Six out of 49 numbers are drawn every Wednesday and Saturday. You can find out here whether you have placed your crosses in the right place for the lottery numbers.
Lotto has been the most popular lottery in Germany for more than 60 years, with many players looking forward to the draws on Wednesday and Saturday. You can find out whether your financial stake in the ‘6aus49’ lottery or the additional categories ‘Game 77’ and ‘Super 6’ was worth itafter the draw (Drawing date every Wednesday at p.m. and every Saturday at a.m.)here in the evening.
These are the current lottery numbers
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Lotto: the principle of the game
In the run-up to the lottery drawing, players tick six numbers, 49 are available to choose from. The six, 49 and 32 were drawn the most frequently in the past. If the numbers typed correspond to the digits on the selected lottery balls, the super number, the last digit of the ticket, must also be correct so that the jackpot is hit. The distribution of winnings takes place from two correct lottery numbers plus super number and is divided into nine prize categories.
Game stake and chances
There is a stake of one euro per box on the ticket, plus a processing fee. In addition to the classic ‘6aus49’ game, those who like to type can also take part in the ‘Spiel 77’ and ‘Super 6’ lotteries. Fees of EUR 2.50 and EUR 1.25 are due here.
Participation in the game can be worthwhile with jackpots in the millions – but that also includes a good deal of luck. The chance of winning for prize class 1 (six correct numbers plus super number) and thus the jackpot is 9,838,160.
So you can follow the drawing of the lottery numbers
The TV broadcast of the lottery drawing has been discontinued. Anyone curious can find the solution online ‘lotto.de’ look at. The stream starts on Wednesday at 6:25 p.m., on Saturday at 7:25 p.m.