Get help with your Swedish Lottery queries right here. In order for us to assist you as quickly as possible, check the most frequently asked questions below and you will hopefully find the answers to your enquiry.
When do draws take place?
There are games to enjoy throughout the week. Here’s when all the draws take place:
- Lotto - 18:25 on Wednesday and 19:55 on Saturday
- Viking Lotto – Wednesday at 20:00
- Eurojackpot – Friday at 20:00
- Keno – Draws take place every day. The draw time is 18:50 on weekdays, or 17:55 on weekends
Do I need to pay tax on Swedish Lottery winnings?
No, there is no tax on lottery winnings in Sweden. If you are playing an international game and win a major prize, you should speak to a financial adviser about the potential tax ramifications.
Can I play from another country?
Yes, you can take part online in some of the world’s biggest lotteries, including EuroMillions, Eurojackpot, Powerball and Mega Millions. You can enjoy these games from Sweden or from many other countries around the world. Go to the Play page to get started.
Can I claim a prize if my ticket gets lost or damaged?
If you have lost or damaged your winning ticket, you must contact a Svenska Spel office official. To avoid losing or damaging your ticket, keep your entry in a safe and secure location or play online. You must claim prizes within 31 days of the draw taking place.
Do you have a question that has not been covered? Please send an email to the following address:
We recommend enquires are sent via email because they can be processed more quickly than if they are sent by post. Postal enquiries should be sent to the following address:
Take That Ltd.
Please do not post tickets as they cannot be processed at this address.
Company Registration Information
Company Name: Take That Ltd.
The London Office
85 Great Portland Street
London W1W 7LT
Company Registration Number: 2147008