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Swiss Lotto Introduction



The Swiss Lotto is the national lottery of Switzerland and has existed since the 1970s, creating dozens of millionaires a year and hundreds since it was first created.




How to Play Swiss Lotto



The Swiss Lotto costs €2.50 to play on the Multilotto website. A ticket consists of 6 numbers from 1 to 42 and 1 bonus number from 1 to 6. It’s as straightforward as that, and if you play through Multilotto then you can make it quicker and easier by selecting the “QuickPick” option and letting our random number generator choose your numbers for you.




Once you have your ticket then you just need to sit back and wait for the draw, which takes place every Wednesday night at 18:00 and Saturday evening at 16:00 local time. The results will become available on Multilotto shortly after the draw has taken place.




You need to be at least 18 years old to play Swiss Lotto, and every ticket will give you a shot at 8 prize tiers, the lowest of which requires just 3 main numbers.




Jackpots and Records



There have been a number of sizeable Swiss Lotto jackpots over the years. The first of these occurred in March 2010, when it reached CHF37.5 million. In 2013 it passed CHF30 million twice, before reaching CHF48.6 million in August 2014 and then setting its current record of CHF70.1 million in December 2016.




To put this into perspective, 1 Swiss Franc isn’t a great deal less than 1 Euro (1 CHF equates to between roughly €0.80 and €0.90 depending on the exchange rate), which shows you just how large these jackpots were and just why the Swiss Lotto is so highly thought of.




There is a minimum jackpot of CHF1.5 million on the Swiss Lotto, which means there should always be at least a 7 figure sum (in Euros) available.




Winning Odds of Swiss Lotto



The odds of scooping the Swiss Lotto jackpot are 1 in 31,474,716, or just over 1 in 31 million. The odds of winning the second prize are just over 1 in 6.2 million while the smallest prize returns odds of 1 in 44.


Swiss Lotto Introduction



The Swiss Lotto is the national lottery of Switzerland and has existed since the 1970s, creating dozens of millionaires a year and hundreds since it was first created.




How to Play Swiss Lotto



The Swiss Lotto costs €2.50 to play on the Multilotto website. A ticket consists of 6 numbers from 1 to 42 and 1 bonus number from 1 to 6. It’s as straightforward as that, and if you play through Multilotto then you can make it quicker and easier by selecting the “QuickPick” option and letting our random number generator choose your numbers for you.




Once you have your ticket then you just need to sit back and wait for the draw, which takes place every Wednesday night at 18:00 and Saturday evening at 16:00 local time. The results will become available on Multilotto shortly after the draw has taken place.




You need to be at least 18 years old to play Swiss Lotto, and every ticket will give you a shot at 8 prize tiers, the lowest of which requires just 3 main numbers.




Jackpots and Records



There have been a number of sizeable Swiss Lotto jackpots over the years. The first of these occurred in March 2010, when it reached CHF37.5 million. In 2013 it passed CHF30 million twice, before reaching CHF48.6 million in August 2014 and then setting its current record of CHF70.1 million in December 2016.




To put this into perspective, 1 Swiss Franc isn’t a great deal less than 1 Euro (1 CHF equates to between roughly €0.80 and €0.90 depending on the exchange rate), which shows you just how large these jackpots were and just why the Swiss Lotto is so highly thought of.




There is a minimum jackpot of CHF1.5 million on the Swiss Lotto, which means there should always be at least a 7 figure sum (in Euros) available.




Winning Odds of Swiss Lotto



The odds of scooping the Swiss Lotto jackpot are 1 in 31,474,716, or just over 1 in 31 million. The odds of winning the second prize are just over 1 in 6.2 million while the smallest prize returns odds of 1 in 44.