Greece Lotto Winning Numbers

Greece Lotto is a 6 number lottery game. To win €485,150 Greece Lotto jackpot, you have to match 6 main numbers.

Greece Lotto Past Results and Winning Numbers

The Greece Lotto result archive contains the results from 01-01-2000 10:00pm EET up to the last ones. You only need to select the right date from the list.

Wednesday 19th June 2024, 10:00pm 07 09 13 31 32 44
Saturday 15th June 2024, 10:00pm 13 22 40 41 47 48
Wednesday 12th June 2024, 10:00pm 05 13 14 16 26 33
Saturday 8th June 2024, 10:00pm 11 24 26 32 45 49
Wednesday 5th June 2024, 10:00pm 03 13 36 37 38 48
Saturday 1st June 2024, 10:00pm 09 11 16 25 31 45
Wednesday 29th May 2024, 10:00pm 08 20 23 24 30 44
Saturday 25th May 2024, 10:00pm 02 07 26 39 45 49
Wednesday 22nd May 2024, 10:00pm 03 05 22 30 39 48
Wednesday 4th October 2023, 10:00pm 08 12 31 34 38 42 16

Greece Lotto Prizes

The Greece Lotto features 5 prize divisions. To win any prize in Greece Lotto, you have to match 0 number. Chances to hit the Greece Lotto jackpot are 1: 13 983 816. To see all the Greece Lotto odds, go to the REVIEW tab.

Divisions Match Payout per Winner
1 Prize 5 + 1 €1,200,000.00
2 Prize 5 €1,000.00
3 Prize 4 €30.00
4 Prize 3 €2.00
5 Prize €1.00

Greece Lotto Hot and Cold Numbers

Greece Lotto hot numbers are the lottery numbers that appear the most in drawings. Greece Lotto cold numbers are the numbers that appear infrequently. Some lotto players choose them specifically because of the frequency, believing that their reappearance in Greece Lotto results is only a matter of time, while others stay clear.

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Greece Lotto Jackpot History

The jackpot history tool will enable you to see the changes in the biggest Greece Lotto jackpots over time. Use the data to carry out analysis, comparisons and predictions for the next Greece Lotto jackpot.

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Greece Lotto Number Generator

The Greece Lotto generator provides FREE lucky numbers for Greece Lotto draws. All you need to do is to enter your name, your birth date, and the day of the draw you plan to participate in.

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Greece Lotto Review

Greece Lotto (ΛΟΤΤΟ) is probably one of the most popular games from the land of Sirtaki and endless beaches. This is a lottery with a lengthy history and a couple of noteworthy jackpots. Lotto originated back in 1990, and since then, ticket costs have remained famously low. This is just one of the reasons why people like Lotto so much.

Lotto is organized by OPAP – the Greek Organization of Football Prognostics. OPAP has a lengthy and prolific history that started way back in 1958. Before moving on to national lotteries and as its name suggests, OPAP was responsible for football game betting (or as Americans would call it – soccer).

The game is a traditional draw-style lottery, but a couple of characteristics make Lotto tickets highly desirable. For a start, there are two weekly drawings. There’s also a minimum guaranteed jackpot characterized by a tendency to grow in the event of no winners.

Have we gotten you interested yet? Here are a couple of additional essentials you need to know about the Greek Lotto.

How to Play Greece Lotto

Playing Lotto isn’t rocket science.

Choose six numbers from a pool of 49. That’s right; Lotto follows one of the most prominent draw-style lottery formats in the world. A single ticket costs 0.50 euros per line, and it’s up to you to decide if you’re going to use your numbers or go for a quick pick ticket.

Apart from the six main numbers, you have to choose an additional digit. The additional number isn’t needed to win the jackpot. It has an impact on the second prize tier, for which you’d need to have a correct combination of 5 + 1 digits.

Players can also choose alternative gameplay methods that potentially improve the odds of winning a prize.

Lotto offers a standard system gameplay opportunity. In the case of system play, you select and mark more numbers on the play slip than the ones required to win a prize. You can choose anywhere between nine and 16 numbers as a part of a Greek Lotto system.

Systems make it more likely for you to claim a prize because a single ticket contains several numerical combinations. Also, system play increases the chance of claiming multiple lower-tier prizes.

There are also permutation systems, full development systems, and several other more advanced Lotto gameplay options. You can discover the rules and the ways to fill out the play slip on the Lotto official website. OPAP retail venues and agencies also feature the information needed to choose the gameplay method you’re most comfortable with.

Drawings take place each Wednesday and Saturday. You can either buy a ticket for an upcoming drawing or select a ticket that will be entered in multiple consecutive lottery draws (up to 74).

There is one final gameplay opportunity we need to discuss, and that’s the additional PROTO game.

Proto is an add-on game that you may decide to activate at the time of buying your Lotto ticket. The Proto option is available at the bottom of the play slip – mark it with a pen. To play Proto, you have to mark a seven-digit number. The terminal at the retail agency can generate a random seven-digit number, as well. There are six prize tiers that Proto players can claim on top of the main Lotto prize.

Tickets for Lotto and Proto can be bought throughout Greece. There are no restrictions concerning the nationality of the players, as long as they’re of legal age.

Greece Lotto Prizes and Payouts

Lotto has a minimum guaranteed jackpot of 300,000 euros for those who guess all six numbers. In the event of no winner, the sum will roll over towards the next drawing. The odds of matching the six winning numbers are one in 13.98 million.

The biggest jackpot in the history of the game came after a long streak with no winners back in 2010. At the time, the top prize had reached a massive 7.5 million euro. A single ticket holder won the entire amount. The second jackpot of seven million euros fell just one year later.

Those who match the five main numbers and the one additional will win the second prize of 50,000 euros. Matching the five main numbers only results in an award of 1,500 euros, four numbers – 30 euro and three numbers produce the lowest prize of 1.5 euros.

Proto has seven prize tiers. Matching the whole seven-digit number produces the top prize, but it’s not a fixed amount. This is the only pari-mutuel Proto tier, while all of the others provide fixed awards. Matching the first six digits of the winning number produces a prize of 25,000 euros, and matching the first two or the last two digits of the winning number results in the lowest Proto prize of two euro.

Keep in mind that all lottery prizes in Greece are subjected to an income tax. Awards of up to 500 euro are taxed at 15 percent, and for more substantial rewards, the income tax goes up to 20 percent.

Greece Lotto Results

You can obtain the Greece Lotto results in several ways.

Watching the official drawing, if you happen to be in Greece, will give you immediate information. You can also visit the OPAP retail agencies to find out what are the latest Lotto numbers drawn. The OPAP official website also provides results, and you can also check your ticket to find out if you’ve won anything.

Lottery Pros is also dedicated to providing accurate information, including Greece Lotto results. You can discover the latest drawing results here, and we also feature a comprehensive archive where you can check data for past drawings and use that for reference purposes.

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