Swedish lottery

Swedish Lottery refers to the various lotteries and games held in Sweden. Here are some famous lotteries in Sweden:

Svenska Spel

This is one of the largest gambling companies in Sweden and offers a variety of lotteries, including Lotto, Joker, Eurojackpot and Vikinglotto. Svenska Spel is owned by the Swedish government and is licensed to offer gaming.


Svenska Spel’s Lotto is a popular weekly lottery in which players choose seven numbers ranging from 1 to 35. The player who correctly selects all seven numbers wins the jackpot. There are additional prize categories for players who correctly guess certain numbers.


Joker is an add-on game that can be played with the lotto. Players can add an extra Joker number to their lotto ticket for a chance to win additional prizes. Joker numbers are randomly generated when a ticket is purchased.

Lotto is a classic Swedish number lottery run by Svenska Spel since 1980. If you want to get the highest win, you need to score seven dishes from 35 numbers. It is enough to have two rights to win and statistically you win about once on 55 lines.

With each lottery draw, the game Joker is also decided, which can be said to be a side game of the regular lottery. You choose whether you want to play for 10, 20 or 30 crowns. Your Joker lottery number is seven digits, you win if your numbers, at the beginning or end of this number, coincide with the joker line drawn during the lottery draw. You could buy a ticket online at thelotter.


Eurojackpot is a European lottery played in several countries, including Sweden. Players choose five main numbers from a range of 1 to 50 and two additional “euro numbers” from a range of 1 to 10. To win the jackpot, a player must match all seven numbers.


Vikinglotto is a regional lottery played in Scandinavian countries, including Sweden. Players choose six main numbers from a range of 1 to 48 and a “Viking number” from a range of 1 to 8. The player who correctly selects all seven numbers wins the jackpot.

Postal code lottery ticket

This is a popular postcode lottery in Sweden. Players buy lottery tickets and draw winning postal codes. Prizes are distributed to people living in the winning postcode. Besides individual awards, community awards are also given to entire postcodes.


Triss is a popular Swedish scratch-off. Players buy scratch-off tickets with hidden prizes. By scratching off the scratch-off layer, players can see if they have won a prize.