Unique Jackpot List

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Detailed explanation at the bottom. Updated Daily!

Last update: March 23 2014
Jackpot Game Date Odds $ Odds/$ OJ
64,850,600 Eurojackpot 03/25/14 59,325,280 2.76 163,714,043 2.52
64,400,000 Ohio Classic Lotto 03/24/14 13,983,816 1.00 13,983,816 0.22
42,854,400 Canada Lotto Max 03/28/14 85,900,584 1.49 127,820,072 2.98
40,000,000 Powerball USA 03/26/14 175,223,510 2.00 350,447,020 8.76
38,000,000 California Super Lotto Plus 03/26/14 41,416,353 1.00 41,416,353 1.09
25,000,000 Florida Lotto 03/26/14 22,957,480 1.00 22,957,480 0.92
21,000,000 Indiana Hoosier Lotto 03/26/14 12,271,512 1.00 12,271,512 0.58
20,697,000 Euro Millions 03/25/14 116,531,800 2.76 321,581,155 15.54
20,000,000 Mega Millions USA 03/25/14 258,890,850 1.00 258,890,850 12.94
19,250,000 Texas Lotto 03/26/14 25,827,165 1.00 25,827,165 1.34
19,038,600 Australia Lotto Sat 03/29/14 8,145,060 0.60 4,858,877 0.26
18,500,000 Illinois Lotto 03/24/14 20,358,520 1.00 20,358,520 1.10
13,599,000 Australia Powerball 03/27/14 54,979,155 0.82 45,064,053 3.31
10,717,850 UK Lotto 03/26/14 13,983,816 1.65 23,057,914 2.15

Column 1: Jackpot
Estimated jackpot amount for the next draw expressed in USD. For non-US games, real market exchange rates are used to convert local currencies to USD. (USD = US Dollar)
Column 2: Game
List of games whose jackpots either roll over to the next draw when there's no 1st division winner, or occasionally increase when there is a superdraw.
Currently, you can compare 66 games from all US States, Canada, UK, Australia, New Zealand and South Africa. More games will be added soon.
Column 3: Date
Next draw date in Month/Day/Year format.
Column 4: Odds
Theoretical chance to win the jackpot when playing one combination. Odds are expressed as 1 in ...
Column 5: $
Price in USD for one combination or play.
Column 6: Odds/$
Theoretical chance to win the jackpot when betting 1 USD.
Games costing $0.5 per play allow you to cover 2 combinations for $1, which increases the odds considerably.
Likewise, games who are $2 per play will get worse odds.
Odds/$ is what you look for when comparing different jackpot games. The lower the number, the easier it is to win.
Column 7: OJ
OJ stands for OJ-index. It is the number you get when dividing the "Odds/$" by "Jackpot". The lower that number, the better.
If you would play all possible combinations just once and become the sole winner (exercise in imagination), OJ represents the amount of dollars spent per expected $1 return.
In theory, OJ-figures lower than 1.00 could indicate a potential profit, but please note that local taxes on winnings are not taken into account.


How To Find The Best Games To Play ... (TIP!!!)
  1. Sort the 6th Column (Odds/$) from low to high.
  2. The easiest games to win are now at at the top.
  3. Now scan with your eyes from top to bottom and look for the lowest OJ-figures. If the corresponding games are available in your country or state, then those games are the ones you should focus your attention on.




Note: All presented data is gathered from various sources on the internet. Please verify all estimated jackpot amounts and game-data with your local lottery. We take no responsibility for errors or omissions.