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Viking Lotto Introduction



The EuroMillions may hold the title of the biggest transitional lottery in Europe, but it wasn’t the first to have this idea: that honour goes to the Viking Lotto. This lottery was founded in 1993 as a joint effort by the lottery organisations of nine northern European countries: Iceland, Finland, Norway, Sweden, Denmark, Lithuania, Latvia, Estonia and Slovenia.




How to Play Viking Lotto



The Viking Lotto is drawn just once a week, on Wednesday evening, and it costs just €0.80 to play through the Multilotto website. A Viking Lotto ticket consists of 6 main numbers between 1 and 48 and 1 bonus number between 1 and 8. Players need to match all of these numbers in order to win the Viking Lotto jackpot and there are a total of 8 prize tiers, the lowest of which is paid to players who match 3 main numbers.




You need to be at least 18 years old to play Viking Lotto, but you do not need to reside in any of the participating countries. You can play wherever you are by going through the Multilotto platform.




Jackpots and Records



The biggest ever Viking Lotto win was €35 million and was claimed by a Norwegian player in 2017. The jackpot is always at least 7 figures, which means it has the potential to make a millionaire every draw. However, the slightly higher odds means that rollovers are common, which in turn means that the jackpot can climb higher and higher every week, not unlike other major European lotteries like Eurojackpot and EuroMillions.




Winning Odds of Viking Lotto



The odds of a single ticket winning the Viking Lotto jackpot are 1 in 98 million, which means the Viking Lotto has similar jackpot odds as the Eurojackpot and better odds than the likes of the EuroMillions, Powerball and Mega Millions. The odds of scooping the second highest prize are 1 in 14 million, while the third returns odds of exactly 1 in 389.572.




The odds of winning the smallest prize on the Viking Lotto are 1 in 61. This prize is paid out to players who get three main numbers.


Viking Lotto Introduction



The EuroMillions may hold the title of the biggest transitional lottery in Europe, but it wasn’t the first to have this idea: that honour goes to the Viking Lotto. This lottery was founded in 1993 as a joint effort by the lottery organisations of nine northern European countries: Iceland, Finland, Norway, Sweden, Denmark, Lithuania, Latvia, Estonia and Slovenia.




How to Play Viking Lotto



The Viking Lotto is drawn just once a week, on Wednesday evening, and it costs just €0.80 to play through the Multilotto website. A Viking Lotto ticket consists of 6 main numbers between 1 and 48 and 1 bonus number between 1 and 8. Players need to match all of these numbers in order to win the Viking Lotto jackpot and there are a total of 8 prize tiers, the lowest of which is paid to players who match 3 main numbers.




You need to be at least 18 years old to play Viking Lotto, but you do not need to reside in any of the participating countries. You can play wherever you are by going through the Multilotto platform.




Jackpots and Records



The biggest ever Viking Lotto win was €35 million and was claimed by a Norwegian player in 2017. The jackpot is always at least 7 figures, which means it has the potential to make a millionaire every draw. However, the slightly higher odds means that rollovers are common, which in turn means that the jackpot can climb higher and higher every week, not unlike other major European lotteries like Eurojackpot and EuroMillions.




Winning Odds of Viking Lotto



The odds of a single ticket winning the Viking Lotto jackpot are 1 in 98 million, which means the Viking Lotto has similar jackpot odds as the Eurojackpot and better odds than the likes of the EuroMillions, Powerball and Mega Millions. The odds of scooping the second highest prize are 1 in 14 million, while the third returns odds of exactly 1 in 389.572.




The odds of winning the smallest prize on the Viking Lotto are 1 in 61. This prize is paid out to players who get three main numbers.