Lucky Day Result 733 today, 03/18; prize is R$ 500 thousand – Business

Lucky Day Result 733 today, 03/18; prize is R$ 500 thousand – Business
Lucky Day Result 733 today, 03/18; prize is R$ 500 thousand – Business

In contest 733, Dia de Sorte will raffle a prize of R$ 500,000. If you want to follow along, the draw will take place at 8 pm this Saturday by Caixa Econômica Federal. The minimum bet is R$2.00.

Lucky Day result Contest 733

The numbers drawn will be inserted on this page, right after the end of the draw.

How to play on Lucky Day?

To participate, you need to choose 7 to 15 numbers from the 31 that are available, in addition to “1 Month of Luck”. Thus, each contest draws seven numbers and a “Luck Month”. You still have the option of choosing Surpresinha (when the system chooses the numbers for you) and/or Teimosinha (when you keep the same game for 3, 6, 9 or 12 consecutive draws).

What are the odds?

According to Caixa, the chances of winning vary according to the type of bet. Check the odds:

Probabilities of hits

Minimum bet: BRL 2.00 – 7 numbers

award bands 7 hits 6 hits 5 hits 4 hits lucky month
7 (single bet) 2,629,575 15,652 453 37 12
8 (8 bets) 328,696 4,083 185 21 12
9 (36 bets) 73,043 1,422 90 13 12
10 (120 bets) 21,913 596 49 9 12
11 (330 bets) 7,968 284 29 6 12
12 (792 bets) 3,320 149 19 5 12
13 (1,716 bets) 1,532 85 13 4 12
14 (3,432 bets) 766 51 9 3 12
15 (6,435 bets) 408 32 7 3 12

How to bet online?

To place your bet online, you must meet the following requirements:

  • Be over 18 years of age;
  • Have a CPF;
  • Have an email;
  • Have a credit card with the main flags.

To register, follow the steps below:

  • Visit the website: www.loteriasonline.caixa.gov.br
  • Inform your personal data;
  • Validate your registration by clicking on the link sent by Caixa to your email;
  • Complete the filling.

How to follow the contest live?

You can check out the draws live on CAIXA’s social networks.

The article is in Portuguese

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