German Lotto

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About German Lotto

German Lotto is the premiere of lottery games, giving the people of Germany – and further afield – the chance to win a vast fortune. The German Lotto, which is commonly known as the 6aus49, is the nation’s favourite game, which will supply the chance to win some incredible jackpots, some of which have reached incredible heights such as €45million! The German Lotto draw time takes place on Wednesday and Saturday evenings.

German Lotto has been around since the middle of the 20th century, with millionaires being made as far back as 1955. It makes the German Lotto one of the oldest lotteries in the world, no wonder so many people love it! Back when it began, draws would only take place once a week, but when it became hugely popular, the relevant authorities decided that the much-loved lottery deserved two weekly draws.

How to Play German Lotto

The reason why the lottery is so famous around the world is that it is so easy to play. The rules are as long as you are over the age of 16 in the UK, you are free to play any lottery, and the German Lotto is no exception. As far as complications go, there are none and players must merely choose six numbers from 1-49 to win, which is where the common name 6aus49 comes from.

Players must also select a Superzahl, which acts almost the same as the Thunderball in the UK Lotto, from 1-9. The Superzahl roughly translates to the Superball, and that’s indicative of just how much power this one lotto ball has. It can take your jackpot up by massive amounts when you guess it correctly, so step right up to take part.


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German Lotto Payouts

The lottery is one of the most played games in the world, and it isn’t hard to see why when you consider the size of jackpots that are up for grabs per week. The German Lotto is famous for massive payouts due to continuous rollovers and good prize pots that are available. On a Wednesday, the minimum payout that anyone can win is €1,000,000, and on Saturdays, the minimum prize is at least €2,000,000. To win top prizes, players must match up all six numbers, including the Superzahl to scoop the jackpot. Although there are still some huge wins up for grabs if you don’t manage to land the top prize.

There are nine different pay-outs in the German Lotto, which means players are in for a decent chance of winning at least something when they bet. To win the second top prize, you must have six numbers, though the Superzahl does not need to be included. After that, there are many different combinations, and as long as you have at least two numbers and a Superzahl, you will win something.

Customer Support and Help

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English, Spanish, French, Italian, German, Chinese, Japanese, Russian, Swedish, Portuguese, Polish, Romanian, Hungarian, Dutch.
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Our Conclusion

It isn’t very hard to see why the people of Germany, and of course, other countries, enjoy The German Lottery so much. There are massive prizes up for grabs and although the odds of winning are pretty high, the jackpots more than make-up for it. Get your tickets to this one and keep your fingers crossed!

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