Latest Peru lottery results for TINKA ✔, KÁBALA ✔, GANA DIARIO ✔. Find all the information you need about lotteries in Peru. Check your ticket or search past draws if you won the jackpot.
Lotteries are a popular part of Peruvian culture, with Peru being one of just a few South American countries to offer traditional lottery games only as opposed to raffle draws or a combination of both. While only one of the country's lotteries has a secondary game, prizes can be won nearly 300 times a day!
Gana Diario is a popular daily draw game with inexpensive tickets and a simple 5 from 35 format. While there are no secondary games, Gana Diario has a combination play feature that allows players to choose up to 15 numbers. This is a great way to enhance the chances of winning, but makes the price of a ticket far more expensive!
While Kabala has long odds for a relatively modest prize, it is the only lottery in Peru that has a secondary game, which makes it popular across the entire country.
Similar to Gana Diario, Kabala has a simple 6 from 40 format, in addition to a combination play option. Kabala's secondary game: Chau Chamba, is available for an extra PEN 1.00, giving players the chance to win PEN 5,000 per month for 20 years, while also offering a number of secondary prizes.
Chau Chamba is also the only Peruvian lottery game to pay in instalments rather than lump sums.
Tinka is Peru's main national lottery and the country's most lucrative game. Tinka uses a 6 from 45 format, therefore having the longest odds of any Peruvian lottery, while its combination play option is limited to 12 numbers rather than 15.
With a generous starting jackpot of PEN 1.5 million and no rollover cap, the Tinka jackpot often reaches huge sums of money.
Kinelo is Peru's most popular lottery game, with draws taking place every five minutes, 24 hours a day!
Kinelo offers players the widest choice of numbers of any Peruvian lottery, with between two and 10 numbers from a possible 80 available. Depending on the number of selections, players can win a variety of prizes in addition to the jackpot, with payouts linked to the amount wagered and the overall number of tickets sold for each game.
The below table provides an overview of the schedule for each Peruvian lottery game.
Peru’s biggest jackpot wins have all come from Tinka, as follows:
Yes, tax of 10% is levied on all Peruvian lottery prizes.
Contact information for each Peruan lottery operator is listed below.
Tickets can be purchased from authorized lottery retailers in Peru or from the official Intralot de Peru website.
Tinka is the only Peruvian lottery game currently available to overseas players on lottery agent websites.
Players must be at least 18 years of age to play lottery games in Peru.
Players have up to 180 days to claim most prizes.
Prizes of up to PEN 5,000 can be claimed from authorized lottery retailers at any time. Players can also claim prizes of up to PEN 1 million from these retailers, but may have to wait up to 30 days for their payout. Alternatively, prizes can be paid out by cheque or bank transfer.
Players who win more than PEN 1 million must claim this directly from Intralot de Peru, but only have up to 90 days to do so.
Intralot de Peru distributes its proceeds to charitable causes across the country.