The Daily Lotto results for Saturday, 18 November 2023, are finally here. Did you pick the winning numbers for tonight’s jackpot? Find out below!
Daily Lotto results: Winning numbers for Saturday, 18 November 2023
PLEASE NOTE: The winning numbers for tonight’s Daily Lotto results will be published below no later than 22:00. While the draw takes place at 21:00, the National Lottery Commission only publishes the results at 22:00. Please be sure to double-check the results you see below on the National Lottery’s website. While we take every possible measure to ensure the winning numbers are correct, it is the ticketholder’s responsibility to perform a final check on ITHUBA’s website. Swisher Post, its parent company, partners and affiliates shall not be held liable for any consequence that arises from the journalistic duties performed in sharing this content.
The Daily Lotto results for Saturday, 18 November, are:
05, 21, 31, 33, 34
What is the estimated jackpot?
On Friday, a total of 128 873 winners walked away with a portion of the Daily Lotto jackpot. From that total, no player matched all five numbers correctly.
The estimated jackpot up for grabs on Saturday, 18 November 2023, is: R430 000.
How to play Daily Lotto in South Africa
The Daily Lotto draw takes place every day, with results announced in the evenings.
Here is a step-by-step guide on how to play Daily Lotto:
- Find a valid Daily Lotto bet slip
- Use a pen/pencil to choose five numbers from 1 to 36
- Submit your bet slip to a teller at a participating retailer and make your payment (each Daily Lotto draw costs R3.00)
- Take your Daily Lotto receipt, which contains the five numbers you picked (KEEP THIS SLIP SAFE!)
- Write your name on the back of the slip
- Visit swisherpost.co.za or any Daily Lotto results announcer after 21:30 to check the night’s winning numbers.
PLEASE TAKE NOTE:
Gambling can be addictive, and players who feel pressured to spend in excess of their affordability are encouraged to seek help. We encourage gamblers who want out to contact the Twin Rivers Rehabilitation Centre OR Responsible Gambling. After all, losing out on winnings is not worth losing one’s self, let alone their loved ones.