Find out everything you need to know about the Danish Lottery through this page. From the different games on offer to information about the biggest winners or how to claim, you can learn more by choosing from the sections below.
Saturday Lotto launched as Denmark’s first draw game in 1989 and others have followed to give players even more opportunities. Viking Lotto began in 1993 and Eurojackpot in 2012. These three games offer the largest prizes in Denmark, alongside the supplementary Joker game, but there’s also a wide variety of other options for you to enjoy.
Taking place every Saturday night, Lotto requires you to pick seven numbers from 1 to 36. The first prize starts at a minimum of 7 million kroner and grows when it is not won, while two players are guaranteed to win 1 million in every draw.Lotto information
Taking place every Saturday night, Lotto requires you to pick seven numbers from 1 to 36. The first prize starts at a minimum of 7 million kroner and grows when it is not won, while two players are guaranteed to win 1 million in every draw.Viking Lotto information
With 18 participating countries and a first prize of at least 75 million kroner, Eurojackpot is one of the biggest lotteries in the world. You have to match five main numbers from 1 to 50 and two Star numbers from 1 to 10 to get the first prize, but there are also 11 other ways to win in total.Eurojackpot information
In Keno, 20 winning numbers from 1 to 70 are selected every day. You have to select how many numbers you want to try and match, plus how much you want to pay per entry. The maximum prize is 22 million kroner.Keno information
Alt Eller Intet (All or Nothing)
This is the game where you want your numbers to be very lucky, or very unlucky. You pick 12 numbers from 1 to 24 and win the top prize of 500,000 kroner if they all come up in the draw, or none of them do.Alt eller Intet information
A game based around football predictions, Tips 13 requires you to select what you think will happen in 13 matches from around the world. Correctly predict at least 10 of the outcomes and you win a share of the prize pool.Tips 13 information
You can also play a number of international lotteries online from Denmark. Games such as EuroMillions, German Lotto and US Powerball can’t be found in your local stores, but it’s easy to take part online and try to win the biggest lottery jackpots in the world. Select a game to find out more.
Help and Information
It is simple to play any lottery game in Denmark, but there are some important details you should know such as how to claim prizes or the rules regarding publicity. Look through the sections below and pick one to discover more information.
Whether you win a multimillion-krone first prize or a smaller payout, you need to claim your money while your ticket is still valid. Entries can expire after as few as 90 days, depending on how much you have won.
As well as building enormous prizes, the revenue raised from ticket sales goes towards benefiting communities across Denmark. Around 1 billion kroner every year is given to worthy projects through the Udlodningsmidler.
Danish players have been known to win prizes of more than 200 million kroner on games such as Eurojackpot and Viking Lotto. Find out about the biggest winners for all of your favourite lotteries.
Get the answers to the most frequently asked questions about the Danish Lottery, including topics such as how to play, what to do if your ticket gets lost or damaged, and much more.
Many scammers use the lottery to try and con money out of innocent victims, claiming they represent an official company. Remember that the only way to win a prize is to buy a ticket and match the numbers.
The Danish Lottery needs to get permission from a player before releasing their details. Find out whether Denmark’s biggest winners have gone public or stayed anonymous, as well as some of the merits for both options.
The origins of the Danish Lottery date back to the 1930s and 1940s, but it is only since 1989 that draw-based games have been offered. Check out a timeline of the key events to have taken place in Lotto, Viking Lotto and Eurojackpot.