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Lotteries have been a part of Argentinian culture for many years, comprising weekly national lottery games with huge prizes and a selection of daily games so that fans always have a lottery to enter!
While lotteries are usually run at provincial level, they are also available across all of Argentina. Secondary games are also a common feature of Argentinian lotteries, giving players additional chances to win lucrative cash prizes.
Loto is Argentina’s main lottery game and offers the highest jackpot, but also has the longest winning odds; in fact, the odds of winning Loto are similar to some of the world’s most famous lotteries such as U.S. Powerball. Players can also enter the ‘Loto Desquite’ and ‘Loto Sale o Sale’ secondary games for a chance to win extra prizes.
Loto draws are held twice weekly on Wednesday and Saturday evenings.
While Loto 5 doesn’t have any secondary games, the daily draw format means there are multiple chances to win the jackpot. With its relatively short odds, Loto 5 is highly attractive and popular with players across Argentina.
Advance play means it isn’t necessary to go to a lottery kiosk every day. Draws take place on Friday at 22:00 local time.
Formerly a secondary game to Quini 6, Brinco originally launched in 2000 as a provincial game for Santa Fe residents only, before becoming available across the entire country. Launched in 2002, the Brinco Junior secondary game has a minimum jackpot of ARS 6 million, which is often on par with the main game!
Brinco draws are held on Sunday evenings at 21:00 local time.
Launched in 1988, Quini 6 was originally available to Santa Fe residents only, and while Brinco is now a standalone lottery game, Quini 6 still has an incredible four secondary games, with the starting jackpot for the Quini 6 Segunda Vuelta (second turn) starting at ARS 20 million!
Quini 6 draws take place on Wednesday and Sunday evenings at 21:00 local time.
Launched in 2004, Quiniela Plus can be a complicated game to understand, but with three entries per ticket it is great value. There are no secondary games due to its three draws, but the draw frequency and format means players can often take home significant jackpots.
Quiniela Plus is drawn on Monday to Saturday evenings at 21:00 local time.
Launched in 1992, Telekino is unique because it is drawn on Sunday afternoons. With a simple format requiring players to choose 15 numbers from a possible 25, Telekino is a great opportunity for players to end the week by winning either the jackpot or a secondary prize, both at decent odds.
Telekino tickets are great value, too, with the cost covering entry into two additional games that offer guaranteed prizes and have “must be won” draw formats.
The table below provides an overview of the schedule for each Argentinian lottery game.
The biggest winning Argentinian lottery prize to date was ARS 207 million from the Quini 6 game in September 2017.
Players pay 31% tax on lottery winnings in Argentina, one of the highest tax rates on lottery prizes in the world.
Contact information for each Argentinian lottery operator is listed below.
Argentinian lottery tickets are exclusively available from authorized outlets across Argentina, and although all lottery operators have websites, these only provide game information and do not sell tickets.
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Players must be at least 18 years of age to play Argentinian lottery games.
Players have only 15 days to claim prizes, and by law, lottery operators cannot pay out prizes after this time.
Each Argentinian lottery operator spends its proceeds on specific projects, but the cash generally goes to good causes such as healthcare and social initiatives.