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The "Panda" expands our Mega Break-Open Ticket Zoo
It’s an old joke: “Which animal didn’t get anything out of colour TV? – The panda.”
A EuroMillions Superpot Friday is coming up
An exciting week is shaping up for EuroMillions: on Friday, June 2, the prize for “5 plus 2 correct picks”, i.e. for the 1st winning rank, will be a prize north of 100 million euros, even if the Europot is cracked by then.
“Bee Lucky” with 100,000 euros
The new "Bee Lucky" scratch card offers seven games at once.
50% higher winnings with TopTipp – again
If you bet on the result of the lottery draw for just 1 euro, you can get 50 percent more out of the amount you win.
The partnership between the Austrian Paralympic Committee and Austrian Lotteries celebrates its 25th anniversary
25 years of ÖPC means 25 years of top-level athletic performances, 25 years of enthusiasm, 25 years of inclusion and 25 years of partnering with Austrian Lotteries.
Lotteries Day at the Theater in der Josefstadt
The next Lotteries Day is scheduled for May 25 – and this time it opens the doors to the Theater in der Josefstadt.
Lotto Bonus Draw on May 12
On May 12, there will be another chance to win big on the “6 out of 45” Lotto on a Friday, and once again, there is a hefty “Friday bonus”: after the draw, 300,000 euros will be raffled off among all participating picks.
SuperBonus brings an additional 50 times 100,000 euros to the party
EuroMillions starts the “merry month of May” with a special bonus: the “ÖsterreichSuperBonus” (“AustriaSuperBonus”) – which means that 50 times 100,000 euros will be raffled off among all EuroMillions tickets playing in Austria that participate in at least one of the draws on May 2 and 5.
Lotteries Day at the Belvedere in Vienna
This unique overall ensemble with its two palaces – the Upper and Lower Belvedere – and the extensive garden in Vienna’s third district is one of the most beautiful baroque buildings in the world, as well as a leading international museum.
The new scratch-off ticket goes by the name of “Tic Tac”
Our new scratch-off ticket features the well-known “Tic Tac Toe” game – the only difference is that you no longer have to place the crosses and circles yourself, but instead hope that Lady Luck has already put them in the right place.
Österreichische Lotterien GmbH