Top 10 TOTO-winning outlets of all time

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Top 10 TOTO-winning outlets of all time

16/01/2017 16:37 13292 22

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Okay fine, it’s not exactly “all time” because TOTO in its current ‘6-out-of-49’ format only started in October 2014, but it’s still interesting to find out which outlets have the highest frequency of selling winning tickets ever since the new format was implemented.

So here are the top 10 Singapore Pool outlets that have the highest tendency to sell Group 1 and 2 TOTO tickets:

1. Tong Aik Huat

Win frequency: 19 Group 1 & 2 wins (3 Group 1 wins; 16 Group 2 wins)

Where: Blk 685 Hougang St 61 #01-160 Singapore 530685

Fun fact: Tong Aik Huat sold two TOTO tickets that won some of the largest jackpots in Singapore history. Last year, a single winner went home with S$7,884,082 after buying a Quick Pick System 8 TOTO ticket from Tong Aik Huat. In 2014, a person walked away with $6,410,229 after winning the top prize with a System 7 ticket from there.

2. Singapore Pools Account Betting Service

Win frequency: 18 Group 1 & 2 wins (3 Group 1 wins; 15 Group 2 wins)

Where: Singapore Pools Account Betting Service

Fun fact: Several multi-million TOTO tickets were bought using the Singapore Pools Account Betting Service: a Group 1 Quick Pick System 8 ticket that won S$2,452,072 in April 2015; a Group 1 Quick Pick System 7 ticket that won S$1,818,836 in February 2016; and a Group 1 Quick Pick Ordinary ticket that won S$2,612,507 in March 2016.

3. Singapore Pools Choa Chu Kang Branch

Win frequency: 17 Group 1 & 2 wins (1 Group 1 win; 16 Group 2 wins)

Where: Blk 303 Choa Chu Kang Ave 4 #01-721 Singapore  680303

Fun fact: This outlet seems to have a tendency for selling “$4 million” tickets. In March 2015, they sold a Quick Pick Ordinary ticket that won a Group 2 prize of S$4,043,670. In November 2015, they sold a Quick Pick System 7 ticket that won a Group 1 prize amounting to S$4,590,360. And in January 2016, they sold a Quick Pick System 7 ticket that won a Group 2 prize of S$4,559,710.

4. Tan Wee Fong Trading

Win frequency: 13 Group 1 & 2 wins (3 Group 1 wins; 10 Group 2 wins)

Where: Blk 24 Bendemeer Rd #01-529 Singapore 330024

Fun fact: Tan Wee Fong Trading has produced a Group 1 winner every year since 2014. In 2014, a person won S$2,085,106 with a Quick Pick Ordinary ticket. In 2015, somebody won S$3,859,582 with an Ordinary ticket. In 2016, a lucky winner walked away with S$4,497,222 with a Quick Pick System 7 ticket.

5. Everstream Trading

Win frequency: 13 Group 1 & 2 wins (2 Group 1 wins; 11 Group 2 wins)

Where: Blk 283 Bukit Batok East Avenue 3 #01-281 Singapore 650283

Fun fact: A ticket from Everstream Trading once won S$4,534,221, but the ticket was a Quick Pick System 12 iTOTO ticket — which means that the winner could not claim the full prize amount (prizes won using an iTOTO ticket have to be divided by 28 units and then multiplied by the number of units bought).

6. NTUC FP Serangoon Central Hypermart

Win frequency: 13 Group 1 & 2 wins (2 Group 1 wins; 11 Group 2 wins)

Where: 23 Serangoon Central #03-42 NEX Singapore 556083

Fun fact: This popular outlet in Nex frequently has two top prize winners in a month. In September and October last year, there were two Group 2 winners in each month. In August 2015, a punter won a Group 1 prize early in the month, and another person won the coveted Group 1 prize at the end of the month. In November 2014, two people won Group 2 prizes using Quick Pick System 7 tickets.

7. NTUC FP Yishun Ring Rd

Win frequency: 13 Group 1 & 2 wins (2 Group 1 wins; 11 Group 2 wins)

Where: Blk 849 Yishun Rd #01-3701/3703 Singapore 760849

Fun fact: This must be one of the most “heng” outlets in 2016 because they produced winners almost every month — except for the months of April, May and September. In just last year alone, they’ve had 11 Group 1 & 2 winners.

8. Delisia Agency Pte Ltd

Win frequency: 13 Group 1 and 2 wins (2 Group 1 wins; 11 Group 2 wins)

Where: 149 Rochor Rd Fu Lu Shou Complex #B1-26 Singapore 188425

Fun fact: Both the Group 1 wins happened in 2015 — one in February with a share amount of S$539,834, and another in December with a share amount of S$3,859,582.

9. Singapore Pools Chinatown Point Branch

Win frequency: 13 Group 1 & 2 wins (1 Group 1 win; 12 Group 2 wins)

Where: 133 New Bridge Road, Chinatown Point #01-36 Singapore 059413

Fun fact: Dominated mostly by Group 2 wins, their Group 1 win was for a prize of S$2,325,270.

10. Ng Teo Guan Self Service

Win frequency: 13 Group 1 & 2 wins (Group 1 win; 12 Group 2 wins)

Where: Blk 301 Ubi Ave 1 #01-251 Singapore 400301

Fun fact: Except for two of them, all other top prize winners who bought tickets from Ng Teo Guan Self Service bought Quick Pick tickets.

Which of these Singapore Pools outlets is your favourite? Do you have your preferred “lucky outlet”? Let us know below!

(Image credits (from top): The Online Citizen (top); screenshots from Singapore Pools website (except for Ng Teo Guan’s which is from Google Maps))

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