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Lotteries are hugely popular in the Dominican Republic, with players participating in national games and famous worldwide lotteries such as US Powerball.
Despite being such a small country, there are over 1,600 authorized lottery retailers in the Dominican Republic as well as an official website and app where players can buy tickets!
The scheduling of Dominican Republic lotteries means that there are at least two opportunities to play and win each day, with all draws being broadcast live on national television and radio.
Loto is one of the Dominican Republic’s main lottery games, which often acts as a gateway to more lucrative games rather than being played on its own.
To enter Loto, choose six numbers between 1 and 38 or go for an “Automatic” for numbers chosen at random. Entry into Loto is necessary to play the more lucrative Loto Mas or Super Mas games, both of which offer far bigger prizes.
Loto tickets cost RD$ 30.00.
Loto Mas is the first optional add-on game associated with Loto. In addition to choosing Loto numbers, players can pick an additional number from 1 to 10, which raises the minimum jackpot to RD$ 65 million, with an extra RD$ 50 million being added to the RD$15 million minimum Loto jackpot.
As with Loto, players can pick their own extra number or have it chosen for them at random.
Entry into Loto Mas costs an additional RD$ 20.00.
In Super Mas, players choose an additional number between 1 and 15.
Super Mas also has an additional jackpot of RD$ 200 million, for an opportunity to win RD$ 265 million by matching six Loto numbers, the Loto Mas number and the Super Mas number.
Super Mas entry costs an additional RD$ 50.00, for a total ticket price of RD$ 100 to play.
Loto Pool is a daily lottery with fixed prizes and a straightforward format, but there are no secondary games available.
Players simply choose five numbers from 1 to 31 to play for a fixed jackpot of RD$ 1 million. Secondary prizes are available for matching three or four numbers, although Loto Pool does not have any rollovers or rolldowns if the jackpot fails to be won.
Loto Pool tickets cost RD$ 20.00.
Loto Real is a popular alternative to Loto that uses the same “6 from 38” format, but with cheaper entry at RD$ 10.00 and RD$ 25.00.
As with Loto, players can manually choose their numbers or have them chosen at random. There are no secondary games available for Loto Real, but secondary prizes are available for matching three numbers.
Pega 4 Real is a twice-daily game that gives players the chance to win a fixed jackpot of RD$ 5,000.
Players must choose four digits between 1 and 9, to win the jackpot by matching all four digits in the order drawn.
The table below provides an overview of the schedule for each Dominican Republic lottery game.
The biggest lottery win to date was RD$ 264 million in March 2019.
There have also been several other wins in excess of RD$ 200 million in recent years.
Yes. In addition to the tax levied against ticket sales, winners pay taxes on their winnings at the rates highlighted below. Taxes are, however, deducted by the lottery vendor or operator when paying out prizes, so players do not need to declare prizes for tax purposes or take any further action.
Contact details for each Dominican Republic lottery operator are listed below.
Tickets can be purchased from lottery vendors across the Dominican Republic or online from the official website.
Yes, overseas players can play Dominican Republic lotteries via the official website.
Players must be at least 18 years of age to play Dominican Republic lottery games.
Prizes can be claimed from any of the 1,600 authorized lottery outlets across the Dominican Republic, although jackpots must be directly claimed from the lottery operator.
Online player prizes will be directly paid into their online lottery account.
Proceeds do not appear to be distributed directly throughout the Dominican Republic; however, tax revenues from lottery operators make up a significant portion of Dominican Republic government receipts.