Chile - Loto



Past Results

Thursday 22 Feb 2024
  • 16
  • 23
  • 27
  • 31
  • 34
  • 35
  • 9
  • 2


Winning Numbers

The Most Common Drawn Loto Numbers - Hot Numbers
37
Drawn 132 times
9 Days ago
15 Feb 2024
38
Drawn 127 times
27 Days ago
28 Jan 2024
2
Drawn 126 times
13 Days ago
11 Feb 2024
15
Drawn 125 times
39 Days ago
16 Jan 2024
29
Drawn 124 times
16 Days ago
08 Feb 2024
31
Drawn 124 times
2 Days ago
22 Feb 2024
3
Drawn 47 times
18 Days ago
06 Feb 2024
The Least Often Drawn Loto Numbers - Cold Numbers
6
Drawn 96 times
6 Days ago
18 Feb 2024
3
Drawn 96 times
20 Days ago
04 Feb 2024
9
Drawn 97 times
11 Days ago
13 Feb 2024
32
Drawn 97 times
30 Days ago
25 Jan 2024
8
Drawn 98 times
9 Days ago
15 Feb 2024
25
Drawn 99 times
11 Days ago
13 Feb 2024
25
Drawn 10 times
34 Days ago
21 Jan 2024
The statistics are generated from 2019 to the latest draw


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Loto

Loto Clásico, locally known as simply “Loto”, is Chile’s national lottery game. A ticket costs 1,000 Chilean pesos.

Loto draws take place three times a week on Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday evenings at 21:00 local time.

Players enter Loto by choosing six numbers between 1 and 41,or with randomly selected numbers.

As well as buying a traditional ticket, “Combined Plays” is also available, enabling players to enter up to 10 numbers into the Loto draw in multiple combinations.

Players buying a Loto Clásico ticket can also take part in up to five additional games called “Recargado”, “Revancha”, “Desquite”, “Jubilazo” and “Multiplicar”.

Players must buy tickets for these games in a specific order, with “Recargado” needing to be played before “Revancha”, and “Revancha” then giving access to “Desquite”. After entering “Desquite”, players can then participate in “Jubilazo” or “Multiplicar”.

It costs between 200 and 500 Chilean pesos to play these other games, with the maximum total ticket price costing 3,000 Chilean pesos if all games are added to the Loto Clásico entry.

Jackpot

Lotto guarantees a minimum jackpot of 250 million Chilean pesos.

This lottery has no rollover or jackpot cap, which has led to some huge jackpot wins in the past.

The highest Loto jackpots won to date are:

  • 10.3 billion Chilean pesos on February 5, 2019.
  • 8.5 billion Chilean pesos on August 11, 2011.
  • 8 billion Chilean pesos on October 18, 2016.

Odds and Prizes

The odds of winning the Loto Clásico jackpot are 1 in 4,496,388.

These are excellent odds for a national lottery game, being better than many lotteries that offer a similar jackpot such as Brazil’s Dupla Sena or Austria’s Lotto.

Players can win Loto Clásico prizes at eight prize tiers.

Prize Category Numbers Matched Winning Odds Winning Odds %

1

6

1 in 4,496,388

0.00002

2

5, plus Bonus Ball

1 in 149,398

0.0007

3

5

1 in 22,041

0.005

4

4, plus Bonus Ball

1 in 8,816

0.01

5

4

1 in 534

0.19

6

3, plus Bonus Ball

1 in 401

0.25

7

3

1 in 38

2.6

8

2, plus Bonus Ball

1 in 50

2

Payout and Taxes

Players have up to 90 to days to claim their Loto winnings. All prizes are paid out as lump sums.

Winnings are subject to 17% tax. Players outside of Chile should check local tax laws to find out if their winnings will be taxable at home.

Who Can Play Loto Clásico?

Players must be at least 18 years of age to participate in Loto Clásico.

Tickets are on sale at authorized lottery kiosks across Chile. Players can also participate online via the official Loto Clásico website or via Lottery Agent websites if playing from abroad.

History of Loto Clásico

The first Loto Clásico draw took place on November 17, 1989. Loto Clásico is operated by Polla Chilena de Beneficencia.