Kino 5 is a popular lottery game played throughout Chile.
Kino 5 draws take place daily in the capital city of
Santiago at 14:00 local time.
Entry costs CLP 500.
To play, choose five numbers between 1 and 36, or go for a
Quick Pick for randomly generated numbers.
Up to 10 numbers can be chosen with Combined Play to vastly increase the
odds of winning a prize while also increasing the price of a ticket! There are
no additional prizes for matching six or seven numbers in this mode of play,
with the jackpot being paid out for matching five numbers only.
In Advance Play, participants can enter the same numbers in up to 28 Kino 5
draws at a time.
Kino 5 has an exciting secondary game called Agrandado (enlarged). This is a
thrice-daily draw with a jackpot of CLP 10 million, which
costs an additional CLP 250 to enter and covers entry into all three draws!
Kino 5 has a minimum guaranteed jackpot of CLP 300,000.
This is a rollover game with no jackpot or rollover caps, with the jackpot
quickly growing to more attractive levels as a consequence.
The odds of winning the Kino 5 jackpot are 1 in 17,952, which although
excellent odds, has a relatively modest jackpot. These odds are further boosted
by only needing to match five out of seven numbers to win.
Players can win prizes at four different tiers.
Players have up to 90 days to claim their Kino 5 winnings, and even though
subject to 17% income tax, Kino 5 prizes are taxed at source, so players get to
keep the lot.
All prizes are paid out as lump sums only.
Players must be at least 18 years of age to participate in
Tickets are available from lottery kiosks and authorized lottery agents
across Chile, including the ability to play online via the official Loteria de
Concepcion website or mobile app.
Kino 5 is not currently open to players from overseas, nor does it feature
on Lottery Agent websites.
Launched on August 4, 2013, Kino 5 is operated by Loteria de Concepcion, one
of two lottery operators in Chile alongside state-owned Polla Chilena de