Lotto in Germany: Several million winners bring the headquarters to despair

Lotto: These were the biggest wins of all time in Germany

Lotto: These were the biggest wins of all time in Germany

Who doesn’t dream of the lottery millions? This is how much money the biggest lottery lucky guys in Germany won.

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Once the jackpot in Lotto crack. everyone dreams of that.

But the lottery headquarters in Bavaria has no reason to be happy. Some worry here Lotto-Winner for problems.


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Lotto in Germany: player is overwhelmed

A 45-year-old woman from Lower Franconia waits a month and a half to bring her ticket to the lottery point. What she learns there almost leaves her speechless. Because she won several million euros with her ticket.

“At the thought of having carried almost 33 million euros around in my wallet for several weeks without worrying about it, I still get dizzy,” the winner of the lottery center confesses. In fact, this is one of the highest sums ever won in Bavaria. Unfortunately, there is not always a happy ending with such stories. Unfortunately, many prizes are never picked up.

Lotto in Germany: who is the lucky winner?

In Bavaria, the Lottozentrale goes in search of several million winners. At the end of 2019, a mysterious winner in Swabia pulled the jackpot at the premiere of the “BayernMillionen” and won the main prize. Unfortunately there is no trace of him or her. The certificate with the number 0426492 was issued on December 21st at 11.30 a.m. in Memmingen, more is not known to this day.

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Lotto in Germany:

  • At the beginning of the 20th century, the state lotteries in the German Empire were merged into a smaller number of providers
  • During the Nazi era, the right of approval of the federal states was transferred to the Reich Treasurer
  • after the war, lottery systems were prepared in all occupation zones
  • the “additional number” was introduced on June 17, 1956
  • first TV broadcast of the drawing on September 4, 1965
  • on December 7, 1991 the “super number” was introduced

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“We have had posters printed to indicate that something is still to be picked up,” explains Rainer Holmer, lottery spokesman. But the search has so far not been crowned with success. The winner can pick up their prize until December 31, 2023.

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In Central Franconia, too, around 1.1 million are on hold. The corresponding 6aus49 ticket was played on July 17th for a stake of 8.55 euros, with four betting fields and an additional lottery. In Upper Bavaria, just under 1.3 million have been waiting for their owner since July 28th.

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Lotto in Germany: This is how you get your winnings guaranteed

The lottery spokesman Holmer has seen a lot. Some players do not even look at their slip of paper and ask at the counter whether they have won. Others find their winning ticket in the trash. #

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A spokeswoman for the South German cash lottery says: “There is no one left who is not identified”.

If you want to play safely, you should get a customer card, according to the lottery company. Then the winnings are automatically transferred to your own account and you save yourself a trip to the acceptance point. (mbo)

>> Editor’s note <<

Gambling can be addicting. If gambling behavior gets out of hand and becomes a substitute for other personal problems, pathological behavior and even gambling addiction can develop. It is then no longer just a matter of spontaneous leisure time, but the game suddenly takes on dubious functions: avoiding fear, panic, depression and other negative feelings or avoiding problems.

Anyone who thinks they have gambling addiction or knows someone from whom one has to assume this can get help. The free and anonymous hotline 0800/1372700 is available for this purpose. More information on bzga.

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