Your lottery Tickets faster
There's another way to buy your Draw-based game Tickets in-store. You can save your lucky numbers on a handy wallet-sized card – there's no need to fill in a play slip each week.
You'll be able to use your National Lottery Fast Pay card at all Retailers that have a National Lottery Terminal (including Till-point Terminals) but not at a Scratchcard-only Retailer. Remember you can pick up your National Lottery Fast Pay card at any Retailer that has a National Lottery Terminal.
What is a National Lottery Fast Pay card?
A National Lottery Fast Pay card stores your lucky numbers or Draw preferences, and is the quick and easy way to buy your Ticket for Draw-based games. It works the same way as a play slip and therefore is not a Ticket or a proof of purchase.
How can I get a Fast Pay card?
You can get a Fast Pay card at any Retailer that has a National Lottery Terminal. Simply fill in a play slip in the usual way, hand it to the Retailer and ask for a National Lottery Fast Pay card. Alternatively, give the Retailer details of the games and days you want to play, and the numbers you would like to play (whether they're your own regular numbers or Lucky Dip®) and ask for a Fast Pay card.
Where can I use my Fast Pay card?
Once you have your Fast Pay card, you will be able to use it to play your favourite games at any Retailer with a National Lottery Terminal (including those with Till-point Terminals). If you are using your Fast Pay card at a Till-point Terminal, just give your Fast Pay card to the cashier and the cost of your Tickets will be added to the rest of your shopping bill.
How do I check that my Fast Pay card is valid?
When you receive your Fast Pay card, you are responsible for checking that the game, numbers, day and number of weeks you want to play using your Fast Pay card match your choices, and that the barcode and barcode number are clearly visible.