The German Lotto, known as Lotto 6aus49, is the country’s biggest national game and draws take place twice weekly on Wednesday and Saturday. German Lotto jackpots start at €1 million for the Wednesday draw, with a bigger jackpot of €2 million for the Saturday draw. In order to win the jackpot, players are required to match all six main numbers from a pool of 49, plus an additional bonus number, known as the Superzahl, from a pool of 0 to 9.
This German Lotto data includes all draws up to and including Saturday 16th February 2019. Chronology is used to distinguish ties.
Latest 10 German Lotto Numbers
|Draw Date:||Winning Numbers:||Draw Detail:|
|Saturday 16th February 2019|| ||View More Info About This Draw|
|Wednesday 13th February 2019|| ||View More Info About This Draw|
|Saturday 9th February 2019|| ||View More Info About This Draw|
|Wednesday 6th February 2019|| ||View More Info About This Draw|
|Saturday 2nd February 2019|| ||View More Info About This Draw|
|Wednesday 30th January 2019|| ||View More Info About This Draw|
|Saturday 26th January 2019|| ||View More Info About This Draw|
|Wednesday 23rd January 2019|| ||View More Info About This Draw|
|Saturday 19th January 2019|| ||View More Info About This Draw|
|Wednesday 16th January 2019|| ||View More Info About This Draw|
How to Play
You can play German Lotto online or by going to an authorised retailer. All you need to do is select six numbers between 1 and 49, and you can either choose your own numbers or ask for a Quick Pick. You will also be given a Superzahl from 0 to 9. The final digit of your ticket number will act as your Superzahl so you can leave it to chance, but you can also change the ticket number by randomly generating a new one.
Choose whether to play in the Wednesday draw, the Saturday draw, or both, and then enter up to five weeks in advance. It costs €1 plus a processing fee for a single line, while you can also pay more to add the supplementary Spiel 77 and Super 6 games.
There are nine different ways to win prizes in German Lotto, from matching as few as two main numbers plus the Superzahl to the jackpot for matching the full winning line. The odds of winning the jackpot are 1 in 139,838,160, but the chances of winning any prize are 1 in 31. The following table shows the prize allocation for all nine levels and the odds of winning:
Odds & Prizes
Players must pick 6 balls from a pool of 49 and 1 Superzahl from a separate pool of 10.
|Numbers Matched||Odds of Winning||Prize Fund Allocation|
|6 Main Numbers + Superzahl||1 in 139,838,160||Jackpot (12.80%)|
|6 Main Numbers||1 in 15,537,573||33%|
|5 Main Numbers + Superzahl||1 in 542,008||5%|
|5 Main Numbers||1 in 60,223||15%|
|4 Main Numbers + Superzahl||1 in 10,234||5%|
|4 Main Numbers||1 in 1,147||10%|
|3 Main Numbers + Superzahl||1 in 567||10%|
|3 Main Numbers||1 in 63||45%|
|2 Main Numbers + Superzahl||1 in 76||€5 Fixed Prize|
Spiel 77 and Super 6
If you opt to play Spiel 77, a seven-digit number will be randomly generated on your ticket. A winning number will then be drawn on the night, and you win prizes based on how many consecutive numbers you match from the back. For example, you win a prize for matching the final two numbers but not for matching the first two. If you match all seven numbers in order, you win the top prize of at least €177,000.
The Super 6 game works in the same way, except the winning number is just six digits rather than seven. You can win prizes from €2.50 just for matching the final number to €100,000 for matching all six numbers. The following table shows the prizes you can win in Spiel 77 and Super 6.
|Numbers Matched in Order||Spiel 77 Prize||Super 6 Prize|
German Lotto Draw Details
German Lotto History
The German Lotto launched back in 1955. The largest jackpot came on 5th December 2007, when three players split €45.3 million to win more than €15 million each.
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