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The Swiss Lotto is the national lottery of Switzerland and has existed since the 1970s, creating dozens of millionaires a year. There have been a number of sizeable Swiss Lotto jackpots over the years but the first of these occurred in March 2010, when it reached CHF37.5 million. In 2013 it passed CHF30 million twice, before reaching CHF48.6 million in August 2014 and then setting its current record of CHF70.1 million in December 2016.
Select 6 numbers between 1-42 and 1 bonus number from 1-6. Complete as many entries as you like and click the green ‘Add to cart’ button to complete your transaction. Sit back and wait for the results. The draws take place on Wed 14:00 & Sat 12:00.
Overall, there are 8 prize categories, the jackpot of next draw is €5.8 Million. The Odds of Winning the Jackpot is 1/31 474 716. There is a minimum jackpot of CHF1.5 million on the Swiss Lotto, which means there would always be at least a 7 figure sum (in Euros) available.
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Hot numbers are the lottery numbers that appear the most, and Swiss Lotto's hot numbers are 3,28,23,40,35,32. Cold numbers are the numbers that appear infrequently. The Swiss Lotto lottery cold numbers are 21,18,15,27,20,13. Overdue numbers are those numbers that haven't recently appeared in consecutive draws. The numbers that are most recently overdue are 10(92 days),13(85 days),27(82 days),21(61 days),5(61 days),22(47 days). Some lotto fans choose them specifically because of this, believing that their reappearance in Swiss Lotto results is only a matter of time, while others stay clear.
1. Pick 6 main numbers between 1 and 42 from the first drum.
2. Pick 1 additional “Lucky number” between 1 and 6 from the second drum.
3. Check Swiss Lotto results after the draw is held, and see if you’re the latest jackpot winner.
You can get your hands on the jackpot by beating the odds of 1: 31.474.716 - the minimum amount you can scoop by matching the six main numbers and the bonus numbers starts at CHF 1.500.000 (almost €1.400.000). There are also seven additional prizes of smaller value. Unlike some multistate lottery games popular in Europe, Lotto Schweiz doesn’t have a jackpot cap – rollover occurs whenever the top prize isn’t won, and it keeps growing until someone comes along and manages to match all the winning numbers.
Since its inception in 1970s, Swiss Lotto went through many format changes (most recently in 2013 when it assumed its current form) but it always proudly held the title of the favourite game in this country. Over the years, it produced around 700 millionaires, including the winner of the record-breaking jackpot worth CHF 48.000.000 (€44.500.000), which was won in August 2014.
Like many other lotteries, Lotto Schweiz generates a lot of money for charitable causes and is considered one of the most important cultural and sports sponsors in Switzerland.
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