Play German Lotto by selecting six numbers from 1-49 and one additional number, called the Super Number, from 0-9. The German Lotto has a two-tiered prize structure, where matching the Super Number will increase your prize by 2 to10 times! The Super Number helps you win the jackpot, third, fifth, and seventh prize divisions, and can turn two regular numbers into a win for matching 2+PB! The German Lotto has nine incredible prize divisions, five of which will require the Super Number. The highest prize you can win without the Super Number is the match-6 second place prize. Because the German Lotto 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! 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.
Germany’s top lotto is drawn every Wednesday (17:00 GMT) and Saturday (18:00 GMT) and the leading German lottery has nine prize divisions! 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!
German Lotto’s minimum jackpot is worth €1,000,000 and it has a record jackpot of €45.4 million that has stood since 2007. Germany’s top lottery is known for regularly making millionaires, with both its first and second place prizes, rather than long rollover runs. Match six main numbers and the Super Number to win the German Lotto jackpot, and six main numbers only to win a second place prize worth hundreds of thousands, if not millions of euros! Take advantage of the German Lotto’s generous prize structure with a systematic form of 8, 9, 10 or 11 numbers that boosts winnings.
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