Set for Life has hit a milestone today with more than 100 Aussies scoring the shiny new annuity division two prize and for 12 consecutive months they’ll each have $5K coming their way!

Since March, every daily Set for Life draw has given players the chance to win this unique prize. Less than six months later, it’s been won 103 times, with each division two winner scoring $5,000 every month for an entire year. 

A Fitzgibbon winner was the very first player to become set for the year when she won division two in March.  

“Oh my god! Oh my god! You are kidding me!” she exclaimed when we called to break the news.

“I’ve won a total of $60,000! Oh my god! You have no idea how much this means to me!” 

Fast forward to this week when a North-Western Adelaide man in his 20s discovered he’s one of the latest Aussies to score $5,000 a month for a year.

“I only just signed up to the Lott yesterday. This was the first ticket I ever bought!” he exclaimed. 

“I was with my friend and we were talking about some recent Set for Life winners and we thought we’d just buy a ticket for a bit of fun, hoping we’d be next. 

“Well you can imagine my reaction when I checked my account this morning and saw we’d just won division two! I thought it must be some kind of prank!” 

Set for life has certainly been on a roll recently. Aside from hitting the milestone of more than 100 division two winners, the game has recently had a flurry of winners scoring the coveted division one prize of $20,000 a month for the next twenty years! 

In the space of 10 days, three people won $20K on Replay, including a Glenelg university student, a shocked Melbourne player, and a Proserpine woman who discovered her win while at work. 

We can’t wait to find out who our next winners will be! 

To win division one, players need to match their seven winning numbers in a single game panel to the seven winning numbers from the draw. To win division two, match six winning numbers plus one supplementary number.

Grab your entry today to be entered into seven daily Set for Life draws.