Second SuperLotto Draw Of The Year
SuperLotto is a raffle held alongside Norway Lotto, and excitement is building ahead of the second draw of the year. It is being held on Sankthansaften, a religious feast day also known as Jonsok or St. John’s Eve, which celebrates the birth of John the Baptist.
Forty-two Lotto players in Norway celebrated becoming overnight millionaires in the first SuperLotto draw of 2018, held on 31st March. Winners were spread amongst different regions across Norway, including Frogn, Nannestad, Radøy and Saltdal, and players will be hoping they’re celebrating when the winning codes are revealed this time.
What Is SuperLotto?
Launched on 1st January 2012, SuperLotto draws are held at various times throughout the year. The prize pool, which can vary from draw-to-draw, is always bigger compared to normal Lotto draws. Lotto ticket holders are automatically entered into SuperLotto draws at no extra cost, receiving a ticket for every standard Lotto game they have entered since the previous SuperLotto was held.
The raffle awards 1 million kr to each winner, so with a prize pool of 34 million kr (€3.6 million) available on this occasion, 34 prizes of 1 million kr will be awarded. The prize pool is built up over the course of year, with roughly 10% of the prize fund from each Lotto draw going towards the SuperLotto prize pool.
Vikinglotto Draw Tonight
The Vikinglotto jackpot hasn’t been won since 11th April, and there’s an estimated jackpot worth €16.9 million up for grabs in tonight’s draw. Visit our Play Vikinglotto page to pick your numbers and be in with a chance of winning.