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Even though Danish lottery operator Danske Spil was established in 1948,
its first draw didn’t take place until 1989. Even today, the number of
lottery games available in Denmark are limited, although those that do
exist are very popular. As well as participating in local games, Danes can
participate in transnational games across Scandinavia and the rest of
Europe for extra chances to win huge sums of money.
Lotto is Denmark’s national lottery game, giving players the chance to win
a variety of different prizes.
Included in the ticket price of DKK 5.00 is entry into two raffle draws,
both of which offer a guaranteed prize of DKK 1 million. Players can also
take advantage of features such as System Entry and Good Luck to enhance
their chances of taking home a prize, while Joker is available for an
additional DKK 10.00, with a minimum jackpot of DKK 10 million on offer.
In addition to being played in Denmark, EuroJackpot is available in a
further 17 countries, and although the odds of winning EuroJackpot are huge
even by modern lottery standards, there is an increased likelihood of
Although EuroJackpot doesn’t have any secondary games, prizes are available
at 12 different tiers for plenty of opportunities to win!
Vikinglotto is also a transnational lottery game, with players in eight
further countries taking part. Despite having longer odds and fewer prize
tiers than EuroJackpot, Vikinglotto is hugely popular thanks to its midweek
scheduling and the availability of System Entry and a separate Joker game.
The below table provides an overview of the schedule for each Danish
The biggest Lotto jackpot win to date was DKK 72 million, shared by three
winning tickets in 2009.
The biggest Lotto jackpot won by a single ticket holder was DKK 38.5
million in 2008, while a Danish ticket holder won a EuroJackpot prize of
EUR 50 million (approximately DKK 36.5 million) in 2015.
Yes. This is deducted by the operator at source, enabling players to take
home the advertised full cash amount for each game.
Contact information for each Danish lottery operator is listed below.
Tickets for Lotto, EuroJackpot and Vikinglotto are available from the
official Danske Spil website and at authorized lottery retailers across
Players can buy tickets for all three games if they wish using the Play
Together feature to ensure separate entry into each draw throughout the
Yes. In addition to Lotto, both EuroJackpot and Vikinglotto are also
available on selected lottery agent websites.
Players must be at least 18 years of age to play Danish lotteries.
Players have up to 60 days to claim prizes (all games).
Players who win EuroJackpot can choose a lump sum payout or annual
payments, while Lotto and Vikinglotto prizes are paid out as lump sums
Danske Spil distributes its proceeds to a variety of good causes across
Denmark, whose efforts are also supported by a variety of independent
charitable lottery organizations that run various games across the country.