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Draw on October 16, 2021 – 10,000 euros monthly immediate pension at the Glücksspirale

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Early retirement is becoming increasingly popular in Germany. What could be nicer than an immediate pension? With the Glücksspirale you will have no more money worries for 20 years. The winning numbers and odds can be found here.

In the last drawing of the Glücksspirale on Saturday, October 9th, 2021, no lucky guy guessed the correct seven digits. Will there be a winner this week? You can find out the winning numbers here with us.

Play stake:

(Information provided without guarantee)

(Information provided without guarantee)

To win, buy a ticket with a seven-digit ticket number. A lot costs five euros plus a processing fee. The main prize is awarded when all the digits on the lottery ticket are drawn. All in all, you can win from just one correct final digit. With each additional correct final digit, the profit increases.

Participation in the Glücksspirale is possible from the age of 18. There are lottery tickets at many lottery acceptance points throughout the Federal Republic of Germany. Regardless of the opening times of the acceptance points, you can also play the Glücksspirale online. There you also have the advantage that your winnings are transferred directly to your game account and then to your account. By the way, you can also take part in the drawing of the lucky spiral if you place a cross for this lottery on the lottery ticket from Lotto 6aus49 or Eurojackpot.

The numbers of the lucky spiral are drawn in the state lottery administration in Munich. The drawing takes place every Saturday at 7.15 p.m. The results will be announced on the same day immediately before the daily news on ARD at exactly 7:57 p.m. You can also check the winning numbers of the lucky spiral online.

The amount of the prize is different in each prize class. The amount paid out per prize class is the same for each drawing. In the top prize category, a monthly immediate pension of 10,000 euros awaits the winner, which is paid out for 20 years. Alternatively, the lucky guy can have the main prize transferred to his account as a one-off payment of 2,100,000 euros. Since 2018, the immediate pension is no longer paid for life.

The chances of winning in the first prize class are 1:10. For a correct final digit of the seven-digit ticket number, the participant receives double the stake back. The probability of having the seven correct final digits is 1: 10,000,000 higher than with the 6aus49 lottery. The sixth prize class will be drawn twice.

The Glücksspirale has existed since November 6, 1969. The lottery was originally introduced by the National Olympic Committee to finance the 1972 Summer Olympics in Munich. Then in 1974 the soccer world championship in Germany was supported by the Glücksspirale. Funds from the Glücksspirale were later used to benefit various institutions.

The Glücksspirale supports several charitable projects. The areas of environmental protection, combating addiction, church, sport and culture particularly benefit from the pension lottery. To date, the Glücksspirale has raised over 2.1 billion euros in funding. Lottery partners receive part of the stakes in the Glücksspirale. These include, for example, the voluntary welfare organization, the German Olympic Sports Confederation (DOSB) and the German Foundation for Monument Protection.

These supporters use the money to support various projects on a regional level, from sports facilities and charitable institutions to the preservation of listed buildings.

Since 2012 there have been statistics from the Glücksspirale on the main prizes of 100,000 euros and the immediate pension. With 16 people, Baden-Württemberg and Bavaria have the most winners of the Glücksspirale instant pension. In Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania and Thuringia there was still no lucky person who could secure the main prize.

153 participants in the Glücksspirale from Bavaria have won the sum of 100,000 euros since 2012. The same amount was paid out to 124 people in North Rhine-Westphalia during the same period. The fewest 100,000 euro winners have so far been in Bremen, namely only one.
(As of October 2020)

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