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How to Play German Lotto Online

How Do You Play German Lotto Online?

Play Germany Lotto by selecting six numbers from 1-49 and one additional number, called the Super Number, from 0-9. When choosing your six numbers and the Super Number, you can use manual selection, random selection (quick pick), or your saved Lucky Numbers. Buy one-time standard entries or use an 8, 9, 10 or 11-number systematic form with your lucky numbers for bigger wins when your numbers come up! As part of theLotter’s See Your Ticket Service, you will see a scan of the lottery tickets you purchased online before the relevant evening’s draw. Find out How it Works.

German Lotto 6aus49 draws take place every Wednesday at 18:25 CET and every Saturday at 19:25 CET.

Save on German Lotto Tickets Online

Save on German Lotto Tickets Online

When you buy official lottery tickets online with theLotter there are plenty of ways to save! Save as much as 25% with a 5, 10, 25 or 52-draw German Lotto multi-draw, or buy a German Lotto subscription and receive every 10th ticket free. theLotter players can also build up VIP points to save up to 20% on all online lotto purchases!

How to Win the LOTTO 6 aus 49 Jackpot

How Do You Win the German Lotto Jackpot?

To win the German Lotto jackpot, the numbers on your ticket must match the six main numbers and the Super Number. German Lotto’s jackpot prize starts at a €1 million and has reached a record jackpot of €45.4 million. Germany’s top lottery is known for regularly making millionaires with both its first and even second place prize, which can be won by matching only six of the winning numbers!

Germany LOTTO 6aus49 introduced a rule change in early 2009 which set a maximum duration for a rollover streak to 13 draws. This means that if the jackpot is not won after 12 consecutive draws, the prize money must be distributed among winning tickets in the second prize division by the 13th draw. If there are no winners in that tier, the prize money rolls down to the next prize division. As a result of this rule, you can win the German Lotto jackpot when you guess only 6, or sometimes even just 5, of the winning numbers drawn!

theLotter’s German Lotto Winners

theLotter’s German Lotto Winners

W.R. is a German expat living in Thailand who enjoys a twice-weekly taste of home by buying German Lotto tickets online at theLotter. In January 2013, W.R. won €3,978.10 on the second draw of a German Lotto multi-draw, just one month after joining theLotter! W.R. used his winnings to upgrade his lottery strategy and in December 2013 won €25,805 with an 8-number systematic form. W.R.’s fourth place prize for matching five main numbers was joined by more than 70 other secondary prizes made his win almost five times larger!

How to Claim German Lotto Prizes at theLotter

How to Claim Germany Lotto Prizes at theLotter

Prize winnings will be transferred directly into your theLotter account after the results are published and soon after receipt of the prize from the official lottery operator. Larger prizes may need to be collected in Germany by the winner. With automatic win notifications to your email or via FREE SMS, you will always know when you have won.

Can I Become a LOTTO 6 aus 49 Winner without the Super Number?

What is the German Lotto Super Number?

The German Lotto has nine incredible prize divisions, five of which will require the Super Number. The Super Number, or “Superzahl”, is an additional number with a guess range of 0-9 that is used to create the German Lotto jackpot prize as well as the 3rd, 5th, 7th, and 9th prize divisions. 

The highest prize you can win without the Super Number is the match-6 second place prize. Because the German LOTTO 6aus49 has one of the most generous second prizes of any world lottery, you can win prizes worth one or several million without matching the Super Number!

Latest News About German Lotto Players

Interesting News about the German Lotto

In May 2013, Germany’s official lottery organisation, Deutscher Lotto-und Totoblock (DLTB) changed the German Lotto rules to include an additional number, the Super Number, drawn from a range of 0-9 in a separate lottery drum. The prize is now vital to five of nine prize divisions, with the ninth division 2+PB prize added with the changes.