Latest Aruba lottery results for LOTTO 5 ✔, LOTTO DI DIA ✔, BIG 4 ✔, CATOCHI ✔, DIARIO ✔, MINI MEGA ✔. Find all the information you need about lotteries in Aruba. Check your ticket or search past draws if you won the jackpot.
A vast number of lottery games are available in Aruba, with opportunities to win prizes multiple times a day! While none of Aruba’s lotteries have secondary games, multiple ticket add-ons are available for additional jackpots or to increase the value of prizes.
All of Aruba’s lotteries are run by a single operator - Lotto E Loteria di Aruba - with tickets available from dozens of authorized lottery retailers across the island or via the official website.
Catochi is one of several Pick 4 style games available in Aruba, which gives players the opportunity to win prizes in several different ways, as well as determining the size of prizes when entering with larger stakes.
To enter Catochi, choose four numbers from 0 to 9, and because numbers are chosen individually, players can choose the same number two, three or four times if they wish. The jackpot is won by matching all four numbers, with secondary prizes on offer for matching the last two or three numbers, or the first and last number. Players must choose their bet size when purchasing a ticket.
Big 4 has the same format as Catochi, but with players only being able to bet on matching all four (or the last three) numbers drawn.
Big 4 also has a lower maximum stake and is therefore not as lucrative as Catochi even with its higher initial jackpot.
1-Off is a unique lottery game with Pick 4 elements, while also giving players a different way to win secondary prizes.
To enter, choose four numbers between 0 and 9 in the same way asCatochi or Big 4. The only way to win the jackpot is by matching all four numbers in the order drawn. Secondary prizes can be won by players who are “1-Off” with at least one of their selections. For example, players who choose 1-2-3-4 will win a secondary prize if 1-2-3-5 is drawn.
Note that the 1-Off element relates to a specific number, not the amount of numbers drawn, e.g.; a player who chooses a 4 will be 1-Off with a 3 or 5.
Zodiac is a popular lottery game that combines Pick 4 elements with signs of the zodiac to win the jackpot and secondary prizes.
Players can go for higher stakes for the chance to win more significant jackpots, which is won by matching four numbers in the order drawn plus the chosen sign of the zodiac, with secondary prizes also being available for matching three or four numbers.
Lucky 3 is the only Pick 3 style lottery game played in Aruba.
Players enter by choosing three numbers from 0 to 9, including the ability to choose the same number multiple times. Lucky 3 is a jackpot-only game, with players able to increase their winnings by staking as much as 50.00 Aruban florins (Afl.) per ticket.
Lucky 3 players can increase their winnings by adding Multi-X to their ticket. In Multi-X, a multiplier ball is drawn before the Lucky 3 draw, with the jackpot increasing by up to five times!
Korsou is another Pick 4 style game with multiple opportunities to win prizes. Three sets of four numbers are drawn during Korsou, with secondary and tertiary prizes available for each set of numbers, in addition to the jackpot.
As well as matching all four numbers in the order drawn, players can attempt to match the last two or three numbers, or the first two numbers.
Lotto di Dia is a traditional-style lottery, with players choosing five numbers between 1 and 30, who can also go for a Quick Pick to enter with random selections.
Combination play is also available, with players able to choose up to nine numbers that are then entered into the draw in multiple combinations. Alternatively, players can choose three or four numbers, with each remaining number or combination being added to their selections. This can massively increase the chances of winning, but leads to a considerably more expensive ticket price!
Entry into Lotto di Dia costs Afl. 2.00.
Lotto 5 is another traditional lottery game, with players choosing five numbers between 1 and 35 or going for a Quick Pick to play with random selections.
Players can use Combination Entry to participate with up to nine numbers or, as with Lotto di Dia, choose three or four numbers that are then combined with each remaining number or combination, to create multiple entries.
Lotto 5 tickets cost Afl. 4.00.
Mini Mega is a Powerball-style game and Aruba’s most lucrative lottery, offering the biggest potential jackpots, a fantastic add-on and a wealth of secondary prizes.
To enter, players choose four main numbers between 1 and 30, plus a Mega Ball number between 1 and 15. Players can also go for a Quick Pick to enter with random selections if they wish.
Players can also add Mega Plus to their ticket, which adds Afl. 100,000 to the minimum Afl. 250,000 jackpot if they match four numbers plus the Mega Ball.
Mini Mega entry costs Afl. 5.00, with the Mega Plus add-on costing an extra Afl. 2.00.
Diario is a daily Pick 4 style game that works in a similar way to Korsou, with three sets of numbers being drawn each game.
In addition to winning the jackpot, players who match the second and third sets of drawn numbers in order also win prizes, but there are no prizes for those who only match two or three numbers.
The table below provides an overview of the schedule for each Aruban lottery game.
Times marked with * are temporary draw times as of May 2021, owing to government COVID-19 restrictions. Following the lifting of these restrictions, the 19:15 draws will revert back to 21:00. The Korsou game is drawn in Curaçao and is therefore not affected by Aruban restrictions.
The biggest lottery wins in Aruba are not known, but are likely to have all come from the Mini Mega game, which offers a minimum jackpot of Afl. 350,000 when adding Mega Plus to the ticket.
No, lottery winnings are exempt from taxation in Aruba.
Contact details for each Aruban lottery operator are listed below.
Tickets can be purchased from authorized lottery retailers across the country or online via the operator’s official website.
No, games are only available to residents of Aruba.
Players must be at least 18 years of age to play Aruban lottery games.
Players have up to 90 days to claim prizes.
Prizes of Afl. 3,500 or less can be claimed in cash from any lottery retailer in Aruba, whereas prizes exceeding this amount must be directly claimed from the lottery operator, with players requiring an Aruban bank account and photo ID to receive their winnings.
The proceeds of Aruban lotteries are distributed to good causes across the country.