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Finland Lotto Introduction



The Finnish are some of the biggest lottery players in the world, as evidenced by their close connection to the Eurojackpot, and the fact that they have more jackpot winners than the vast majority of participating countries. They also have their own national lottery, known as the Finland Lotto (to the rest of the world, at least) and they are just as passionate about this game as they are about Eurojackpot.




Finland Lotto is known as the Veikkaus Lotto in Finland and was first drawn in 1971.




How to Play Finland Lotto



The Finland Lotto is one of the most straightforward games around. A ticket costs €1.00 through the Multilotto website and requires players to choose a total of 7 numbers from 1 to 40. There are 6 prize tiers, and the jackpot is paid to players who match all 7 numbers.




There is also a bonus ball drawn, but this is not selected by the player and only comes into play when players get 6/7 or 3/7 main numbers, in which case it creates the second highest and the lowest prizes.




The Finland Lotto is one of the only major global lotteries that has not changed at all since it was first founded. This means that the format you see today is the same one that was used nearly 50 years ago.




Jackpots and Records



The Finland Lotto has a minimum jackpot of €700,000, and if the jackpot is not won then it will roll-over into the following draw. The highest that this jackpot has ever climbed was €14.1 million, a long way from the minimum jackpot and a tasty sum that brought a lot of attention to this lottery.




Winning Odds of Finland Lotto



The odds of winning the Finland Lotto jackpot are 1 in 18,643,560, which means it’s less than other lotteries like the UK National Lottery. The odds of winning the smallest prize are 1 in 107, but at 1 in 97 there are actually better odds for the second smallest prize.


Finland Lotto Introduction



The Finnish are some of the biggest lottery players in the world, as evidenced by their close connection to the Eurojackpot, and the fact that they have more jackpot winners than the vast majority of participating countries. They also have their own national lottery, known as the Finland Lotto (to the rest of the world, at least) and they are just as passionate about this game as they are about Eurojackpot.




Finland Lotto is known as the Veikkaus Lotto in Finland and was first drawn in 1971.




How to Play Finland Lotto



The Finland Lotto is one of the most straightforward games around. A ticket costs €1.00 through the Multilotto website and requires players to choose a total of 7 numbers from 1 to 40. There are 6 prize tiers, and the jackpot is paid to players who match all 7 numbers.




There is also a bonus ball drawn, but this is not selected by the player and only comes into play when players get 6/7 or 3/7 main numbers, in which case it creates the second highest and the lowest prizes.




The Finland Lotto is one of the only major global lotteries that has not changed at all since it was first founded. This means that the format you see today is the same one that was used nearly 50 years ago.




Jackpots and Records



The Finland Lotto has a minimum jackpot of €700,000, and if the jackpot is not won then it will roll-over into the following draw. The highest that this jackpot has ever climbed was €14.1 million, a long way from the minimum jackpot and a tasty sum that brought a lot of attention to this lottery.




Winning Odds of Finland Lotto



The odds of winning the Finland Lotto jackpot are 1 in 18,643,560, which means it’s less than other lotteries like the UK National Lottery. The odds of winning the smallest prize are 1 in 107, but at 1 in 97 there are actually better odds for the second smallest prize.