Lotto 6 aus 49 jackpot is on its fourth rollover
The German national lottery pays out some of the most sought after prizes in the European lottery scene, with its biggest ever prize going to a single ticket holder in December 2007, a ticket holder who happened to have won their ticket in a competition in the local newspaper.
The biggest lottery prize of €43 million was paid out nearly six years ago now, leaving German hearts and minds hoping and wishing a larger lotto jackpot total will rear its head before too long!
The wait may soon be over, however, as the 6 aus 49 Lotto has just rolled over for the fourth draw in a row, taking the current jackpot total up to €11 million. The lottery draw takes place twice a week, on Wednesday and Saturday, and unless one lucky lottery ticket holder matches all six numbers as well as the 6 aus 49 Super Number this Wednesday, 6th November, then the jackpot total prize will continue to roll over until it is won.
With an average jackpot total of 5.24 million Euros, that value can surely be raised with some bigger value jackpots being won in the near future, and if this current jackpot continues to rollover, then perhaps the next big German Lotto winner could be the one to break one of Europe’s longest standing lottery records.
But if the next few draws don’t find a winner for the first prize, the second prize is definitely nothing to be sniffed at, as ticket holders matching six numbers without the Super Numbers could win in the region of €500,000. There are 9 winning categories, and the smallest prize is for matching two numbers and the Super Number. So get playing, you could be the next one to break a German lottery record! Purchase your 6 aus 49 Lotto tickets online at Lottery24.com.