Swiss Lotto

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About Swiss Lotto

The Swiss Lotto is a bi-weekly lottery game, which although based in Switzerland is open to everyone. All you need to do is get your hands on some tickets online. Established way back in 1937, the lottery funds not only prizes but also charitable projects. This lottery set a new jackpot record not too long ago which has inspired many people to give it a go. Switzerland may be known for its political and business centers and top quality watches, but it also has a pretty mean lottery game too.

How to Play Swiss Lotto

In order to play the Swiss Lotto, you’ll have to source a reputable outlet. Games play on a Wednesday and Saturday night, so ensure that you get your tickets before the cut-off time. This is another rollover lottery, so you should aim to check the running total before getting your ticket.

Players will be given a set of panels, depending on how many lines you wish to bet. Within these panels are the numbers 1-42. You’ll also notice a highlighted section at the bottom which contains the numbers 1-6. Players are asked to choose six numbers from each panel, along with a highlighted number. This highlighted section represents the bonus ball.

In order to take home that all-important, coveted jackpot you will have to match all 6 main numbers and the additional bonus ball. It’s a tough ask, but it has been done.

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Swiss Lotto Payouts

The Swiss Lotto was developed for the German-speaking cantons of Switzerland and Ticino. In Switzerland, cantons are similar to the states in the USA. Each is its own separate member of the Swiss Confederation. The Swiss Lotto raises funds to help further sports in the cantons listed above. So, it’s a highly charitable lottery. It contributes to sports in 20 different cantons via the Toto Society.

Now, onto the payouts at Swiss Lotto. Jackpots start in this game at 1.5 million Swiss Francs. If it is not claimed, then it will roll over to the next draw. With two games playing weekly, this gives a massive capacity for the jackpot to reach dizzying heights. Back in 2014 when the jackpot was claimed, it totaled a huge 47.8 million CHF.

Aside from the jackpot, there are 7 other prizes. Even by landing 6 numbers and no bonus ball, you can expect to make substantial gains in this lottery. Prizes are won whenever you land more than 3 balls. If you include the bonus ball along with your matched symbols, then your total will be even higher. Even if you do not win a cash prize, the game still advertises some cool Swiss Lotto tips. You can win these along with another chance to play by landing matching the replay number.

Contact Support and Help

If you have any problems the Swiss Lottousing The Lotter for purchasing tickets or transferring money please use these contact details; Telephone, Live Chat, and Email.

Support Telephone: 0800 1700 409
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Company Information

February 2002
Available Languages
English, Spanish, French, Italian, German, Chinese, Japanese, Russian, Swedish, Portuguese, Polish, Romanian, Hungarian, Dutch.
Accepted Currencies
Affiliate Program
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Our Conclusion

The Swiss Lotto funds some cool sporting endeavours in German-speaking Switzerland, so it’s a perfect option for anyone looking to play a charitable lottery. The prize is somewhere in the mid-range for lotteries, however, with a substantial number of prizes available this game has good odds.

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