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Mahajana Sampatha

In 1970 Jathika Sampatha was renamed as Mahajana Sampatha. The price of the ticket was reduced from Rs. 2/- to Rs. 1/-. Mahajana Samatha was further developed to conduct the draw in the electronic media and from 10th may 1988 weekly draw in the television commenced. Moreover, a daily lottery was introduced on experimental basis. This was titled daily Chance. There were one thousand, Rs. 5,000 prizes. 

At present Mahajana Sampatha, a passive type traditional lottery is the oldest lottery among the other prevailing lotteries in the Island. The lottery has created a good image among the general public as the best available lottery in the country. The lottery is conducted, on Tuesdays & Fridays and Sundays of the week. The price of this lottery ticket was increased from 02nd   September, 2008 from Rs.10/- to Rs.20/- and a new prize structure was implemented. A super prize of Rs. 10 million, a first prize of Rs. 2 million and a range of other attractive prizes are offered under this lottery.   Considering the better performance of this lottery, the Board decided to draw this lottery on Sundays also to increase the Sunday market share.

Contribution:  16.5% of the turover  is contributed   to Consolidated Fund .

 

Mahajana Sampatha - Prize Structure
Matching Pattern Prize (LKR)
Prize Structure – From right to Left
All 6 Numbers and Letter Correct Super Prize Starting from Rs. 10 Million
All 6 Numbers Correct 2,000,000
Last 5 Numbers Correct 100,000
Last 4 Numbers Correct 10,000
Last 3 Numbers Correct 1,000
Last 2 Numbers Correct 100
Number Correct 20
Prize Structure – From  Left to Right
First 5 Numbers Correct 10,000
First 4 Numbers Correct 1,000
First 3 Numbers Correct 100
First 2 Numbers Correct 50
Only Letter Correct 20

 

 

    

 
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Prize giving had on 07th May 2015   Pictures>>

Special Prize Awarded from NLB

The National Lotteries Board has a history of 52 years and the 06th of April 2015, is recorded as a historical date.

Winners were awarded prizes in value of over Twenty Six million Rupees. Prizes were handed over at the ​​premises of Rupavahini Corporation by Minister of Finance Hon. Ravi Karunanayake. The president of NLB Mrs. Shyamila Perera and the present Board of Directors, including the NLB staff participated for this event.

Prizes were awarded as follows NLB Double Bonus winner was offered the price value of 10 billion. In 1137th Goviosetha draw, the winner was awarded Rs 75,175,334.40 and was the highest amount awarded for a Rs 20 lottery ticket in our country.In 0998 Vasana sampatha draw ,the winner was awarded Rs 12,010,963.00.

In addition to that, 22 jeeps, 7 three wheelers and 6 motorcycles presented. The Value of all prizes worth Rs. 260,835,246.80. photos

 

 
     
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