Latest German Lotto 6aus49 Results & Prize
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How to Play LOTTO 6aus49, Info, Rules, Guides
The lotto 6aus49 was launched in 1955 and is the most popular lottery in Germany, it has created the most millionaires in the country than any other lottery. The jackpot is always at least EUR 1 million and is constantly growing even more. A line costs only 1 EUR!
As the name suggests, the German lottery known as Lotto 6aus49 challenges players to correctly predict six balls from a pot of 1-49. In this sense it is similar to some other international lotteries, including the original rules of the UK's National Lottery draw. However, the German lottery differs in that the seventh 'bonus' ball drawn - called the Superzahl, and numbered from 0-9 - must also be matched in order to claim the jackpot. If you match '6 from 49' without the Superzahl, despite that being the name of the game, you will only claim the second prize tier of about €600,000.
You don't choose your own Superzahl number. Instead, it is allocated to you based on the last digit of your coupon number. If you like to play the exact same numbers in each draw, this could be an unwelcome approach, as it makes it impossible to get a precise Superzahl number, but it does help to keep the payouts fair on some of the more traditionally 'lucky' digits.
● The player selects 6 numbers between 1-49
● The player selects an extension number from 0-9
● The draw draws take place every Wednesday 6.25 P.M and Saturday 7.25 P.M.
The record jackpot won on 6aus49 was just over EUR 46 million and was awarded to three lucky winners in December 2007.
How To Play German Lotto 6aus49
A single ticket costs €1, although the retailer may charge you a handling fee for processing your play slip. To win the jackpot, you will need to match all six main draw balls from 1-49 - you choose these on the play slip, or can use an autopick feature to generate them automatically for you - and you must also match the Superzahl, numbered 0-9. You cannot choose this yourself, but it instead matches against the last digit of your lottery ticket number.
Draws take place twice a week on Wednesday at 06:25 p.m. and Saturday at 07:25 p.m.
In total, there are nine prize divisions, and between them these share half of all ticket revenues. The German lottery also operates several other games, including Spiel 77, Super6 and the GlücksSpirale, which act as side-games to the main draw. Spiel 77 and Super6 draws take place on both Wednesday and Saturday, with a single weekly GlücksSpirale draw each Saturday too.
You can choose German Lotto numbers online, wherever you are in the world. See the Lotto Tickets page to find out how you can win the huge jackpots that German players aim for twice a week.
Lotto 6 aus 49 draws
Wednesday draws for Lotto 6 aus 49 are held at 18.25 CET and the Saturday draws are conducted at 19.25 CET. If you’re in Germany, you can watch the televised draws on local channels in your area.