German Lotto 6aus49
The German Lotto, known as the ‘Lotto 6 aus 49’ has been available to play since 1974. It is managed and run by the Deutscher Lotto- und Totoblock (DLTB) which represents 16 individual lotteries in a partnership that is called Lotteriegesellschaften. Each independent lottery is staged in various regions in the county and they all run differently from each other. However, they take it in turns to run the DLTB which involves taking over presidency for a period of three years at a time.
German Lotto 6aus49 Draw Schedule
|Next Draw: Saturday 8th March 2014 Next Jackpot: €5,000,000|
The German Lotto is drawn on a Wednesday evening at 18.50 (CET) and at 21.45 (CET) on Saturday evening. These results are updated shortly after the draw, so if you want to receive up to date draw information, head to this page shortly after each draw.
How to Play and Win German Lotto
To play the German Lotto, players must choose six numbers from a possible 1 – 49, then one additional number from a selection of 1 - 9. This number will be the Bonus ball, which is known as the Superzahl. To win a prize, players must match from two numbers plus the Superzahl upwards. The jackpot is won by matching all six numbers and the Superzahl.
Prizes in each tier are made up of a proportion of the total prize fund, so varies slightly from week to week. If there is no winner of the jackpot, it rolls over to the next draw, and the jackpot will accumulate this way until it is won.
All German Lotto Prizes are paid out in tax free, lump sums.
Buy German Lotto 6aus49 Tickets Online
It is a common misconception to think that only citizens living in Germany are allowed to play this lottery game, but anyone can participate in the German Lotto by opting to use the lotto ticket buying service. This service enables you to buy German Lotto ticket online game online no matter where you are in the world. By choosing to purchase your tickets through the lotto ticket buying service you can select the numbers you wish to play the German Lotto with, then your ticket will be bought for you in Germany and a digital copy will be available for you to view.