Deutsche Weihnachtslotterie (German Christmas Lottery)
The Deutsche Weihnachtslotterie is based on the popular Spanish Christmas Lottery (El Gordo de Navidad) and offers prizes worth up to €300,000. Like El Gordo, the German Christmas Lottery takes the format of a raffle and if all tickets are sold there will be more than 10,000 cash prizes handed out. Find out all about the Weihnachtslotterie on this page.
Weihnachtslotterie Results for 2019
The latest results will be displayed here once the draw has taken place on Thursday 26th December 2019.
Weihnachtslotterie Results for 2018
Weihnachtslotterie Results for 2017
Each player receives a ticket that consists of a five-digit number combination between 00000 and 99999. A 'Los-Serie' (Lot Series) consists of 99,500 lots, which means there are many prizes to be won in each series, including the top prize. The number of series’ is not limited, so there will be as many as needed to cover the total tickets sold.
In prize tiers 1-4, you must match the five-digit combination drawn in exactly the same order to win the prize for that tier. The fifth prize tier only requires you to match the final number correctly to win the €20 prize. You can find out more about the distribution of winnings per series in the table below:
|Prize Tier||Number of Prizes||Prize per Winner||Prize Fund||Available Prizes|
|1||1||€300,000||€300,000||1 x five-digit combination|
|2||2||€25,000||€50,000||2 x five-digit combinations|
|3||20||€2,500||€50,000||20 x five-digit combinations|
|4||200||€250||€50,000||200 x five-digit combinations|
|5||9,950||€20||€199,000||Correct final digit|
The total prize fund for a series is €649,000.
How to play the Weihnachtslotterie
To play, you simply need to purchase a ticket for the draw online from the official provider. All tickets contain a five-digit combination and cost €20 each. Then just look out for the results of the draw and check whether any of your tickets match the winning numbers.
Christmas Lottery in Germany
The Christmas Lottery in Germany is similar to the Spanish Christmas Lottery. This annual draw is a unique and highly acclaimed event in Spain, thanks to its stakes and prize pool of over €2 billion.
The Deutsche Weihnachtslotterie draw will take place on 26th December and will be broadcast live on television in Germany or can be watched online via live stream.
The German Christmas Lottery is run by the non-profit Navidad Foundation GmbH. Every bet purchased helps the partner foundations to promote charitable projects throughout Germany.
For more information about the Deutsche Weihnachtslotterie (German Christmas Lottery), visit www.weihnachtslotto.com.