German Lotto

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Drawn on: Wednesday, 28th June 2017
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Drawn on: Saturday, 24th June 2017
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Drawn on: Wednesday, 21st June 2017
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Drawn on: Saturday, 17th June 2017
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Drawn on: Saturday, 10th June 2017
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Drawn on: Wednesday, 07th June 2017
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Having its first draw held back on 9 October 1955, the German Lotto is considered to be one of the longest-running lottery games in Europe. Also known as Lotto 6 aus 49, the lottery is operated by Deutscher Lotto-un Totoblock which is a conglomeration of 16 regional lottery operators in Germany. Each of these lottery operators takes turns in operating the group, with a new leader taking position every three years.

Draws for the German Lotto were initially held once a week every Saturday. However, in 1982, the organisers added a Wednesday draw to the schedule. Moreover, in June 1986, the game’s matrix was changed from 7/38 to 6/49. In May 2013, there were additional rule changes, including Superzahl as well as the enhanced odds of winning a prize. From an overall 1 in 54 odds, the starting odds improved to 1 in 31.

German Lotto Odds and Prizes

Prize Division Match Odds % of Prize Pool
1 6 + Superzahl 1 in 139,838,160 12.80%
2 Match 6 1 in 15,537,573 10%
3 5 + Superzahl 1 in 542,008 5%
4 Match 5 1 in 60,223 15%
5 4 + Superzahl 1 in 10,234 5%
6 Match 4 1 in 1,147 10%
7 3 + Superzahl 1 in 567 10%
8 Match 3 1 in 63 45%
9 2 + Superzahl 1 in 76 Fixed amount

German Lotto Supplementary Games

Aside from the main jackpot game which features nine prize tiers, there are supplementary games you can play which can help you improve your odds of winning a prize. They are as follows…

Spiel 77

You can play Spiel 77 as a supplementary game along with the main German Lotto. If you want to add this feature to your ticket, you have to pay an additional fee. After adding the feature, a seven-digit number will be randomly generated on the ticket. The last number will act as the Superzahl for the main draw. If you match some or all of the numbers in order, you will win considerable cash prizes. You will be delighted to know that the jackpot for Spiel 77 always starts at a minimum of €177,777. The value increases whenever nobody manages to match the numbers drawn in exact order.

Spiel 77 Odds and Prizes

Prize Division Match Odds % of Prize Pool
1 7 numbers in order Minimum €177,777 1 in 10,000,000
2 6 numbers in order €77,777 1 in 1,111,111
3 5 numbers in order €7,777 1 in 111,111
4 4 numbers in order €777 1 in 11,111
5 3 numbers in order €77 1 in 1,111
6 2 numbers in order €17 1 in 111
7 Final number drawn €5 1 in 11

Super 6

Just like Spiel 77, Super 6 is a supplementary game which players can add to their ticket. When this feature is added to the ticket, the same seven-digit number which was randomly generated for Spiel 77 will be used for Super 6. However, the first number will be disregarded. You have to match the numbers in the exact order they were generated so you can win great prizes. Prizes range from €2.50 for matching the final number up to €100,000 for hitting all six in the correct order.

Super 6 Odds and Prizes

Prize Division Match Odds % of Prize Pool
1 6 numbers €100,000 1 in 1,000,000
2 5 numbers in order €6,666 1 in 111,111
3 4 numbers in order €666 1 in 11,111
4 3 numbers in order €66 1 in 11,111
5 2 numbers in order €6 1 in 111
6 Final number drawn €2.50 1 in 11

Joining the German Lotto Online

If you are physically located in Germany, you can easily find retailers offering German Lotto tickets. However, even if you are not currently living in Germany, you can still stand a chance at winning the incredible prizes that this game offers. All you have to do is visit an online concierge service and buy your tickets there. Pick your numbers, submit your order and an agent based in Germany will purchase the ticket for you. Once they complete the purchase, they will scan the ticket and upload it to your account. In case you win, you will immediately be notified via SMS or email. In case you win big, the online concierge service will even arrange for you to claim your prize in person.

Now that the German Lotto is available online, you do not have to travel outside the country or even step outside your home just to enter the draws. You can be physically located in the UK, South Africa or any part of the world and still enjoy the game and its incredible prizes!


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