How to play Viking Lotto?
To play Viking Lotto you need to select six numbers from 1 to 48 and one Viking number from 1 to 8.
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Generated numbers for
Wed, 03 Nov 2021
Generated numbers for
Wed, 27 Oct 2021
Prize amount based on prize breakdown for Wednesday 30th September 2020.
Additional FAQs about Viking Lotto
Ticket prices vary with each country, ranging from just 81p to £1.10.
Yes, the first six numbers are extracted from a pool while the Viking Ball from a second one, therefore the numbers can be repeated.
There are ten different tiers of prizes with different odds as below:
|Prize Tier||Match||Odds of Winning||Odds of Winning w/o Viking Number|
|1 (Jackpot)||6 numbers + Viking Ball||1 in 98,172,096||-|
|2||6 numbers||1 in 14,024,585||1 in 12,271,512*|
|3||5 numbers + Viking Number||1 in 389,572||-|
|4||5 numbers||1 in 55,653||1 in 48,696*|
|5||4 numbers + Viking Number||1 in 7,601||-|
|6||4 numbers||1 in 1,086||1 in 950*|
|7||3 numbers + Viking Number||1 in 428||-|
|8||3 numbers||1 in 61||1 in 53*|
|9||2 numbers + 1 Viking Number||1 in 58||-|
|10||2 numbers||1 in 8||1 in 7*|
|Overall odds: 1:51|
The minimum prize is €3 million (approximately £2,7 million) and it rolls over if nobody wins it; the maximum jackpot is €35 million.
If the jackpot is not won in any given draw, it rolls over to the next one and continues to do so until a player wins it or it reaches €35 million. The prize is capped at this amount, so if it is still not won after this point, any additional funds from ticket sales are diverted down to the second prize tier, which also has a cap of €35 million.
As Viking Lotto is a transnational game, the way to claim your prize changes according to which country you have purchased your ticket into.
Find more information on Viking Lotto's How To Claim webpage
Tickets can be purchased in any of the participating countries (Norway, Sweden, Denmark, Iceland, Finland, Latvia, Lithuania, Estonia, Slovenia). Visit third party websites offering to purchase tickets on your behalf, should you not be in any of the 9 participating countries.