Latest Mexico lottery results for CHISPAZO ✔, MELATE ✔, MELATE RETRO ✔, MELATE REVANCHA ✔, MELATE REVANCHITA ✔. Find all the information about lotteries in Mexico. Check your ticket or search past draws if you won the jackpot.
Lotteries have a long and storied history in Mexico, with the first game being launched in 1984. A variety of lotteries and secondary games are now available across the country, giving lottery enthusiasts multiple opportunities to win prizes throughout the week.
All of Mexico’s lottery games are run by Pronosticos, a Government-run department responsible for the distribution of public funds across the country.
Chispazo is a popular twice-daily lottery game, with players having 14 chances to win prizes throughout the week. Entry costs just MXN 10.
Players must choose five numbers from 1 to 28 or go for a “Chispático” for numbers chosen at random. System entry is available for players who want to increase their chances of winning, with the option to choose six or seven numbers and enter the draw with multiple combinations.
The Chispazo jackpot rolls down if not won, so secondary prize winners have the opportunity to see their winnings grow significantly if no-one claims the jackpot.
Due to its nature as a twice-daily game, Chispazo has no secondary games.
Melate is Mexico’s longest running and main national lottery game.
Tickets cost MXN 15, with players choosing six numbers between 1 and 56 or opting for a “Melático” for random selections. Melate has no jackpot or rollover cap, with the top prize having a history of growing to huge sums before being won. Melate has a further eight prize tiers for ample opportunities to win!
In addition to the main draw, Melate has two secondary games: Revancha and Revanchita that use the main numbers from Melate. Entry into these games costs MXN 10 and MXN 5, respectively, with significant jackpots and secondary prizes on offer.
Launched in 2010, Melate Retro uses the format adopted by the Melate game prior to its relaunch. Tickets cost MXN 10, with a total of seven prize tiers available.
Players choose six numbers between 1 and 39 or can go for a random selection. Melate Retro has a unique “Coperacha” option that enables players to buy a ticket in conjunction with four friends or family members, with each stakeholder claiming 20% of the winnings.
Combination entry is also available, in which players select up to 10 numbers and enter multiple combinations.
The below table provides an overview of the schedule for each Mexican lottery game.
Mexico’s biggest jackpot wins have all come from Melate:
Yes, tax of 7% is levied on all Mexican lottery prizes; however, this is deducted at source, so players don’t need to declare their winnings.
Contact information for Mexican lottery operator is listed below.
Tickets can be purchased from authorized lottery retailers across Mexico, while local residents can also enter via the official Prognosticos website.
Yes, all three lottery games can be played via lottery agent websites, some of which allow participation in respective secondary games.
Players must be at least 21 years of age to play lottery games in Mexico.
All prizes are paid out as lump sums only, with players having up to 60 days to claim their winnings.
Proceeds from Mexican lotteries are distributed through public expenditure and charitable causes across the country.