Al fin le Achunté is a popular lottery game in Chile.
Draws take place three times a week on Wednesdays,
Fridays and Sundays at 14:00 local time.
Entry costs CLP 1,000 for a simple game, or CLP
1,500 for a chance to win bigger prizes.
To play, choose seven main numbers between 1 and 30 plus a Lucky
Number between 1 and 3. Alternatively, go for numbers generated at
Players must then choose one of the following:
In Combined Play, choose up to 11 main numbers to vastly increase the odds
of winning a prize.
Advance Play is available for up to 15 draws at a time.
The top prize is CLP 2 million per month, which if paid out over 20 years
can total CLP 480 million.
The lump-sum Millionaire Well jackpot starts at CLP 2
million, but can roll over an unlimited number of times.
The top prize is won by matching the seven main numbers plus the lucky
number, at odds of 1 in 6,107,400.
Millionaire Well is won by matching the seven main numbers only, at odds of
1 in 3,053,700.
Players can win prizes at nine different tiers.
Players must claim prizes within 90 days of the draw.
The Millionaire Well jackpot is paid out as a lump sum, while other jackpot
prizes can be paid out monthly under the terms of each respective game.
All prizes are subject to 17% income tax, but because this is levied at
source, players get to keep the advertised amount.
Players must be at least 18 years of age to play Al fin le
Tickets are available from lottery kiosks and authorized lottery agents
across Chile, with online play also available via the official Loteria de
Concepcion website or mobile app.
Al fin le Achunté is not currently open to players from overseas.
Launched on June 2, 2016, Al fin le Achunté was originally called Super
Iman, which has kept the same format throughout its existence. It is operated
by Loteria de Concepcion, one of two lottery operators in Chile alongside
state-owned operator Polla Chilena de Beneficencia.