Swiss Lotto results

The latest Swiss Lotto winning numbers online. Swiss Lotto (or Lotto Suisse) is a standard jackpot type lotto game as well as the first lottery offered online for the German and French speaking territories of Switzerland represented respectively by Swiss Loss and Loterie Romande companies. The first draw of SwissLotto was held on 10 January 1970 by Swiss Loss and Loterie Romande using a relatively small matrix of 6/40. On 1 April 1986 Swiss Lotto matrix was increased to 6/45 and later on 18 June 1988 the operators introduced the bonus “Joker Game” feature. Initially Swiss Lotto draws were held only once a week on Saturday until on 8 January 1997 it started using the bi-weekly format with the draws held on Saturday and Wednesday.

Swiss Lotto Winning Numbers


More info about Swiss Lotto
CountrySwitzerland
Numbers to Guess6 from 42
Additional Numbers1 from 6
Jackpot Winning Chances1 in 31 474 716
Next Jackpot54443400
Swiss Lotto is offered by
Lottery Agent Language Support Systematic Syndicate Price Discounts Action
English Pros Cons 6.35 Pros Play Now
English Pros Cons 6.35 Pros Play Now
- Pros Cons 6.35 Pros Play Now

The additional free “rePLAY” category was introduced to Switzerland Lotto on 10 March 2007. On 19 April 2009 the lottery added another category “Swiss Lotto Plus”, removed 4 years later. The current version of Swiss Lotto was approved on 10 January 2013. Please find the detailed lottery review below as well as other useful info such as Swiss lotto results history.

How does it work?

Swiss Lotto is now applying a double matrix of 6/42 + 1/6. In other words the winning combination will consist of the 6 Swiss Lotto numbers out of 42 possible as well as 1 bonus ball out of the 6 possible Swiss Lotto numbers. This bonus number is known in Switzerland's German and French speaking territories respectively as the “Glückszahl” and “N Chance”.

In this way players will have to choose 6 main Swiss Lotto numbers from the guess range of 1 to 42 as well as the bonus one from the guess range of 1 to 6.

Winning the jackpot requires matching the 6+1 combination of Swiss Lotto winning numbers. Starting from 1,500,000 Swiss francs ($ 1.6 mln), Switzerland Lotto jackpot is rolled over to the next draw if there is no winner and increases until it is finally claimed.

To save time players may use an automatic Swiss Lotto numbers generation, the “Quick Tip”. It is similar to the so-called Quick Pick option applied in most American lotto games or the Lucky Dip feature used in UK National Lottery and EuroMillions.

Priced just 2 francs for a standard game Switzerland Lotto ticket may pay off millions! So take a chance to become richer, play and check Swiss Lotto results online.

To hike the winning chances in Swiss Lotto, you may opt to play the supplementary Joker game. In this case apart from the principal Swiss Lotto numbers your ticket will be printed with the 6 additional Joker numbers. It is necessary to match as many numbers drawn last as possible. Players may count on cash prizes even matching the last 2 numbers drawn and will get Super Joker prize if matching all of them. The additional fee for Joker option makes 2 francs.

rePLAY is an additional free game you will take part in every time playing Switzerland Lotto. The ticket will feature an extra field of 13 Swiss Lotto numbers for the rePLAY game. rePLAY draws are held the same days as the Swiss Lotto draws immediately after the main numbers, the bonus and the Joker numbers are drawn. Matching all the numbers in rePLAY game player may use the Quick Tip option for free.

Playing Swiss Lotto

Earlier Switzerland Lotto was available only for Switzerland citizen or tourists visiting this country until it was made available on the Internet for any lottery player aged 18 or older from any part of the world. Playing the game is easy, all you have to do is to choose a lottery agent, choose the numbers wait for the Swiss Lotto results updates.

Swiss Lotto results

What is the best way to keep up with Swiss Lotto results?

Swiss Lotto results are available after the draws held two times a week on Wednesday at 9.40 p.m. and on Saturday at 7.20 p.m. local time (UTC +2).

There are several possible ways to check Swiss Lotto results and find out the winning numbers. For instance they are announced over the radio (SRF1), displayed on 161 page of the teletext and published in the local newspapers.

Besides Swiss Lotto results are available online on the lottery's official web site and our page soon after the draws. Visit out site to find other useful lottery info such as Swiss lotto results history and so on.

Winning odds

Find below the winning odds breakdown depending on the matched Swiss Lotto winning numbers (CN – bonus Chance Number):

 

Prize category

Match

Winning chance, %

Winning odds

1

6 + CN

0.000003 %

1 : 31,474,716

2

6

0.00002 %

1 : 6,294,943

3

5 + CN

0.0007 %

1 : 145,716

4

5

0.003 %

1 : 29,143

5

4 + CN

0.03 %

1 : 3,331

6

4

0.15 %

1 : 666

7

3 + CN

0.45 %

1 : 220

8

3

2.27 %

1 : 44

 

Switzerland Lotto totally offers 8 prize categories for its players so that they stand a fair chance to win money in this lottery.

The chance to win the jackpot matching 6 main Swiss Lotto winning numbers and the bonus number are estimated as 1 in 31,474,716.

Winning the second prize of 1 million francs matching the 6 main Swiss Lotto numbers is estimated as 1 chance in 6,294,943.

The winning odds for Swiss Lotto 3rd and 4th prize categories are respectively 1 in 145,716 and 1 in 29,143. For that players are to match correspondingly 5 main Swiss Lotto numbers + bonus and 4 main numbers.

See the table listing other Switzerland Lotto other prize categories and the corresponding winning combinations and odds.

To win anything in Swiss Lotto you will have to match at least 3 main Swiss Lotto balls with the chances estimated as 1 in 44. Check out Swiss lotto results history to increase your chances.

Record jackpots

Switzerland Lotto largest jackpot of 48.6 mln francs was reported on 23 August 2014 and won by the lucky player from Berne. The winning combination then was 3, 4, 21, 22, 7, 23 and 2 for the bonus ball.

The lottery's 2nd largest jackpot of 35.8 mln francs was delivered on 10 March 2010. The lottery winning numbers then were 31, 34, 16, 20, 41, 43 and 1 for the bonus number.

On 30 November 2013 Swiss Lotto announced its 3rd biggest jackpot of 34.5 mln francs. The lottery winning numbers then were 18, 22, 6, 17, 23, 26 and 3 for the bonus number.

The lottery's 4th record grand prize reaching 32.3 mln francs was won on 5 August 2013. The lottery winning numbers drawn then were 17, 30, 2, 13, 34, 38 and 1 for the bonus number. Take advantage of Swiss lotto results history to hike you chances for success.

Claiming prizes

In case you were lucky to win, you may claim Switzerland Lotto cash prizes as a lump sum and have to do that within 26 weeks from the draw date; otherwise your prize will be declared canceled.

Playing online, prizes up to 1,000 francs are tax free and will be automatically credited to your personal account and can be further transferred to your bank account or used for the upcoming draws. Prizes over 1,000 francs will be credited directly to your bank account (taxes deducted).

Playing online you do not have to worry about the prize request issues. Online lottery service will handle everything so that you will get the money credited to your account as soon as possible.