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Norway Lotto Introduction



The Norway Lotto is, as the name suggests, the national lottery of Norway, but it can also be played throughout Scandinavia by physical ticket holders and throughout the world by online players.




It is run by Norsk Tipping AS, who are the organiser of state lottery games in Norway and are owned by the Norwegian government. The very first Norway Lotto was drawn in April 1986 and it has helped to pump billions of Norwegian Kroner into the local economy ever since.




There are additional games offered by the Norway Lotto, including the Joker, but these are typically only available to players in Norway who play through one of the official lottery outlets.




How to Play Norway Lotto



A Norway Lotto ticket consists of 7 numbers from a possible 34, in addition to 1 bonus number. In the past the format was considerably different and included 3 bonus numbers, but that has all changed. Players need to be at least 18 years old to play and the draw for the Norway Lotto takes place on Saturday evening at 19:45 local time, with tickets available for sale up to 2 hours prior to this.




Jackpots and Records



The Norway Lotto jackpot is paid to players who match all 7 numbers. There are also four other prize tiers, the lowest of which pays out to players who match four main numbers. The bonus number only comes into play for the second prize tier, triggering a big prize for players who match 6 main numbers and the bonus number.




The largest ever jackpot on the Norway Lotto was €4.9 million, or just under 47 million in the local currency.




Winning Odds of Norway Lotto



The odds of winning the Norway Lotto jackpot are 1 in 5,379,616, which are very low when compared to other national and transnational jackpot odds. The odds of winning the second prize are also low by comparison, at 1 in 256,172.




However, the odds of winning any prize are 1 in 138, which means this is a game for players who want to chase the big prizes and aren’t necessarily interested in the smaller ones.


Norway Lotto Introduction



The Norway Lotto is, as the name suggests, the national lottery of Norway, but it can also be played throughout Scandinavia by physical ticket holders and throughout the world by online players.




It is run by Norsk Tipping AS, who are the organiser of state lottery games in Norway and are owned by the Norwegian government. The very first Norway Lotto was drawn in April 1986 and it has helped to pump billions of Norwegian Kroner into the local economy ever since.




There are additional games offered by the Norway Lotto, including the Joker, but these are typically only available to players in Norway who play through one of the official lottery outlets.




How to Play Norway Lotto



A Norway Lotto ticket consists of 7 numbers from a possible 34, in addition to 1 bonus number. In the past the format was considerably different and included 3 bonus numbers, but that has all changed. Players need to be at least 18 years old to play and the draw for the Norway Lotto takes place on Saturday evening at 19:45 local time, with tickets available for sale up to 2 hours prior to this.




Jackpots and Records



The Norway Lotto jackpot is paid to players who match all 7 numbers. There are also four other prize tiers, the lowest of which pays out to players who match four main numbers. The bonus number only comes into play for the second prize tier, triggering a big prize for players who match 6 main numbers and the bonus number.




The largest ever jackpot on the Norway Lotto was €4.9 million, or just under 47 million in the local currency.




Winning Odds of Norway Lotto



The odds of winning the Norway Lotto jackpot are 1 in 5,379,616, which are very low when compared to other national and transnational jackpot odds. The odds of winning the second prize are also low by comparison, at 1 in 256,172.




However, the odds of winning any prize are 1 in 138, which means this is a game for players who want to chase the big prizes and aren’t necessarily interested in the smaller ones.