Quiniela Correntina is a traditional Argentinian quiniela-type lottery that is primarily available to residents of the province of Corrientes.
Draws are held four times a day from Monday to Saturday, at 11:30, 14:00, 17:30 and 21:00 local time.
To enter Quiniela Correntina, players must purchase a ticket from an authorised lottery seller, which will be printed with a random four-digit number. There is no option for players to select their own numbers and nor are additional features like advance play available.
Quiniela Correntina doesn’t have any secondary games either.
Quiniela Correntina doesn’t have a fixed or guaranteed minimum jackpot, with the jackpot depending on the volume of tickets sold.
The format of Quiniela Correntina guarantees that all prizes are always won, with no jackpot rollovers or prize rolldowns being associated with this game.
The odds of winning the Quiniela Correntina jackpot are 1 in 10,000.
Due to the format of this lottery, the odds of winning secondary prizes are also 1 in 10,000.
Secondary prizes are awarded depending on the order in which numbers are drawn, having a prize format as follows:
Prize winners have just 15 days to claim prizes, which are always paid out as lump sums.
Argentina has one of the world’s highest tax rates for lottery prizes, at 31%. Conveniently, tax is deducted at source, so players are not required to declare prizes to the authorities.
Players must be at least 18 years of age to play Quiniela Correntina.
Tickets can be purchased from authorized retailers across the province of Corrientes. Some lottery operators in other Argentinian provinces also provide entry into Quiniela Correntina, but the game is currently not available to overseas players.
Quiniela Correntina is operated by Lotemovil, which also provides access to other provincial and national lottery games across Argentina.