Latest Norway Lotto Results & Prize

Saturday
14 May 2022
Saturday - 14 May 2022
  • 3
  • 5
  • 17
  • 27
  • 29
  • 31
  • 32
  • 16
Winners:
Jackpot:
Saturday
07 May 2022
Saturday - 07 May 2022
  • 1
  • 8
  • 13
  • 14
  • 19
  • 25
  • 26
  • 23
Winners:
Jackpot:
Saturday
30 Apr 2022
Saturday - 30 Apr 2022
  • 3
  • 10
  • 12
  • 24
  • 25
  • 29
  • 34
  • 4
Winners:
Jackpot:
Saturday
23 Apr 2022
Saturday - 23 Apr 2022
  • 6
  • 9
  • 13
  • 15
  • 23
  • 26
  • 33
  • 32
Winners:
Jackpot:
Saturday
16 Apr 2022
Saturday - 16 Apr 2022
  • 1
  • 7
  • 10
  • 14
  • 21
  • 31
  • 32
  • 23
Winners:
Jackpot:
Saturday
09 Apr 2022
Saturday - 09 Apr 2022
  • 1
  • 3
  • 11
  • 14
  • 21
  • 24
  • 30
  • 9
Winners:
Jackpot:
Saturday
02 Apr 2022
Saturday - 02 Apr 2022
  • 2
  • 3
  • 5
  • 18
  • 19
  • 26
  • 28
  • 34
Winners:
Jackpot:
Saturday
26 Mar 2022
Saturday - 26 Mar 2022
  • 1
  • 2
  • 5
  • 9
  • 17
  • 30
  • 33
  • 6
Winners:
Jackpot:
Saturday
19 Mar 2022
Saturday - 19 Mar 2022
  • 1
  • 2
  • 5
  • 6
  • 14
  • 15
  • 16
  • 23
Winners:
Jackpot:
Saturday
12 Mar 2022
Saturday - 12 Mar 2022
  • 3
  • 6
  • 10
  • 20
  • 22
  • 27
  • 29
  • 15
Winners:
Jackpot:

How to Play Norway Lotto (Norsk Tipping), Rules, Guides


The Norwegian lottery can be played in Norway, Scandinavia, Europe and the rest of the world. This is not just a lottery but a mix of games from Norway Lotto. It has a 7/34 matrix and you must be 18 years or older to participate. To play, you must purchase a ticket from a local dealer or online from a registered lottery service.


Norway's Lotto draws take place on Saturday evenings at 18:00 CET. The game costs 5 kr to enter, and there are some great prizes to be won across five different prize tiers. Special SuperLotto raffles are also held at least twice a year, offering larger prize pools compared to normal Lotto draws.


Norway Lotto (Norsk Tipping) history


Norway Lotto AS is the national lottery in Norway that offers many lotteries, sports and games. They are owned by the Norwegian government and started in 1948, to get money for cultural causes. The company runs all odds games that Norway Lotto is one of them, and is today the largest lottery in Norway. 


The money game was started in 1986 and in 2004 the Norwegians played the lottery for 3.5 billion Norwegian kronor. The first draw of this lottery took place on April 12, 1986 and the biggest prize was awarded to a player from Akershus in Norway in December 2012.


How to play Norway Lotto (Norsk Tipping)


As we said, you can play Norway Lotto wherever you are. The lottery has a matrix of 7/34 which means that you choose 7 numbers between 1-34. Previously, this lottery had 3 bonus numbers but now it has only one. The lottery draws every Saturday and the results are published immediately afterwards. 


Choose your numbers yourself or get them automatically selected by using the speed dial. In addition to the 7 main numbers, an additional number is also drawn, in order to determine the consolation prices. The lottery has 4 other price levels. To win the second prize you have to match 6 numbers correctly. 


To win on the other levels 3, 4, and 5 you must select 6, 5 and 4 numbers correctly. If you want to influence your lottery results for better payouts, you should join Joker. This will increase your chances of winning. You should really take the chance to participate in this lottery as you can win millions of dollars each week, the deadline to buy a lottery before the draw is at 18:00 and the draw takes place at 19:45. The results of Norway Lotto are published immediately after the draw.


You must be 18 years or older to participate

You choose 7 numbers between 1-34

Increase your chances of winning by participating in Norway Lotto Joker


You will find Norway Lotto as well as other lotteries that players are interested in. People around the world have had great success with one or more of these lotteries. While you wait for the results, you can easily play at the site's online casino which has slot machines and table class='payout' games.


How to choose Norway Lotto (Norsk Tipping) numbers


Main ball drawn in 2019

Ball 01 drawn 6 time(s).

Ball 02 drawn 6 time(s).

Ball 03 drawn 4 time(s).

Ball 04 drawn 8 time(s).

Ball 05 drawn 13 time(s).

Ball 06 drawn 7 time(s).

Ball 07 drawn 6 time(s).

Ball 08 drawn 10 time(s).

Ball 09 drawn 4 time(s).

Ball 10 drawn 13 time(s).

Ball 11 drawn 8 time(s).


Ball 12 drawn 11 time(s).

Ball 13 drawn 9 time(s).

Ball 14 drawn 9 time(s).

Ball 15 drawn 10 time(s).

Ball 16 drawn 10 time(s).

Ball 17 drawn 4 time(s).

Ball 18 drawn 3 time(s).

Ball 19 drawn 9 time(s).

Ball 20 drawn 8 time(s).

Ball 21 drawn 13 time(s).

Ball 22 drawn 9 time(s).


Ball 23 drawn 6 time(s).

Ball 24 drawn 12 time(s).

Ball 25 drawn 4 time(s).

Ball 26 drawn 11 time(s).

Ball 27 drawn 6 time(s).

Ball 28 drawn 8 time(s).

Ball 29 drawn 9 time(s).

Ball 30 drawn 10 time(s).

Ball 31 drawn 9 time(s).

Ball 32 drawn 10 time(s).

Ball 33 drawn 8 time(s).

Ball 34 drawn 7 time(s).


How do you decide and choose the Norsk Tipping Lotto number to play by looking at the number of draws in the last quarter or the last 30 draws in 2019?


If the ball 34 is taken 7 times in 2019, does it mean that the ball is likely to be drawn or is unlikely to be drawn in the next draw? Honestly, I don't know.


It is impossible to draw any conclusion based solely on the number of times obtained during any time period. You need to look at the minimum and maximum thresholds to understand the trend before viewing the number of draws.


The minimum and maximum thresholds are the lowest and highest frequencies that occur most frequently over a period of time, respectively. This is determined by traversing the lottery history in a consistent manner using a fixed time period.


Determine the trend of Norsk Tipping Lotto numbers


Once the minimum and maximum thresholds have been determined, you can view the number of draws up to the most recent draw in the same time period and decide which Norsk Tipping Lotto number to use based on the calculated informed decision.


Any ball with a number of draws equal to or below the minimum threshold is likely to be drawn in the next draw. Conversely, any ball with a number of bets greater than or equal to the maximum threshold is unlikely to be selected in the next draw.


Joker


You can also enter the Joker draw for an additional 20 kr per line. It can be played alongside the main Norway Lotto and Vikinglotto draws, or it can be played as a standalone game.


You are assigned five random numbers, and you must match two, three, four or five numbers in the exact order they are drawn to win a prize. The more numbers you match, the bigger the prizes.


One player in each draw is randomly chosen as the ‘Joker Candidate’ and is awarded a prize, with the opportunity to play another game to increase their winnings. Norsk Tipping contacts the Joker Candidate directly to play this additional game.


SuperLotto


SuperLotto is a special draw that takes place at certain points throughout the year, with an estimated prize pool of 50 million kr. Every player who buys a line for the normal Lotto draw is entered into the next SuperLotto; the more lines you buy, the more entries you receive. There is no additional cost to play SuperLotto.


The SuperLotto takes the form of a raffle and every winning entry that is drawn wins 1 million kr. For example, if there is 50 million kr in the prize pool, 50 winning entries will be drawn; if there’s 45 million kr in the prize pool, 45 winners will be drawn, and so on.


A portion of the ticket revenue from every Lotto draw funds the prizes for the next SuperLotto.


Test your luck at Norway Lotto (Norsk Tipping)


Why not take part in this breathtaking excitement by buying a Norway Lotto ticket like everyone else has done before you? Those who have won this lottery never thought they would win, but they did! Some just bought two lines, and some more. You can become a winner and all you have to do is create an online account. On several occasions, winnings of at least EUR 2 million or more have been distributed to people in Norway, maybe it's your turn next time?


See all Lotto Norway results.



Norway Lotto Prize and Odds



Rewards are calculated on an equal basis, so they depend on the number of tickets sold and how many players in each tier win the prize. As a result, the amount of personal bonuses may change with the lottery.

The table class='payout' below shows how the Norwegian Lotto is distributed and how likely it is to win at each level:


Numbers 

Matched

Prize Fund 

Distribution

Odds of Winning
70.3721 in 5,379,616
6 + Bonus Number0.05251 in 256,172
60.0551 in 32,021
50.061 in 928
40.3871 in 53
SuperLotto Fund0.0735-

Joker Odds


Numbers matched 

in correct order

Odds of Winning
5 matched1 in 90,000
4 matched1 in 2,045
3 matched1 in 116
2 matched1 in 13