player should then keep the ticket for the nightly draw, in which 6 words (from a pool of 39) will be drawn. If you match 3 or more words you will win a prize.
There are eight prizes to be won on the spot. All you have to do is watch where the wheel comes to a halt to see if you are a winner.
After the 10:30 p.m. draw, check your ticket to see if you have 3 or more words and are a winner. For example:
To win a prize of $1,000 or more, you must fill out an LPCD (Lottery Prize Claim Declaration). In the case of a community award, this also includes group and single-play wins. In addition, the claimant's legal first and last name must be included in all prize claim paperwork, as shown on the valid government-issued identification that will be presented with the claim documentation.
To book an appointment with the OLG Prize Centre for significant wins of $10,000 or more, call 1-800-387-0098.
You can see the latest results of Wheel of Fortune here or on the OLG official website. Prizes cannot be assigned, transferred, lent, sold, or otherwise redirected to third parties by prize winners. For greater clarity, all prize winnings will be paid directly to the winner (as determined by OLG).
As part of OLG's prize payment procedure, which allows for the disqualification of any person involved with a winning ticket before the prize claim is submitted, OLG has the right to impose the same standards on any individual claiming the prize as were applied to those who won it.
Individuals must be 18 or older to participate in the lottery, charitable gaming, and in-store sports betting in Ontario.
The Ontario Lottery and Gaming Corporation created the Wheel of Fortune lottery in 2013. This relatively new lottery is based on a popular television program and includes two enticing prizes with one ticket.
Playing Wheel of Fortune can be both fun and exciting, but it's important to remember to play responsibly.
First and foremost, only bet what you can afford to lose. It's easy to get caught up in the excitement of the game and bet more than you can afford, but this can lead to financial trouble down the road.
This is a game, and it should be treated as such. So if you find yourself getting too wrapped up in it, take a step back and take a break.
Setting a budget for yourself before you start playing is essential. It will help you calculate what you can afford to lose.
It is also important to remember that Wheel of Fortune is a game of chance and that there is no guarantee that you will win every time you play. Therefore, it is essential to accept that you may lose some money when playing the game and not to get too discouraged if this happens.
You must be 18 or older to participate in the Wheel of Fortune Ontario lottery. To buy a ticket, visit a participating lottery retailer and pick up a game panel.
The overall odds of winning any prize in the Wheel of Fortune Ontario lottery are 1 in 2,5
A single game costs $2.00.