Swedish Lotto FAQs
Do you have a query about Swedish Lotto? Below you will find some of the most frequently asked questions when it comes to taking part in the Swedish Lotto. Read on to discover more about this fascinating lottery game.
When do Lotto draws take place?
Lotto draws take place every Wednesday at 18:25 and Saturday at 19:55 local time.
What time do Lotto ticket sales close?
Ticket sales close at 17:15 for Wednesday draws and 18:15 local time for Saturday draws.
How do I play Lotto 1?
Lotto 1 requires players to select seven numbers from a pool of 35. In order to win a prize, you must match four or more numbers from the main draw, while all seven main numbers must be matched on a single line in order to win the jackpot. For more information, visit the How to Play page.
How do the Tilläggsnummer work?
Once all seven main Lotto 1 numbers have been drawn, an additional four numbers are randomly selected from the same pool. Should a player match any one of these extra numbers and six of the seven main numbers, the value of their prize will significantly increase.
How do I play Lotto 2?
Lotto 2 is a supplementary game that is played alongside Lotto 1 and offers ticket holders a second opportunity to win a prize. Players must select the Lotto 2 option on their ticket prior to purchase and match four or more numbers to win. Any player able to match all seven numbers will receive the Lotto 2 jackpot, which can be worth up to 1 million kr. Participating ticket holders can win prizes in both Lotto 1 and Lotto 2 draws.
How do I play Joker?
Joker is a supplementary game that is played alongside Lotto 1 and offers ticket holders the chance to win a prize of up to 10 million kr. Players must select seven digits between 0 and 9 and match them in exact order to the numbers that appear in the Joker draw. Prizes are awarded to players who can match as few as two numbers in order. For more information, visit the How to Play page.
Where can I find the latest Lotto results?
The latest Lotto 1, Lotto 2 and Joker results can be found on the Lotto Results page.
How old do I have to be to play Lotto?
Lotto players must be at least 18 years of age. Ticket holders under the age of 18 will not be eligible to collect any prize money.
How long do I have to claim a Lotto prize?
Lotto players have 31 days to collect any prize money they win. Online players will automatically have any winnings transferred into their account, although they must contact lottery officials to verify the payments of large prizes.
What happens if the Lotto 1 and Lotto 2 jackpots are not won?
If the Lotto 1 prize is not won, it will roll over until a winner can be found, while Lotto 2 features a fixed top prize that is shared should there be multiple jackpot winners. The values of both prizes are dependent on the number of tickets sold prior to each draw.
Is there a Lotto 1 jackpot cap or rollover limit?
No. The top Lotto 1 prize will continue rolling over until it is won.
Is there a minimum jackpot for Lotto 1?
No. The value of the Lotto 1 prize is based on ticket sales, therefore there is no minimum jackpot.
What is Drömvinsten?
Drömvinsten is a special award that allows any player who has matched seven numbers in either Lotto 1 or Lotto 2, and two or more numbers in the Joker draw, to claim a much larger sum. The Drömvinsten jackpot starts at a minimum of 75 million kr and increases until the prize is won. For more information, visit the Drömvinsten page.
What was the biggest Lotto jackpot ever won?
The biggest Lotto jackpot ever won was a Drömvinsten of 237,697,528 kr. The total came as a result of a single ticket holder matching all seven numbers in the Lotto 1 draw and securing a Joker prize.