A new National Lottery draw took place on Thursday August 4, 2022 with the following results:
The first price it was for the number 49.221endowed with €300,000 for the series (€30,000 for the tenth)
The second prize matched the number 83.810awarded €60,000 to the series (€6,000 to the tenth)
These tenths ended in: 1, 6 and 9 they were honored with reinstatement.
Thursday National Lottery
First prize: €30,000 for the 5-digit tenth of the first withdrawal.
Second prize: €6,000 to the tenth to the 5 digits of the second withdrawal.
Refund: €3 up to the last digit of the first prize and two additional withdrawals.
National Saturday Lottery
1st prize from €60,000 to the tenth by matching the 5 digits of the first withdrawal.
2nd prize from €12,000 to the tenth by matching the 5 digits of the second extraction.
reinstatement from €6 to the tenth by matching the last digit of the first prize or one of the two additional withdrawals corresponding to the reimbursement.
The special draw usually takes place once a month and falls on a Saturday. The prize is higher than that of ordinary draws and the first prize is €1 million for the series (€100,000 for the tenth).
Their price is between 15 and 20 € per tenth. These draws differ according to two modalities. On the one hand, the extraordinary draws memorial where they enter: Extraordinary Winter Draw and the Extraordinary tourist draw, with a tenth price of 20 million euros. On the other hand, there are the best-known extraordinary draws: Extraordinary El Niño draw, Extraordinary Tombola Children of San Ildefonso there Extraordinary Christmas raffle.
About the National Lottery
The National Lottery is Spain’s most popular and traditional game. This lottery is divided into tenth, ticket, series and fraction. The tenth is the document needed to participate in the draw and the ticket is 10 tenths of the same number and series. The series is each of the sequences numbered between 00,000 and 99,999. Finally, the fraction is the identifier of each of the ten tenths of the same ticket, that is to say, it is what distinguishes a tenth of any other even when it belongs to the same number and the same series.
Within the National Lottery draws, there are the ordinary draws which always fall on Thursday and Saturday. What characterizes them is that each week they change the aesthetic of each tenth showing a different image dedicated to honoring monuments, works of art, natural landscapes, etc. On the other hand, there are the special draws which fall on a Saturday but without a fixed date and finally there are the extraordinary draws, where the best known fall on any day of the week but always on a fixed date (the even every year). ), for example: the drawing of lots for the Christmas lottery with a fixed prize of €400,000 for the tenth played every 22nd December and the Extraordinary Child Draw of €200,000 for the tenth which takes place every 6th January.
Requirements to participate in the National Lottery
The tenth is the essential document to participate in the draws, and there are several options to acquire it: physically in one of the 10,500 official points of sale of Lotteries and Paris d’Etat (LAE), in tobacco shops and can even be obtained in commercial establishments such as bars, but the acquisition in these premises may generate management costs. The sale in different establishments facilitates the commercial action of LAE by increasing the hours of sale of tenths and being able to reach a greater number of people. Another option to buy tickets is to use the different web platforms that allow it, although for this you must verify that it is a secure website with all kinds of guarantees.
National Lottery Legislation
The National Lottery depends on the Ministry of Economy and Finance within the public body SLICE oh State Lotteries and Gaming Corporation. The amount that the State retains is 30% of what is collected at each National Lottery draw and the remaining 70% is allocated to prizes.
All National Lottery tickets are taken into account state values thus its falsification, modification or any type of alteration has criminal consequences.
Each tenth of the National Lottery is a bearer bondTherefore, the holder of this document is the sole owner of his rights and the prize is received by whoever has it in his possession. To prevent whoever holds the ticket from wanting to distribute the prize, the agreement should be left on paper.
several centuries of history
The National Lottery was born under the mandate of Napoleon I in Spain. In 1811, Spain was divided into two parts: most of the territory was occupied by the King of Naples and the “Afrancesados”, as the French partisans were called. The rest of the territory was the resistance of the “anti-French” who remained isolated in Cadiz and Portugal. The anti-French did not have a sufficient economic situation to resolve the war of independence, so Ciriaco González Carvajal, secretary of the Cortes of Cadiz, had the brilliant idea of creating a lottery in which all citizens could participate and thus be able to , obtain weapons to expel French troops from the peninsula without resorting to raising taxes, which could be frowned upon by society. The initiative was accepted in 1812, during the first draw of the National Lottery called “Lottery Modern” and whose numbers are printed on the tenth.
The first draw of the modern lottery that took place in Madrid took place on February 28, 1814 and since then the headquarters of the said lottery has remained in the capital of Spain. On the death of Ferdinand VII, the Modern Lottery changed its name to the National Lottery.
Note: EL ESPAÑOL is not responsible for any errors or omissions that may exist in the winning numbers and/or in the amount of the prizes. The only valid official information is that provided by the “State Lotteries and State Betting Company” (SELAE).