The latest addition to Oz Lotteries’ charity lotteries is PCYC Lottery. PCYC gives you the chance to win amazing prizes, all while supporting young people. The lottery is operated by the Police Citizens Youth Clubs (PCYC), who work to empower young people to reach their potential through community and Police partnerships.
We’ve put together everything you need to know about the PCYC Lottery, including how to enter, what prizes can be won, and how your support helps.
What are the PCYC Lottery Prizes?
There are multiple prizes to be won each draw with over $100,000 in prizes on offer. The exact prizes change each draw but include cars, cash, kitchen appliances, and more!
You can check out the current draw prize on our website.
What if I don’t like the prize I win?
Prizes won in the PCYC Lottery are not transferable or redeemable for cash. But you are entitled to use the prizes however you choose. Use, gift, or sell the prize once you receive ownership – it’s totally up to you!
Odds and Tickets
What are the Odds of Winning PCYC Lottery?
The odds of winning first prize vary depending on the draw and tickets sold. There are a total of 1,200,000 tickets available in the PCYC Lottery, though this can vary depending on how many tickets are actually sold. Plus, each ticket has the opportunity to win more than just first prize!
Where can I buy PCYC Lottery tickets?
You can buy PCYC Lottery tickets online at Oz Lotteries, the home of Australian Charity Lotteries. Check out the current draw prize and get your tickets to have your chance to win! Tickets start from 4 for $20, with larger ticket books offering better value.
Current PCYC Lottery
The PCYC Lottery 80 offers supporters the chance to win a $68,294 Toyota Fortuner Crusade, as well as $42,980 in additional prizes. With over $100,000 in prizes to be won, you won’t want to miss out!
Toyota Fortuner Crusade 2.8L T Diesel Auto Wagon, valued at RRP $68,294. You could be driving away in the ultimate family off-roader! Featuring 2.8L T Diesel, Auto Transmission, plus Tow Bar and Plug.
Toyota Corolla Hatch Ascent Sport 2.0L Manual D5 Transmission RRP $27,980. PLUS $5,000 cash (or gold bullion if the winner is from VIC).
$10,000 kitchen appliance upgrade OR home gym upgrade. You choose!
Last PCYC Lottery Draw
The most recent PCYC Lottery was draw 79. First prize gave supporters the chance to win TWO cars – a $48,240 Mitsubishi Outlander PLUS $19,984 Mitsubishi Mirage. There were also $42,765 in additional prizes to be won, including cars, cash, kitchen appliances, and more! The draw closed on 12 October 2020, and was drawn 15 October 2020. The first prize winner was ticket number 363000 from Parkdale, VIC.
What happens if I win?
If you are a winner of a major prize, a PCYC representative will contact you. Draw results are also sent to you by email to confirm and check your tickets’ results. Remember, we use the details you provide to contact winners, so it’s important to keep them up to date! Make sure you share the correct information when you sign up, and check that your phone number and email address are correct in your Oz Lotteries account.
You can also check the latest PCYC Lottery results at Oz Lotteries.
How do I get my prizes if I win?
A PCYC representative will speak with you about the claims process and provide all the information on how to receive your prizes. Delivery of cars and on-road costs within Australia is included in the prizes, so your prize will be on it’s way to you shortly after the draw!
How Your Support Helps
Every ticket purchased in the PCYC Lottery helps support PCYC. The funds raised in the PCYC Lottery are a significant source of funding for programs to support youth development for the PCYC New South Wales, St Kilda PCYC, Tasmania PCYC, PCYC Queensland, and Canberra PCYC.
The PCYC mission is clear. They strive to get young people active in life, work with young people to develop their skills, character and leadership, and reduce and prevent crime by and against young people.