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Loto 4

Loto 4 is a popular lottery game played in Chile.

Draws, open to all members of the general public, take place twice daily at 14:00 and 21:00 local time at lottery operator headquarters in Santiago.

Loto 4 entry costs CLP 250.

To play, choose four numbers between 1 and 23, or opt for randomly generated numbers.

Players can also use Combination Play to enter up to 10 numbers into Loto 4 as every possible combination, but while this increases the chances of winning, it also increases the cost of entry.

In Advance Play, participants can enter up to a week’s worth of draws at once.

Loto 4 does not have any secondary games or opportunities to win beyond the main draw.


Loto 4 has a minimum guaranteed jackpot of CLP 100,000.

Unlike other Polla Chilena de Beneficencia lottery games, Loto 4 is a rollover lottery with no caps, and due to the twice-daily draws, its jackpot can grow quite quickly due to increased ticket sales fuelled by the larger prize.

Odds and Prizes

The odds of winning the Loto 4 jackpot are 1 in 8,855, which are excellent, but with a very modest payout in comparison to far higher prizes available from other global lottery games.

Players can win Loto 4 prizes at three different tiers, with prizes at the two secondary prize tiers being fixed.

Prize Category Numbers Matched Winning Odds Winning Odds %
1 4 1 in 8,855 0.01
2 3 1 in 117 0.85
3 2 1 in 9 11.1

Payout and Taxes

No tax is levied against Loto 4 winnings.

Loto 4 prize winners have only 60 days to make a claim, with the lottery operator legally forbidden to pay out prizes after this period.

Players who win as part of a syndicate can be paid as individual members of this group after completion of the relevant claim forms.

Who Can Play Loto 4?

Players must be at least 18 years of age to play Loto 4.

Loto 4 tickets can be acquired at lottery kiosks and from authorized agents throughout Chile. Participants can also play Loto 4 online via the Polla Chilena de Beneficencia website.

Loto 4 is not currently open to players from abroad.

History of Loto 4

Launched in 2002, Loto 4 is operated by state-owned Polla Chilena de Beneficencia.

As with other lottery games operated by Polla Chilena de Beneficencia, proceeds from Loto 4 help to fund a range of public services and good causes, with such contributions protected by national law.