Nobel Prize Money 2022: How Much Do Winners Get?

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Nobel prize amounts have fluctuated over the years, and the varying strength of the dollar and krona have affected the dollar value of the award as well.

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In 1940, the Nobel prize money was $16,038. Value in 2021: $313,390.54

Nobel Prize: 1940s

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In 1950, the Nobel prize money was $19,016. Value in 2021: $215,856.85

Nobel Prize: 1950s

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In 1960, the Nobel prize money was $26,155. Value in 2021: $241,727.87

Nobel Prize: 1960s

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In 1970, the Nobel prize money was $46,294. Value in 2021: $326,404.91

Nobel Prize: 1970s

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In 1980, the Nobel prize money was $101,848. Value in 2021: $338,134.12

Nobel Prize: 1980s

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In 1990, the Nobel prize money was $462,947. Value in 2021: $968,990.22

Nobel Prize: 1990s

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In 2000, the Nobel prize money was $1,000,000. Value in 2021: $1,588,658.54

Nobel Prize: 2000s

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In 2010, the Nobel prize money was $1,157,368. Value in 2021: $1,452,001.74

Nobel Prize: 2010s

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In 2020, the Nobel prize money was $1,157,368. Value in 2021: $1,208,677.20

Nobel Prize: 2020s

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Along with their 18-karat gold medals, this year's Nobel Prize winners will each get 10 million Swedish kronor. That's $911,765.