Austria Joker is a supplementary game that can be accessed for an additional fee when playing other games from the Austrian National Lottery, including EuroMillions, Lotto, Toto, ToiToiToi, Zahlenlotto and Bingo. It is drawn every Wednesday and Sunday and offers a six-figure top prize.
Here are the latest Austria Joker results from the last five draws - check your ticket below to see if you are a winner:
|Sunday 17th January 2021||
|Wednesday 13th January 2021||
|Sunday 10th January 2021||
|Friday 8th January 2021||
|Wednesday 6th January 2021||
How to Play
You can play up to three lines of the Joker game whenever you purchase a ticket for EuroMillions, Lotto, Toto, ToiToiToi, ZahlenLotto or Bingo in Austria. Entries cost just €1.30 and each entry contains a six number combination between 0 and 9.
To win the six figure jackpot, you must match all six numbers in the same order as those drawn on the night. If nobody wins the top prize, it will roll over to the next draw.
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. You can find a full list of the prizes available below, as well as the odds of winning for each:
|Numbers Matched||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 prize are 1 in 10.
How to claim a prize
Wins of up to €1,000 can be claimed at any Austrian Lottery (win2day) receiving office, 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.
For prizes worth more than €80,000, you will need to contact the Austrian Lottery operator directly. You can choose to either pick up your prize at the lottery headquarters in Vienna, or receive a visit at home from an official.