Do you wish to learn how to play Lotto on the Tyme Bank app? We are going to show you how it’s done in this article. A lot of South Africans play Lotto on a daily basis. The usual method of playing involves walking into one of the many outlets that sell Lotto and Powerball tickets. The good news is that there are many such outlets. The bad news is that it can get rather crowded in there. It’s way more convenient to buy your tickets on your bank’s app from the comfort of your home. So, how do you do it?
How to buy Lotto and Powerball tickets using the Tyme Bank app
The following is how to play Daily Lotto and Powerball on the Tyme Bank app;
- Download the Tyme Bank app onto your phone. It’s available on the Google Play and Apple App Stores.
- Log into the app.
- Go to Menu.
- Click on Buy.
- Click on 1FORYOU.
- Choose Buy a voucher.
- Enter the voucher amount and click on Next.
- Click on Confirm.
- You will see the voucher PIN Code. You can copy to your phone.
- The voucher PIN will also be sent to your phone.
- You can use this voucher to top up your National Lottery app.
Topping up your National Lottery wallet
This article aims to show you how to play Lotto on the Tyme Bank app. Note that there is currently no direct way of playing Lotto on the app. What you can do is to buy the 1FORYOU voucher. You can then use it to top up your wallet on the National Lottery app. To do so, you need to take the following steps;
- Log into the National Lottery mobile app or into your account on the National Lottery website.
- Choose to top up your account using a voucher.
- Enter your 1FORYOU voucher.
- You can now buy Lotto tickets.
It’s a bit different with other banks
That’s how to play Lotto on the Tyme Bank app. As noted earlier, it’s a bit of a roundabout process. Tyme Bank promises that it will bring the ability to play Lotto directly from the app soon.
This feature is already available on other banks in South Africa. As an example, you can play Lotto directly on the Standard Bank app. You can also do it on the Absa app. So, Tyme bank is lagging in this regard. Hopefully they will bring the feature on board soon.