This year’s Mark Six Halloween Snowball draw will be held next Tuesday (26 October). It will carry a snowball of $60 million, while the First Division Prize Fund could reach $80 million. Tickets* for the Halloween Snowball draw will start selling from tomorrow night, 21 October.
“Lucky numbers” from previous Halloween Snowball draws
In the previous seven Halloween Snowball draws, number “22” has been drawn four times. Meanwhile, numbers “17” and “29” have been drawn three times. These numbers could be considered lucky (see table below).
“Lucky Numbers” for the past Halloween Snowball draws (including extra number)
Number of times drawn
|17, 29||3 each|
Multiple Entry the choice for most Halloween Snowball winners
In the past four Halloween Snowball draws, three first-prize winners won with Multiple Entry Tickets and the Self-pick method (details in table below).
|Halloween Snowball draw date||Winning method (winning unit)|
|29/ 10/ 2019||No Winner|
|30/10/2018||10-number Multiple Self-pick Ticket (1 unit)|
11-number Multiple Self-pick Ticket (1 unit)
6-number Single Quick Pick Ticket (1 unit)
8-number Multiple Self-pick Ticket (0.5 unit)
6-number Single Self-pick Ticket (2 units)
Customers with eight favourite numbers can opt to buy an eight-number Multiple Entry Ticket, which is split into 28 single entries. A Multiple Entry Ticket bearing six drawn numbers will entitle the ticket holder to one first prize, 12 third prizes and 15 fifth prizes. (Winners holding a partial unit will receive prize money commensurate with their investment.)
Tickets for Halloween Snowball draw available from tomorrow
Mark Six tickets for the Halloween Snowball draw will be available at Off-Course Betting Branches, Telebet (including 1886 Telebet Automated Services) and Interactive Services, including Online Betting Service (eWin) www.hkjcmarksix.com and Mobile Betting Service, after the draw on Thursday night (21 October). Tickets will be on sale until 9:15 pm on 26 October, the day of the draw.
Customers can now open a HKJC betting account via the “HKJC Account Opening” mobile app. With the app, customers no longer need to apply for account opening at Off-Course Betting Branches or racecourses, enabling convenient and efficient betting services. For more details about “HKJC Account Opening”, please visit The Hong Kong Jockey Club’s Smart Platform webpage at https://m.hkjc.com.
To allow for more time to purchase tickets, the draw scheduled for Saturday, 23 October will not be held.
*Customers must be aged 18 or above