Norway - Lotto



Past Results

Saturday 17 Feb 2024
  • 4
  • 6
  • 17
  • 19
  • 25
  • 29
  • 31
  • 15
Jackpot
14,000,000kr


Winning Numbers

The Most Common Drawn Lotto Numbers - Hot Numbers
31
Drawn 56 times
7 Days ago
17 Feb 2024
5
Drawn 55 times
42 Days ago
13 Jan 2024
24
Drawn 54 times
21 Days ago
03 Feb 2024
29
Drawn 54 times
7 Days ago
17 Feb 2024
2
Drawn 54 times
63 Days ago
23 Dec 2023
22
Drawn 53 times
21 Days ago
03 Feb 2024
23
Drawn 53 times
28 Days ago
27 Jan 2024
6
Drawn 19 times
28 Days ago
27 Jan 2024
The Least Often Drawn Lotto Numbers - Cold Numbers
35
Drawn 4 times
1,438 Days ago
18 Mar 2020
44
Drawn 5 times
1,459 Days ago
26 Feb 2020
45
Drawn 5 times
1,536 Days ago
11 Dec 2019
40
Drawn 6 times
1,368 Days ago
27 May 2020
42
Drawn 6 times
1,340 Days ago
24 Jun 2020
36
Drawn 7 times
1,361 Days ago
03 Jun 2020
48
Drawn 7 times
1,340 Days ago
24 Jun 2020
26
Drawn 2 times
336 Days ago
25 Mar 2023
The statistics are generated from 2019 to the latest draw


Lotto

Lotto is Norway’s main national lottery game.

Draws take place once a week on Saturdays at 19:45 local time and are broadcast live on national television. Ticket sales close at 18:00 on draw days and resume shortly afterward.

Entry costs NOK 10.00 for a minimum of two lines, with additional lines available for NOK 5.00 each.

To play, choose seven numbers between 1 and 34, or go for a Quick Pick for numbers generated at random. An eighth ball is drawn, but this is solely a bonus ball to decide the second-tier prize, with players needing to choose no extra numbers.

In System Entry, players choose up to 12 numbers that are then entered into the draw as multiple combinations to enhance the chances of winning. These numbers can be randomly generated.

In Andelsbank, players buy a 10% stake in a collection of tickets, sharing potential winnings with fellow participants. NOK 500 buys a share of 1,000 entries.

Players can add a Joker to their ticket for an extra NOK 20.00, receiving a random five-digit number that must be matched in the order drawn to win the jackpot. Secondary prizes are also available. Additionally, one lucky Joker participant wins an extra cash prize, which can be risked for a chance to win even more money.

Super Lotto draws take place four times a year, with players entering an additional raffle game for a chance to win a guaranteed NOK 1 million prize.

Jackpot

Lotto has a minimum jackpot of NOK 2.5 million, with the jackpot accumulating each time it fails to be won.

The biggest ever winning Lotto jackpot was NOK 46 million in 2012.

Odds and Prizes

The odds of winning the Lotto jackpot are 1 in 5,379,616.

Players can win prizes at five different tiers, with 1 in 11 overall odds of winning something.

Prize Category Numbers Matched Winning Odds Winning Odds %
1 7 1 in 5,379,616 0.00002
2 6, plus Bonus Ball 1 in 768,516 0.0001
3 6 1 in 29,558 0.003
4 5 1 in 729 0.14
5 4 1 in 52 1.9

Payout and Taxes

Players have up to 60 days to claim Lotto prizes, which are paid out as lump sums only.

Norway does not levy tax on lottery winnings, but overseas players should check local tax laws to find out if prizes need to be declared at home.

Who Can Play Lotto?

Players must be at least 18 years of age to play Lotto.

Tickets are available from the official website, mobile app or from authorized lottery retailers across Norway

Overseas players can play Lotto via selected Lottery Agent websites.

History of Lotto

Launched in 1986, Lotto is operated by state-owned Norsk Tipping.

Prior to 2015, two bonus balls were drawn instead of just one. Also, there were regular millionaire raffle games before the current Superdraw format was introduced.