10 Top Singapore Pools Outlets Ranked By The Most Wins, For TOTO & 4D Players

Top Singapore Pools outlets for Toto and 4D

If you’ve ever dreamt of becoming a millionaire, the quickest way is probably to hope to the heavens that you strike 4D or TOTO. ‘Course, it’s easier said than done. Many try to maximise their chances of winning by going to Singapore Pools outlets that have been “blessed by the Fortune God” or have good fengshui. But whatever you believe in, it’s best to heed what cannot be disproved – statistics.  

Here are the top 10 lucky Singapore Pools outlets and authorised retailers for TOTO, ranked according to their winning frequencies from official sources, measured from October 2014 to now. You can also place your 4D bets at these places.

P.S. Before you dive straight in, here is a gentle reminder to bet within your means and gamble responsibly.

1. Delisia Agency Pte Ltd

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Jeff Lee

It might look and have a name that sounds like one from a bakery but don’t be fooled – this place means serious business when it comes to TOTO. The store’s long snaking queues every Monday and Thursday and bright red signboard will indicate that this is where you come for the lottery – not cakes and buns.

If the stats are anything to go by, this branch has a whooping 18 jackpot prize winners under its belt. 

Number of Jackpot Prize winners: 18
Number of Group 2 winners: 71

Address: 149 Rochor Rd, #B1-26 Fu Lu Shou Complex, Singapore 188425
Opening hours: Mon-Fri 8am-7pm (Closed on Saturdays and Sundays)

2. Tong Aik Huat

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Jacob C

Some say it’s all in the name, and Tong Aik Huat has already produced plenty of lucky winners. It’s been crowned #2 on this list for producing a grand total of 14 jackpot – or Group 1 winners – who’ve bid on the right numbers to take home the ultimate loot. 

Even if the jackpot prize is way out of reach, many of us are more than happy just to get a slice of the pie and might be glad to know that this spot also has had 93 Group 2 wins, a.k.a consolation wins.

Number of Jackpot Prize winners: 14
Number of Group 2 winners: 93

Address: 685 Hougang Street 61, Singapore 530685
Opening hours: Mon 8am-6pm | Tue&Fri 8am-8pm | Wed, Thu, Sat & Sun 8am-7pm

3. Singapore Pools King George’s Avenue

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Pohboon Yeo

Rising the ranks over recent years is the Singapore Pools King George’s Avenue. Although its total Group 1 & 2 winners aren’t as many as the others on this list, the outlet has one of the highest jackpot frequencies. A rising lucky star? Perhaps.

Number of Jackpot Prize winners: 13
Number of Group 2 winners: 28

Address: 803 King George’s Ave, #01-200, Singapore 200803
Opening hours: 8am-8pm, Daily

4. NTUC Fairprice Serangoon Central Hypermart

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Mark Wong

NEX isn’t just a popular place to eat. As it turns out the TOTO outlet at the mall’s NTUC Fairprice is buzzing with jackpot winners as well. The outlet’s Group 2 winners are nothing to gloss over as well, with 53 folks who’ve walked away with the second-tier prizes. 

Number of Jackpot Prize winners: 12
Number of Group 2 winners: 53

Address: 23 Serangoon Central, #03-42 Nex Mall, Singapore 556083
Opening hours: 8am-9.30pm , Daily

5. Tan Wee Fong Trading

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Tan Wee Fong has seen plenty of Group 1 winners with the biggest prize being a whopping $4.5 million, which went to a single winner who played using Quick Pick. The place has also seen a whopping 52 Group 2 winners.

Number of Jackpot Prize winners: 12
Number of Group 2 winners: 52

Address: 24 Bendemeer Road, #01-529, Singapore 330024
Opening hours: Mon 8am-6pm | Tue & Fri 8am-8pm | Wed, Thu, Sat & Sun 8am-7pm

6. Mee Lee Cheong Pte Ltd

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Ah Teo

Mee Lee Cheong shifted locations once back in 2016, but the move has not seemed to affect their luck. This betting post near the Tampines Round Market is both a convenient spot to place bets after a morning grocery run and a hotspot for winning TOTO.

Number of Jackpot Prize winners: 12
Number of Group 2 winners: 38

Address: Blk 139 Tampines Street 11 #01-88 Singapore 521139
Opening hours: Mon 8am-6pm | Tue & Fri 8am-8pm | Wed, Thu, Sat & Sun 8am-7pm

7. Fatt Chye Heng Trading

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Jeff Lee

Shakespeare asks “what’s in a name anyway”? If you ask Fatt Chye Heng Trading, the answer’s prosperity. With a name that directly translates to striking wealth, those who believe in manifestation can hope that this outlet’s name brings good fortune as well. 

Number of Jackpot Prize winners: 12
Number of Group 2 winners: 36

Address: Blk 7 Hougang Ave 3 #01-48 Singapore 530007
Opening hours: 8am-8pm, Daily 

8. Ng Teo Guan

Not too far away from Fatt Chye Heng is Ng Teo Guan, a self-service Singapore Pools outlet in Ubi. For those who want to quickly buy and zao, you can skip the interactions with counter staff and try your luck here instead.

Number of Jackpot Prize winners: 11
Number of Group 2 winners: 36

Address: Blk 301 Ubi Ave 1 #01-241 Singapore 400301
Opening hours: 8am-8pm, Daily

9. NTUC FairPrice Tampines Mall

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Previously ranked 2nd on this list in 2020, Tampines Mall’s NTUC Fairprice has dipped slightly in rankings. Still, it holds its place among the top 10 luckiest outlets in Singapore this year.  Make sure to prepare for an insanely long queue if you’re headed down for the CNY draw as this is a popular betting spot, with 11 Jackpot winners to date. 

Number of Jackpot Prize winners: 11
Number of Group 2 winners: 32

Address: 4 Tampines Central 5, #B1-12, Singapore 529510
Opening hours: Mon 8am-6pm | Tue & Fri 8am-8pm | Wed, Thu, Sat & Sun 8am-7pm

10. Singapore Pools Lor 1 Toa Payoh Branch

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T T Teo

Near Braddell MRT, find Singapore Pools Lor 1 Toa Payoh Branch, a new addition to this top 10 list with 11 jackpot winners and long snaking queues wherever there’s a huge price pool on the horizon. 

Number of Jackpot Prize winners: 11
Number of Group 2 winners: 31

Address: Blk 111 Lor 1 Toa Payoh #01-354 Singapore 310111
Opening hours: 8am-8pm, Daily

Other “lucky” places to place your bets

Official data from Singapore Pools aside, there are also some lucky outlets that are the people’s choice – that also means this list is based completely on hearsay:

  1. Eunos 7-Eleven at Blk 1A
  2. Chua Yan Kee
  3. Singapore Pools Choa Chu Kang Branch
  4. Ng Teo Guan
  5. 7-Eleven Yishun
  6. Singapore Pools Clementi N7 Branch
  7. Singapore Pools IMM Branch
  8. Singapore Pools Suntec City

Fun fact: Biggest TOTO win by a single punter was $12 million. The winning ticket was bought from NTUC FP Bukit Batok MRT Station, and he was the only punter who ran a QuickPick Ordinary Entry.

BONUS: Singapore Pools Account Betting Service

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There’s bound to be a long snaking queue, especially during the big draws around the time of Chinese New Year. While many are willing to stand in queue for a chance at striking it big, head to the Singapore Pools Website instead if you’d prefer to skip the queues. You’ll need to register for an account online before being able to place bets online. 

This online service has been responsible for the most number of wins to date, but bear in mind that it might be because there are simply more people using this service!

Singapore Pools website

Most regularly drawn 4D numbers

Just like how location is a big deal for 4D and TOTO buyers, certain combinations of numbers are considered lucky due to the number of times they have been drawn in the past. Here are the most frequently drawn numbers in the last 30 decades:

Information from
Singapore Pools, 2023.

Betting on 4D and TOTO at Singapore Pools outlets

Tossing out a couple of bucks for the thrill and prospect of getting millions might be great fun, but make sure to play responsibly. While having statistics on your side might boost your chances, the odds of striking TOTO or 4D at Singapore Pools has always been slim. 

With that said, if you’re going to play anyway, may the odds be ever in your favour! To find out more on how to place your bets, check out our guide on how to buy 4D and TOTO.

Cover image adapted from: Steve Teo
Originally published on 13th January 2020. Last updated by Kezia Tan on 1st February 2023.


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