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Lotteries are a hugely popular part of Chilean culture, affording multiple chances to win prizes through various games held up to three times a day. The variety of daily draws include traditional lottery games plus further opportunities to win huge monthly prizes for the next 20 years!
There are two prominent lottery operators in Chile: Polla Chilena de Beneficencia, a state-owned/operated business, and Loteria de Concepcion, a private company with a licence to run lottery games across the entire country.
Launched in 1989, Clasico Loto is Chile’s main and longest-running lottery game, through which all the biggest lottery jackpots tend to originate. In addition to the main draw, there are an incredible five secondary games that can be played for further chances to win cash prizes.
Clasico Loto draws take place on Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday evenings at 21:00 local time.
Loto 3 takes place three times a day and is a very attractive game for Chileans due to its simple format and multiple ways to play. The most notable feature of Loto 3 is the ability for players to choose their own stake, which determines how much can be won depending on which of a choice of five bets are placed.
Loto 3 draws are held daily at 14:00, 18:00 and 21:00 local time.
Loto 4 is a popular twice-daily lottery draw with no rollover or jackpot caps. While the odds of winning are tiny due to the game’s format, rollovers are common and the jackpot can quickly grow.
Loto 4 draws are held daily at 14:00 and 21:00 local time.
Racha is another twice-daily draw game that attracts a lot of players thanks to its format, while also offering multiple chances to win prizes. Players need to choose 10 numbers out of a possible 20 for a chance to win the jackpot by matching all 10 chosen numbers or absolutely none at all! In fact, unless players match 4, 5 or 6 numbers, they are guaranteed to win a prize.
Racha draws take place twice daily at 15:00 and 21:00 local time.
Al fin le Achunté is Chile’s only lottery game that offers jackpot payouts as instalments rather than lump sums. Al fin le Achunté winners get a brilliant CLP 20 million a month for 20 years, with players also able to win the lump-sum jackpot plus monthly payouts, while secondary prizes can be paid out as instalments, too. Al fin le Achunté winners won’t have to worry about money for the next 1, 5, 10 or 20 years!
Al fin le Achunté draws are held on Wednesday, Thursday and Sunday afternoons at 14:00 local time.
Kino 5 is a simple lottery game, requiring players to choose five numbers from a possible 38. While the Kino 5 draw occurs daily, its secondary game, Agrandado, is drawn three times a day for a chance to win CLP 10 million, which is a higher jackpot than most of Chile’s main lottery games!
Kino 5 draws take place daily at 14:00.
Boleto is a bi-weekly game played on Monday afternoons.
It's a simple raffle draw, requiring players to choose five numbers between
0 and 9, as well as what they want to play for. Offering generous odds and huge
prizes, Boleto is one of the most popular lotteries in Chile.
Boleto doesn't have any secondary games.
Multiplica tus Lucas draws take place three times a day, giving players
plenty of opportunities to win prizes. Players choose 2, 3, or 4 numbers, and
can choose whether to bet on matching their selections in exact or random
Mutiplica tus Lucas doesn't have any secondary games.
The below table provides an overview of the schedule for each Chilean lottery game.
*Boleto draws held bi-weekly.
Chile’s biggest jackpot wins have all come from the Clasico Loto game, as follows:
Yes, tax of 17% applies to Chilean lottery prizes; however, this is deducted at source by the lottery operators before prizes are paid out, with the prizes advertised being those received.
Contact information for each Chilean lottery operator is listed below.
Tickets can be purchased from authorized lottery retailers in Chile, or online from lottery operator websites.
Clasico Loto is the only Chilean lottery game currently available on lottery agent websites.
Players must be at least 18 years of age to play lottery games in Chile.
Players have up to 60 days to claim prizes. By law, neither lottery operator can pay out prizes after this time.
Smaller prizes can be claimed from lottery retailers across Chile, while larger prizes require direct contact with the relevant lottery operator.
Local online players are paid directly into their online accounts, while overseas players participating through lottery agent websites will be paid into their respective lottery agent accounts.
Both lottery operators donate a significant portion of their proceeds to charitable causes, while proceeds from the state-owned Polla Chilena de Beneficencia also help to fund public services across Chile. The distribution of Polla Chilena de Beneficencia’s revenues to these locations is enshrined in Chilean law.