Gaze at the moon and wish

You could be basking in the glow of the moon tonight as a newly minted multimillionaire if Lady Luck is smiling on you for the Mark Six's Mid-Autumn Festival draw, which has a first prize of up to HK$80 million. The numbers for the longest-running snowball lottery - the accumulated pot will be...



Tuesday, September 21, 2021

You could be basking in the glow of the moon tonight as a newly minted multimillionaire if Lady Luck is smiling on you for the Mark Six's Mid-Autumn Festival draw, which has a first prize of up to HK$80 million.
The numbers for the longest-running snowball lottery - the accumulated pot will be around HK$60 million - is being drawn at 9.30pm and shown on TVB's J2 Channel.
Punters feeling flush to do something with eight favorite numbers could go for an eight-number multiple entry ticket, which splits into 28 single entries.
That could deliver someone one first prize, 12 third prizes and 15 fifth prizes.
Over the past five years, the Jockey Club noted, the most drawn numbers include 7 and 15, which have been drawn 10 and nine times respectively. And the numbers 12, 28, 40 and 43 have been drawn eight times.
Tickets for the Mid-Autumn lottery are to be had until 9.15 pm.