Norsk Tipping Review
If you’re Norwegian and want to bet on lotteries and other games, check out Norsk Tipping. No for your chance to win. The rules and regulations get a little confusing as they are different for what you choose to play. And you better be able to read Norwegian to be able to check out the fine print on playing. I remind you that this site is for Norwegians in Norwegian.
The Games at Norsk-tipping.no – Let’s Talk Lotteries
There are seven games you can bet on at Norsk Tipping – Lotto, Vikinglotto, Nabolaget, EuroJackpot, Extra, Joker, and Keno. Of course, you recognize EuroJackpot as one of the most popular international lotteries. Vikinglotto is a game played weekly in cooperation with other Scandinavian countries. Lotto is a game played each Saturday involving choosing seven numbers out of 34. Norsk-tipping.no also offers combo games under Andelsbank. You can play it on your phone or PC. Their games are also available at supermarkets, kiosks and catering outlets.
Other Stuff at Norsk Tipping
KongKasino offers a bunch of different casino games – both in real time and test games to try it out. Flax is a scratch game. Bingoria is, yes, Bingo – players can jump in any time a day from 7:00 am to 3:00 am. There is also chatting with players while playing their 75, 90 or 30 ball bingo.
Check Out Nabolaget – A Neighborhood Game
This daily draw goes each night each week with main prizes of NOK 10,000 up to Friday’s of a million Krones. If there are neighbors of the primary winner that have played, they also win something. The prize is determined by the geographical distance to the jackpot winner.
Norsk Tipping and Limits
One of the exciting things at this betting site is the fact that there is a maximum amount of money you can bet each day and month. The limit is NOK (Norwegian Krone) 20,000 or roughly USD 2,360. Some of the games have lower limits. Take Belago – you can only play NOK 900 per day (USD 100) or NOK 4,400 ($520) per month.
Who Can Play?
Players at Norsk Tipping must be 18 years or older, have a mobile phone and a bank card – ah, and a social security number. Registration is through your mobile phone whether you choose to play through the app or on your computer. Players are encouraged to use Buypass for both their ID to play and payments. The Norwegian Ministry of Culture sets the rules and regulations.
Norsk-tipping.no has a snail mail and email address, telephone number and online chatting from Monday to Saturday 8:00 am to 3:00 pm, and Sunday/Public Holidays 10:00 am to 3:00 pm. They also have an address and phone number for an accountancy firm as a third party for any concerns.
The Bottom Line at Norsk-tipping.no
This site has some interesting lottery games though not the full selection offered by many other online lottery providers. But the selection of options is interesting including their casino games and bingo. It’s an official government-owned site.
Official Site Operated by the Government
Good Customer Service
Lots of Different Types of Games
Only in Norwegian
Only for Norwegians
Norse-tipping.no gets a thumb’s up for Norwegians and a thumb’s down for the rest of the world. I really like the bingo option. The bottom line is this is only for people in Norway.