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Austria Joker

Austria Joker is a supplementary game that can be accessed for an additional fee when playing other games from the Austria National Lottery, including EuroMillions, Austria Lotto, Toto, Zahlenlotto and Bingo. It is drawn on Wednesdays and Sundays and offers a six-figure top prize.

Austria Joker Results

Here are the latest Austria Joker results from the last five draws - make sure to check your ticket to see if you are a winner.

Viewing:
Sunday
September 25th 2016
  • 2
  • 9
  • 9
  • 5
  • 0
  • 1
Wednesday
September 21st 2016
  • 8
  • 3
  • 3
  • 7
  • 0
  • 8
Sunday
September 18th 2016
  • 2
  • 0
  • 5
  • 1
  • 4
  • 7
Wednesday
September 14th 2016
  • 9
  • 5
  • 7
  • 6
  • 5
  • 1
Sunday
September 11th 2016
  • 9
  • 4
  • 1
  • 8
  • 3
  • 0

About Austria Joker

Players have the option to play up to three lines of Austria Joker whenever they buy tickets for EuroMillions, Austria Lotto, Toto and Bingo. Each play costs €1.30, with a combination of six numbers between 0 and 9 generated on each line.

Players win the six-figure jackpot by matching all six numbers in the same order as those drawn on the night. If no one wins the top prize, it rolls over until the next draw.

Austria Joker Prizes

Austria Joker prizes range from €1.50 for matching the last number of the winning combination drawn to a six-figure sum for matching the entire set of numbers in order. Here’s a full breakdown of the prizes that could be won, as well as the odds of winning for each:

Match Prize Odds of Winning
All numbers in exact order Jackpot 1 in 1 million
Last five numbers in order €7,700 1 in 111,111.11
Last four numbers in order €770 1 in 11,111.11
Last three numbers in order €77 1 in 1,111.11
Last two numbers in order €7 1 in 111.11
Last number €1.50 1 in 11.11

The odds of winning any Austria Joker prize are 1 in 10.

How to Claim an Austrian Joker Prize

Wins of up to €1,000 can be claimed at any Austria Lottery receiving offices, with amounts between €1,000.10 and €80,000 obtained at designated offices across the country after the deadline of four weeks for complaints has passed.

If you played Joker online, any prize worth up to €1,000 will be paid into your online account. Any prize worth more than €1,000.10 but less than €80,000 will take four weeks to pay out, but you can opt to have the money deposited in a different bank account than the one you used when you opened the account.

If you have won more than €80,000, you will need to contact the Austria Lottery directly. Players can choose to either pick up their prize at the lottery headquarters in Vienna, or receive a visit at home from an official.