Quiniela Plus is a popular lottery game played across Argentina, with
several chances to win prizes.
Draws are held six evenings a week on Monday to Saturday at 21:00
Quiniela Plus tickets cost ARS 15.
To play, choose eight sets of two-digit numbers from 01 to
99, or go for a Quick Pick for randomly generated numbers.
A total of 20 four-digit numbers are drawn, such as 1234, 6789, etc.
The Quiniela Plus jackpot is won by matching all eight player-selected
numbers with any of the final two digits from the selected group of 20
four-digit numbers, e.g., 34 and 89 from the numbers listed above.
The price of a Quiniela Plus ticket also includes the Super Plus and Chance
In Super Plus, the first two digits are relevant, e.g., 12 and 67, with
players who match the most numbers winning the Super Plus Jackpot.
In Chance Plus, the middle two digits are relevant, e.g., 23 and 78. This
game has the same prize structure as Quiniela Plus, with a fixed jackpot of ARS
800,000 for players who match their eight numbers.
Note that there are no additional prizes for matching more than eight
Quiniela Plus has a minimum guaranteed jackpot of ARS 1.2
This game has no jackpot or rollover cap, with the jackpot quickly reaching
much higher values due to it being drawn so frequently.
The odds of winning the Quiniela Plus jackpot are 1 in 1,477,239.
These are great odds for a lottery jackpot, but the prize itself is very
modest; however, as a six-days-a-week draw that is relatively inexpensive to
enter, Quiniela Plus is good value for money.
Players can win prizes at four different tiers, with secondary prizes fixed
for Quiniela Plus and Chance Plus.
Taxation on lottery prizes in Argentina is high, with 31% of winnings
deducted at source.
Quiniela Plus prizes are paid out as lump sums only, with players having
just 15 days to make a claim.
Players must be at least 18 years of age to play Quiniela
Tickets can be purchased from authorized retailers across Argentina, but
neither the official website or app sells tickets, which instead publish
results, generate numbers and provide additional information.
Overseas players are currently unable to participate in Quiniela Plus.
Quiniela Plus was launched in October 2004 and is operated by Loteria de la