The Lott is the mark of trust that unites Australia's Official Lotteries by Tatts (Tattersall's Sweeps Pty Ltd), Tatts NT (Tatts NT Lotteries Pty Ltd), NSW Lotteries (NSW Lotteries Corporation Pty Ltd), Golden Casket (Golden Casket Lottery Corporation Limited) and SA Lotteries (Tatts Lotteries SA Pty Ltd) under one banner.
Every time our customers play their favourite games through Australia's Official Lotteries, they are helping to play an important role in supporting and inspiring Australian communities.
Our customers don't realise that by playing Australia’s official lottery games at their local the Lott outlet, they are supporting small businesses who receive a lottery commission as part of their purchase. Last financial year we paid over $355 million in commission to more than 3800 retailers across Australia^ (excluding WA).
Last financial year, Australia’s Official Lotteries contributed over $1.4 billion* to help support community initiatives like hospitals, schools and sporting groups.
Can you imagine winning a share of $3.3 billion# in prize money? Our winners tell us their windfall grants them the freedom to live the life they’ve always dreamed of.
Being a Franchisee requires a shared commitment to the vision and direction of the business.
It requires the highest standards of customer service and integrity and a desire to sell products that are innovative, exciting and widely played.
In return, Franchisees are recognised and rewarded for their contribution and support.
“We’ve had this outlet for about 15 years now and we love all of our customers. We are always happy when we hear one of our customers have had a win – big or small!" – Susan Hosseini, Mountain View Newsagency
“We had a good chuckle when we saw we had sold that winning entry and I’ve had fun telling customers the good news this morning.” – Graeme Hooley, Tweed Mall News
“I couldn’t believe it when I saw we had done it. I never thought I would sell such a big prize. It’s a dream come true!” – Thi Vo, MJ's Snack Bar & Deli
All prospective Franchisees are required to submit an application to the Lott, and are assessed against the following three key criteria:
When an application is received for a new site, the Lott reviews the business and site location to determine if the franchise criteria can be met. Face to face interviews with prospective retailers and any supervisors are also conducted to assess the suitability and ability of the applicant.
Finally, a minimum of two prospective retailers and/or supervisors are required to successfully complete the New Retailer Program, consisting of a two week competency-based training program, prior to the commencement of selling lottery products.
For more information on the Application Process please refer to our Franchise Information Kit below.
Subject to satisfying commercial criteria, there may be an opportunity to open a new outlet in the following areas:
Persons interested in applying for a lotteries franchise within these areas would be required to seek a tenancy, and obtain a lease offer, prior to submitting an application.
If you would like more information, or the application form, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
*State Lottery Taxes FY19 Australia-wide (ex. WA).
^Relates to the period 1 July 2018 to 30 June 2019.
~After retailer lottery commission.
#Includes Saturday Lotto, Monday Lotto, Oz Lotto, Wednesday Lotto, Powerball, The Pools, Lotto Strike, Super 66, Lucky Lotteries Jackpot and Spot 10 Keno (SA) across Australia (excluding WA) during the period 1 July 2018 to 30 June 2019.