Poland Lottery Results
Latest Poland lottery results, winning numbers and rules. Find all the information you need about lotteries in Poland. Check your ticket or search past draws if you won the jackpot. 🍀
Poland Winning Numbers
Poland Lottery Games
Lotteries are a popular fixture of Polish culture, with a number local daily draws and modest jackpots available, plus much more lucrative transnational games with opportunities to win truly life-changing sums of money. National lotteries are operated by state owned Totalizator Sportowy, founded in Poland in 1955.
Lotto is Poland’s oldest and most popular national lottery game, having used a traditional Six from 49 format since its launch in 1957. While the minimum jackpot is relatively modest for this format, rollovers are common, with jackpots frequently reaching far higher sums of money.
As well as opting for a standard ticket, participants can choose System Entry to add up to 12 numbers to one ticket to improve the odds of winning. Players can also choose the Lotto Plus option to enter a second draw that uses the same format, but with smaller prizes, with each Lotto ticket being printed with a Super Szansa code for entry into a PLN 2 million raffle draw.
Mini Lotto is a popular lottery game that gives participants the chance to win significant prizes on a daily basis. Mini Lotto doesn’t have a minimum jackpot, but there are no rollovers either; instead, if no-one matches the five selections necessary to win, the jackpot rolls down to four or even three numbers!
Due to being a daily draw, Mini Lotto doesn’t have any secondary games.
In addition to being played in Poland, EuroJackpot is available in a further 17 countries.
Although the odds of winning EuroJackpot are far higher than Lotto and Mini Lotto, the size of the jackpot and the opportunity to win at 12 prize tiers results in the game being very popular across the country despite not having any secondary games.
Poland Lottery Game Schedule
The below table provides an overview of the schedule for each Polish lottery game.
Poland Lottery Odds and Jackpots
|Lottery Game||Winning Odds||Minimum Jackpot|
|Lotto||1 in 13,983,816||PLN 2 million|
|Mini Lotto||1 in 850,668||Depends on ticket sales|
|EuroJackpot||1 in 95,344,200||EUR 10 million|
What are the Biggest Polish Lottery Wins?
The biggest lottery jackpot won in Poland to date was from EuroJackpot, with a single ticket holder winning EUR 45 million (approximately PLN 201 million) in May 2019.
The biggest winning Lotto jackpots to date are:
- PLN 57.8 million on May 7, 2016.
- PLN 56.2 million on September 27, 2011.
- PLN 51.3 million on November 6, 2012.
Is Tax Paid on Polish Lottery Winnings?
10% tax is payable on lottery winnings in Poland, but because this is built into the ticket price, players keep everything.
Overseas players should check local tax laws to find out if they need to declare winnings for income tax purposes at home.
Mobile Apps for Poland Lotteries
|Lottery Operator||Lottery Game||Mobile Website||Mobile App||Buy Ticket||iTunes||Google Play|
How to Contact Poland Lottery Operators
Contact information for each Polish lottery operator is listed below.
|Operator||Games||Official Website||Main Address||Local Tel. No.|
Ul. Targowa 25,
22 818 71 09
How Can I Purchase Lottery Tickets in Poland?
Tickets for Lotto, Mini Lotto and EuroJackpot are available from over 16,000 Totalizator Sportowy points of sale across Poland, as well as online via the official website and mobile apps.
Can Overseas Players Play Polish Lottery Games?
Yes. Lotto, Mini Lotto and EuroJackpot are all available on selected lottery agent websites.
How Old Must I Be to Play Polish Lotteries?
Players must be at least 18 years of age to play Polish lotteries.
How Do I Claim Polish Lottery Prizes?
Players have up to 60 days to claim prizes (all games).
Lotto and Mini Lotto prizes are paid out as lump sums only, while EuroJackpot winners can choose to receive a lump sum or annual payments.
How are the Proceeds of Polish Lotteries Spent?
Totalizator Sportowy contributes part of its profits for the construction and repair of sports facilities and cultural venues across Poland, while also providing funds to pay for the purchase of equipment in these sectors.