Past Results

Saturday 15 Jun 2024
  • 3
  • 16
  • 30
  • 31
  • 38
  • 49
  • 8
Jackpot
14,000,000€
Extra
SUPER 6 603813
Spiel 77 6064093

Top Jackpot This Week

1 day 23 h : 36 m : 15
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Winning Numbers

The Most Common Drawn Lotto 6 aus 49 Numbers - Hot Numbers
1
Drawn 60 times
29 Days ago
18 May 2024
19
Drawn 57 times
11 Days ago
05 Jun 2024
10
Drawn 56 times
4 Days ago
12 Jun 2024
4
Drawn 52 times
85 Days ago
23 Mar 2024
2
Drawn 50 times
29 Days ago
18 May 2024
3
Drawn 49 times
1 Days ago
15 Jun 2024
7
Drawn 42 times
53 Days ago
24 Apr 2024
The Least Often Drawn Lotto 6 aus 49 Numbers - Cold Numbers
38
Drawn 27 times
1 Days ago
15 Jun 2024
35
Drawn 29 times
15 Days ago
01 Jun 2024
39
Drawn 32 times
95 Days ago
13 Mar 2024
13
Drawn 35 times
53 Days ago
24 Apr 2024
12
Drawn 37 times
18 Days ago
29 May 2024
17
Drawn 37 times
57 Days ago
20 Apr 2024
28
Drawn 1 times
64 Days ago
13 Apr 2024
The statistics are generated from 2021 to the latest draw


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Lotto 6 aus 49

Lotto 6 aus 49 is Germany’s longest-running and most popular national lottery game, being one of several played across the country.

Entry costs €1.00, withdraws taking place twice weekly on Wednesdays at 18:25 local time and on Saturdays at 19:25.

To enter Lotto, choose six numbers between 1 and 49. There is also a “Super Ball” number that is always chosen at random, plus the “Quick Tip” option to randomly generate the six main numbers.

Players can also enter the Spiel 77 and Super 6 games. Each Lotto ticket has a random seven-digit number printed onto it, with the last digit corresponding to the randomly selected Super Ball number. For players entering Spiel 77 and Super 6, the final digit becomes the Spiel 77 number, with the last six digits being used for Super 6.

Entry to Spiel 77 is an extra €2.50, while Super 6 is an extra €1.25.

Jackpot

Lotto offers a minimum guaranteed jackpot of €1 million for its Wednesday draw, and €3 million for its Saturday draw.

While there is no jackpot cap, there is a rollover cap of 13 draws. If the Lotto jackpot is not won after the 13th draw, the prize rolls down to the next tier.

The biggest Lotto jackpots in history are:

  • €45.4 million on December 5, 2007.
  • €37.7 million on October 7, 2006.
  • €35 million on February 7, 2009.

Odds and Prizes

The odds of winning the Lotto jackpot are 1 in 139,868,160.

These are long odds when considering the relatively small jackpots on offer in comparison to other global lotteries.

Lotto players can win prizes at nine tiers, with the odds of winning a prize being 1 in 31.

Prize Category Numbers Matched Winning Odds Winning Odds %
1 6, plus Super Ball 1 in 139,838,160 0.0000007
2 6 1 in 15,537,573 0.000006
3 5, plus Super Ball 1 in 542,008 0.0002
4 5 1 in 60,223 0.002
5 4, plus Super Ball 1 in 10,234 0.01
6 4 1 in 1,147 0.09
7 3, plus Super Ball 1 in 567 0.18
8 3 1 in 63 1.6
9 2, plus Super Ball 1 in 76 1.3

Payout and Taxes

Lotto winnings are paid out as lump sums, with no annual payment option.

No taxes are levied on Lotto winnings in Germany, but those playing from elsewhere should check local laws.

Who Can Play Lotto?

Lotto tickets are on sale from authorized lottery kiosks across Germany. Players must be at least 18 years of age to buy a ticket.

Players both in Germany and overseas can also enter online via the official Lotto website or through Lottery Agent websites.

History of Lotto

The first Lotto draw took place on October 9, 1955, making it one of the world’s longest-running lottery games.

Until June 1986, players chose seven numbers from a total of 38, which was then updated to the six-from-49 format still in use today.