Save these Set for Life stats for the chance to win $20K on Replay
Hey mates, Doug here from Set for Life HQ.
With September upon us, the weather’s warming up, the flowers are blooming (and so is my hay fever) and I’m feeling hopeful that we’ll see more people become Set for Life before the year is through.
I’ve also been inspired to do a bit of a spring clean of this year’s winning statistics.
Did you know there have been 14 division one wins so far this year, and 105 wins since Set for Life first began.
If you’re dreaming of scoring $20,000 a month for 20 years, then check out some of 2022’s winning trends!
‘Hot’ and ‘cold’ numbers
While every number has an equal chance of being drawn, over time we do see some numbers make an appearance more frequently. Currently, these ‘hot’ numbers are:
15, 21, 11, 41, 4
On the flip side, the ‘cold’ numbers that have been drawn less frequently are:
28, 6, 23, 20, 24
Plenty of winners tell us they also like to choose numbers that are special to them, like anniversaries and birthdates, while others prefer a QuickPick. How do you choose your numbers?
Winning days of the week
Ok, I’m starting a petition to officially rename the middle of the week, ‘Winning Wednesday’. So far this year, four division one wins have landed on hump day.
Meanwhile, we’re yet to see anyone become Set for Life on a Friday.
However, with draws every night of the week, we might see these trends change before the end of the year!
|Day||Number of division one wins|
State of the nation
We see Set for Life lightning strike right across the country, but so far 2022 has certainly been a victorious year for Victorian players.
Our most recent winner was a Sailors Falls man from central Victoria, who bolstered the state’s winning tally to seven.
I’m certainly curious to see where our next win will land.
|State/Territory||Number of division one wins|
|NSW / ACT||3|
Don’t forget, Set for Life is the only game that allows you to play your numbers across seven consecutive draws – that’s a chance to win every day of the week.
Make sure to grab your entry today. We’d love to add you to our list of 2022 winners!
*Data correct at time of publishing, 15 September 2022