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|Guess Range 6/49|
Latest Result (Oct 26, 2020):
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BonoLoto is a game of chance based on the Primitiva but more frequent and at a lower cost. Its introduction to the market was on February 28th of 1988 and it came to complete the offer along with the Primitiva itself, the Quiniela and the National Lottery, but offering a very cheaper bet price.
It is regulated by the Loterías y Apuestas del Estado in Spain, and is part of a range of lotteries that make draws during all days of the week.
BonoLoto game rules stipulate that to make a bet, you must choose 6 numbers from a grid of 49.
As with Primitiva, you can make single or multiple bets. In order to do a multiple bet, the first column will be used exclusively by marking 7 or more numbers up to a maximum of 11.
The draw is made using two drums. One of them contains 49 balls numbered from 1 to 49, and the second drum contains balls numbered from 0 to 9.
From the first drum, 6 balls are extracted that will form the winning combination, and an additional seventh ball called “the complementary” is extracted.
This complementary number is not chosen by the player, but it may be one of the 6 numbers chosen by them in their bet.
From the second drum, one of the numbered balls from 0 to 9 is drawn to determine “the refund”.
The complementary is an extra ball that is extracted in addition to the 6 that make up the winning combination.
This complementary ball is also drawn from the primary drum where the balls numbered from 1 to 49 are kept. .
This complementary number has the exclusive purpose of rewarding bets that have five matching numbers that correspond to the main winning combination. If this complementary number is matched, the winner can opt for a second category special prize.
The Bonoloto refund number is a prize destined for winners of the specific number extracted independently from the second drum holding balls numbered 0 to 9.
The prize consists of a fixed payment equivalent to the amount of a simple bet for all tickets containing that number and is randomly granted by the system at the time of validating the bet.
There are plenty of them:
The special category prize, also known as the jackpot, comes from a guaranteed minimum of €400,000.
In the event that there is no first prize winner in a draw, the amount rolls over to the next raffle in the same category continually until the prize is distributed.
The biggest Bonoloto jackpot distributed to date was on 11/18/1990. The only winner was a successful resident of the town of Iscar (Valladolid, Spain) who pocketed just over 1.2 billion Pesetas.
That amount has not yet been exceeded since this lottery is played six days a week; this does not facilitate accumulation of large amounts of revenue.
|Prize||Chance to win|
|Prize : 45.00% shared
|Chance to win : 1 in 13,983,816|
X: 5 + 1
|Prize : 24.00% shared
|Chance to win : 1 in 2,330,636|
|Prize : 12.00% shared
|Chance to win : 1 in 55,491|
|Prize : 19.00% shared
|Chance to win : 1 in 1,032|
|Prize : €4||Chance to win : 1 in 56.6|
|Prize : €0.5||Chance to win : 1 in 10|
|Overall chances of winning any prize:||1 in 8.43|