Austria Lottery Results
Latest Austria lottery results for EUROMILLIONEN ✔, LOTTO ✔, ZAHLENLOTTO ✔, JOKER ✔. Find all the information about lotteries in Austria. Check your ticket or search past draws if you won the jackpot.
Austria Winning Numbers
Multiple lotteries are available in Austria, for the opportunity to win significant sums of money every day. A notable feature of many Austrian lotteries is the flexibility of player stakes and play types. There are also numerous secondary game options for even more chances to win.
As well as locally run games, Austria also participates in the popular transnational Euromillions game alongside eight other nations.
Euromillions is a lucrative transnational lottery that costs €2.50 to enter.
Players must choose five numbers between 1 and 50, plus two Lucky Star numbers between 1 and 12. Quick Picks are available for players who prefer to enter with random selections.
Participants can add The Joker to their ticket for an additional €3.00. Draws take place twice a week, on Tuesdays and Fridays.
Zahlenlotto is Austria's longest-running lottery game and is a variation of the popular Keno draw games found in many countries worldwide.
Participants choose how many numbers they wish to match, up to a maximum of five. Next, players choose the relevant selections from between 1 and 90. Participants then select their stake, with options of €1.00, €2.00, €3.00, €5.00, €10, €50, €100 and €500 available. Prize values are directly linked to the stake, with the jackpot for correctly matching five numbers being 5,000 times this value. Notably, all prizes are guaranteed, so if several players make the same selections, everyone wins the advertised prize.
Participants can add The Joker to their ticket for an additional €1.50. Draws take place three times a week on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays.
Lotto 6/45 is Austria's most popular national lottery game and costs just €1.20 to enter.
Participants must choose six numbers from 1 to 45, or can go for a Quick Pick to enter with random selections.
Players can add Lotto Plus to their ticket for an additional €0.50 for the chance to win up to €150,000. For a further €1.50, participants can add The Joker.
Lucky Day is a popular daily lottery game, with stakes of €2.00, €3.00, €4.00 and €5.00 available. The higher the chosen stake, the bigger the prizes.
After choosing a stake, players must choose a valid date in DD-MM-YY format. Entries will not be processed if an invalid date is chosen. Quick Picks are available for those who prefer random selections. One of 16 lucky symbols is then added to the ticket at random, with the jackpot being won by matching the correct date and the lucky symbol.
Participants can add The Joker to their ticket for an additional €1.50. Draws take place every day from Monday to Saturday at 6:30 p.m. and at 6:00 p.m. on Sunday.
The Class Lottery is divided into so-called classes and each class lasts 4 weeks. There are 4 draws per class. You have 24 chances of winning in the entire class lottery!
The draws take place between November and April and May and October for six months, and there are also side bet types that promise daily prizes.
Only 250,000 tickets are offered for each lottery and a total of 278,196 prizes are won. Participation is possible with a whole ticket or with one or more tenths of a share. A tenth ticket costs €15 for each of the six classes, so a whole ticket costs €150. You can also buy half a ticket for €60.
Each paid ticket takes part in a class draw, for the next draws in the following month you have to renew your stake. Tickets won remain in subsequent draws. Not only the main prize at the end of a class lottery, but also the side bets can impress with interesting prizes.
Classless tickets can be purchased at special outlets.
Costing just €1.00 to enter, TopTipp players bet on the outcome of Lotto 6/45, without playing the game itself.
To enter, first choose how many numbers you wish to match from one to five, before choosing the relevant number of selections from 1 to 45.
Austria Lottery Game Schedule
The table below provides an overview of the schedule for each Austrian lottery game.
|Class Lottery||Daily draws every day from November to April|
Austria Lottery Odds and Jackpots
|Lottery Game||Winning Odds||Minimum Jackpot|
|Euromillions||1 in 139,838,160||€17 million|
|Zahlenlotto||1 in 43,949,268||€5,000|
|Lotto 6/45||1 in 8,145,060||€1 million|
|Lucky Day||1 in 584,400||€100,000|
|Class Lottery||1 in 250,000||€100,000|
|TopTipp||1 in 203,627||€75,000|
What are the Biggest Austrian Lottery Wins?
The biggest Austrian lottery prize to date is €55.6 million. This was won on Euromillions in 2008.
The biggest winning jackpot from a national game is €14.9 million. This was won on Lotto 6/45 in November 2018.
Is Tax Paid on Austrian Lottery Winnings?
No. However, overseas players should check local tax laws to see if taxes are payable.
Mobile Apps for Austria Lotteries
|Lottery Operator||Lottery Game||Mobile Website||Mobile App||Buy Ticket||iTunesp||Google Play|
Österreichische Lotterien GmbH
| Lotto 6/45
How to Contact Austria Lottery Operators
Contact information for each Austrian lottery operator is listed below.
|Operator||Games||Official Website||Main Address||Local Tel. No.|
Österreichische Lotterien GmbH
| Lotto 6/45
| Rennweg 44,
|+43 0810 200|
How Can I Purchase Lottery Tickets in Austria?
Lottery tickets are sold at authorized retailers across Austria and online.
Can Overseas Players Play Austrian Lottery Games?
Yes, Lotto and Euromillions are widely available via lottery agent websites.
How Old Must I Be to Play Austrian Lottery Games?
Players must be at least 18 years of age to play Austrian lottery games.
How Do I Claim Austrian Lottery Prizes?
Players have three years to claim prizes. This is the longest claim window in the world!
Online winnings are directly paid into a lottery account or bank account, depending on the amount won.
How are the Proceeds of Austrian Lotteries Spent?
Austrian law dictates that a minimum of €80 million a year must be distributed to sporting organizations across the country. Beneficiaries include the Austrian Football Association and Austrian Olympic Committee, in addition to organizations promoting fringe sports such as water polo. This funding keeps many sports clubs afloat and is considered a vital pillar of Austrian culture.
Martin - Please note this has changed since we wrote the page, was €250k when we wrote it back in 2020.
Martin - Note game name has changed since we wrote the main piece. Plus Friday draw added and Sunday draw time changed.