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Poland Lotto Introduction



The Polish Lotto is the national lottery of Poland and is hugely successful in its native home, but this lottery has also grown in popularity all over the world, with players enjoying its low cost, its simplicity and its high jackpots. To many, it is considered one of the best and most underrated lotteries.




How to Play Poland Lotto



The Polish Lotto draw takes place every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday and tickets cost just €1.00 on the Multilotto website. To play, you just need to choose 6 numbers from between 1 and 49. There are no additional number combinations like the MegaSena and no bonus numbers like EuroMillions, making this as straightforward and as easy to play as a lottery can be.




That’s one of the main attractions of the Polish Lotto, but the low ticket price and the high jackpots also help, as discussed elsewhere in this guide.




Jackpots and Records



There are four prize tiers on the Polish Lotto. The highest of these is the jackpot, which is paid to players who match all 6 numbers; the lowest is paid to those who match 3 numbers. The jackpot usually climbs into 7 figures and the largest it has ever been was €9 million.




Like all major lotteries, the Polish Lotto rolls-over to the following week if the jackpot is not claimed and technically it can continue to roll over week after week. However, the Polish Lotto has much smaller odds than other national lotteries, which means the jackpot is usually claimed before it grows too high.




Winning Odds of Poland Lotto



The odds of a Polish Lotto ticket scooping the grand prize are just under 1 in 14 million, or 1 in 13,983,816 to be exact. This puts the Polish Lotto jackpot on the same level as the second prize of the main Spanish Lottery, as well as popular lotteries like the Irish Lotto. To put those odds into perspective, the Mega Millions returns odds of 1 in 302 million for a jackpot win, while the SuperEnaLotto has odds of 1 in 622 million.




The second highest prize on the Polish Lotto returns odds of 1 in 54,201; the third is 1 in 1,032; and the smallest prize has odds of 1 in 57.


Poland Lotto Introduction



The Polish Lotto is the national lottery of Poland and is hugely successful in its native home, but this lottery has also grown in popularity all over the world, with players enjoying its low cost, its simplicity and its high jackpots. To many, it is considered one of the best and most underrated lotteries.




How to Play Poland Lotto



The Polish Lotto draw takes place every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday and tickets cost just €1.00 on the Multilotto website. To play, you just need to choose 6 numbers from between 1 and 49. There are no additional number combinations like the MegaSena and no bonus numbers like EuroMillions, making this as straightforward and as easy to play as a lottery can be.




That’s one of the main attractions of the Polish Lotto, but the low ticket price and the high jackpots also help, as discussed elsewhere in this guide.




Jackpots and Records



There are four prize tiers on the Polish Lotto. The highest of these is the jackpot, which is paid to players who match all 6 numbers; the lowest is paid to those who match 3 numbers. The jackpot usually climbs into 7 figures and the largest it has ever been was €9 million.




Like all major lotteries, the Polish Lotto rolls-over to the following week if the jackpot is not claimed and technically it can continue to roll over week after week. However, the Polish Lotto has much smaller odds than other national lotteries, which means the jackpot is usually claimed before it grows too high.




Winning Odds of Poland Lotto



The odds of a Polish Lotto ticket scooping the grand prize are just under 1 in 14 million, or 1 in 13,983,816 to be exact. This puts the Polish Lotto jackpot on the same level as the second prize of the main Spanish Lottery, as well as popular lotteries like the Irish Lotto. To put those odds into perspective, the Mega Millions returns odds of 1 in 302 million for a jackpot win, while the SuperEnaLotto has odds of 1 in 622 million.




The second highest prize on the Polish Lotto returns odds of 1 in 54,201; the third is 1 in 1,032; and the smallest prize has odds of 1 in 57.