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4D Results

The 4D lottery in Singapore is the ‘Four Digit’ lottery. That means that the numbers that are picked are four digits long, rather than the significantly longer numbers that are often found when playing lottery.

Latest Results

Latest 4D Results

Sunday 28th of April 2019

1st Prize

7521

2nd Prize

6292

3rd Prize

1115

Saturday 27th of April 2019

1st Prize

6429

2nd Prize

6992

3rd Prize

8755

Wednesday 24th of April 2019

1st Prize

1049

2nd Prize

4319

3rd Prize

8098

Starter Prizes

0302

2330

2860

5739

6097

6497

7165

7841

8216

9102

Starter Prizes

1109

1169

1609

2356

3975

4140

4594

6166

6297

9732

Starter Prizes

1346

1704

3266

3682

5169

6192

6769

9191

9383

9465

Consolation Prizes

1138

1730

1937

2163

2221

3984

7115

9401

9506

9797

Consolation Prizes

0542

2958

3973

4184

4383

5596

6487

7564

8172

9828

Consolation Prizes

1440

2238

4826

4854

5142

5345

5938

8388

8573

8782

4D Results

This is a popular game because it seemingly makes the challenge easier. You now have just four numbers to get right rather than 7 or 9 – and that increases your odds!

What are your chances of getting the right number when there are four digits? If the lowest number can be 0 (which it can), then it’s very easy – there are 9999 potential numbers and therefore your odds are 1/9999!

Find the results down below to find out whether you have won. You will find first price, second price, third price and the special/starter prizes each laid out, along with consolation prizes. Or why not choose the date if you want to see historical data for previous wins?

Is it Good News? Here's What You
Should Spend Your Money On if You Win!

It’s a common cliché to say that ‘money can’t buy you happiness’ and it’s something we all accept as true and wise. In reality though, it’s a pretty vague statement that isn’t actually founded on much. While you may not be able to go into a store and order ‘five kilos of happiness’, there are nevertheless many indirect ways that money can at least increase your happiness. Here we will look at just some of them…

Time With Friends

The claim that money doesn’t buy you happiness can be measured using regular questionnaires to gauge happiness over a long time. Does happiness correlate with finance? And more importantly, does buying ‘stuff’ make you happier?

In terms of tangible impact, the answer is no: spending money normally doesn’t equate to happiness or at least for very long.

But there is one exception to this rule: spending money on friends and family. If you buy gifts, then this results in an altruistic ‘high’ that can last for days. Likewise, spending money on activities and memories also has a much more measurable (and positive) impact on lasting happiness. So guess what the very best way to spend money is if you want to be happy? That’s right: paying to engage in an activity of some kind with friends. Creating joint memories is the way to find happiness!

  Travel

We’ve seen that events and building memories can lead to genuine happiness and there is no way to add to your experiences that quite competes with travelling. Seeing more of the world is not just fun – it enriches your life and makes you a more well-rounded person even.

Property

Your living environment has a huge impact on your lifestyle and your happiness. A great location where you’re near to the local conveniences and to friends and family for instance can often help you feel happier on a day to day basis. Likewise, having lots of space to decorate and make your own and to move around in can also be very positive on your mood. Better yet is to create your own dream home – something you could certainly not achieve without winning the lottery or having some other very large windfall.

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