Switzerland is a country with a lot of millionaires, and some of them have gained their fortune by winning the lottery. Perhaps they’ve won one of the 18 Jackpots of EuroMillions Switzerland. In Switzerland, EuroMillions is managed by two organizations: Swisslos in the German-speaking regions and the Italian-speaking canton of Ticino, and Loterie Romande in the French-speaking regions.
How to play the extra bonus game at Swisslos?
Interesting about EuroMillions Switzerland is that it organizes to extra games besides EuroMillions. For example, 2 Chance is worth participating in because you have the chance to win 150.000 Swiss Francs, which is about 132.000 euros. During 2 Chance, your five main numbers are entered in a second draw, which means you have an extra chance to win big. Or try the ‘SuperStar’ option instead. In that case you receive a 5-digit code that must match the numbers that appear during the draw. If it’s your lucky day, you win 250.000 Swiss Francs (more than 220.000 euros).
- 2. Chance: Both Swisslos and Loterie Romande offer the “2. Chance” feature, where your EuroMillions numbers are entered into an additional draw. You can win up to CHF 150,000 in this draw.
- Super Star: Swisslos also offers another optional game called “Super Star”, where players have the chance to win up to CHF 250,000.
Prize Claiming: Prizes can be claimed online or at retail locations depending on the prize amount.
Largest Jackpot hit in Switzerland ever
A resident of Switzerland has hit the record jackpot of 210 million euros at EuroMillions in february 2021.
A EuroMillions ticket in Switzerland doesn’t cost much, namely 3,50 Swiss Francs (about 3 euros). It gives you to chance to follow into the footsteps of the player who won the biggest prize in the country ever. He became a multi-millionaire when a Jackpot of 183 million Swiss Francs fell on his ticket! 183 million CHF is about 161 million euros, so it was definitely life-changing!
Swisslos and Loterie Romande
Swisslos (in the German part) and Loterie Romande (in the French part) organize this lottery for both areas in Switzerland. Swisslos and Loterie Romande are the two organizations that manage lottery games, including EuroMillions, in Switzerland. Both organizations operate in different linguistic and geographical regions of the country: