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Lotteries are a significant part of Spanish culture: originally established in Spain as early as 1763, lotteries were abolished around 100 years later before making a comeback as the modern games played today in the late 20th century.
Today, Spanish lottery enthusiasts can participate in a wide variety of local and transnational games through two government-owned operators: Loterías y Apuestas del Estado (SELAE) and Organización Nacional de Ciegos Españoles (ONCE). The format and scheduling of Spanish lotteries means players are able to win a variety of prizes multiple times per day, every day of the week.
Along with the primary lottery operators in France and the United Kingdom, Loterías y Apuestas del Estado was a founding member of Euromillions in 2004. Today, Euromillions (Euromillones in Spanish) is played in eight additional countries across Europe.
Euromillions offers the biggest starting jackpot currently available in Spain, while also giving participants the chance to win €1 million for every line played.
El Gordo - not to be confused with the Loteria Nacional Christmas super draw that uses the same name - is a popular draw that takes place every Sunday evening. While the odds of winning the El Gordo jackpot are huge, the game has one of the best starting jackpots in the country, including short odds of winning a prize, all for an entry cost of just €1.00!
La Primitiva uses a traditional six-from-49 format, plus an additional chance to increase the jackpot by matching a “Reintegro” number.
With the exception of Euromillions, La Primitiva is responsible for the biggest jackpot wins in Spanish lottery history, having become a hugely popular game as a result.
La Primitiva also has a Joker game for an opportunity to win additional prizes.
As with La Primitiva, Bonoloto uses a traditional six-from-49 format; however, with its six draws a week and an entry cost of just €0.50 per line, Bonoloto has smaller jackpots and a lack of additional games.
Because Bonoloto is a rollover lottery with no jackpot cap, the top prize often exceeds the €400,000 minimum jackpot value.
Lototurf is a unique game that combines a traditional lottery draw with horse racing results. Draws take place once a week on Sundays, unless there are horse racing fixtures scheduled on Wednesdays or Thursdays, in which case extra draws are added.
Players enter Lototurf by choosing a combination of numbers and the stall number of a selected horse race from 1 to 12. There are no additional games.
Loteria Nacional isn’t a lottery game in the traditional sense of the word, but a raffle draw. Participants purchase a pre-printed ticket from lottery retailers or generate a ticket number via the operator’s website or app.
While there are no secondary games, Loteria Nacional has two separate draws, with a single ticket purchase being good for entry into both. Despite its low jackpot, Loteria Nacional pays out a pool of €42 million each draw, with thousands of additional prizes also available.
EuroJackpot tickets were first sold in Spain via ONCE in June 2012, three months after the game launched elsewhere in Europe. Today, EuroJackpot is available in a further 17 countries, including frequent rollovers and huge jackpots due to the long odds of winning
Although EuroJackpot doesn’t have any secondary games, players can win prizes at 12 different tiers!
Cupon Diario is a popular raffle game with multiple chances to win prizes from Monday to Thursday. Buying a standard ticket for €1.00 affords the chance to win a €35,000 lump sum, while for just €0.50 more, participants can win €3,000 per month over 25 years!
Cuponazo is a weekly raffle game that has the biggest minimum jackpot in Spain outside of Euromillions. Players must buy a pre-printed ticket from a lottery vendor or online, and although there are no secondary games, players can increase the minimum jackpot from €9 million to €15 million for an extra €2.00 per ticket!
Sueldazo is another game with an opportunity to win a lump sum in addition to regular payments. Players can win a lump sum of €300,000, plus payments of €5,000 per month over 20 years, for a total payout of €1.5 million! In this game, there is no need to pay any extra to unlock the regular payout opportunity.
Super Once is drawn three times a day, with its respective daily draws known as Super Once 1, Super Once 2 and Super Once 3.
Super Once is a unique game where players get to choose the amount of numbers they wish to match. Participants can choose between five and 11 selections from a total pool of 80 numbers. The maximum jackpot of €1 million is won by matching all 11 selections, with more modest prizes of €225 for players who match five selections only. Multiple secondary prizes are also available, irrespective of the number of selections.
The below table provides an overview of the schedule for each Spanish lottery game.
*Midweek Lototurf games are only played if there are corresponding horse racing events on these days.
The biggest lottery jackpot won in Spain to date was €190 million by a Euromillions player in October 2017.
All of the biggest wins from local games have come from La Primitiva:
Yes, prizes of over €40,000 are subject to 20% income tax. Overseas players should check local tax laws to see if they need to declare winnings at home; however, Spain has treaties in place with several other countries that enable overseas players to claim tax refunds if they are double-taxed.
Contact information for each Spanish lottery operator is listed below.
Loterías y Apuestas del Estado
Tickets for all games are available from authorized lottery outlets across the country. Also, entry into Loterías y Apuestas del Estado games is available via its website and mobile app.
The ONCE website also sells tickets, although no mobile app is available at present.
Yes, the Bonoloto, El Gordo and La Primitiva games are widely available on lottery agent websites, along with the Euromillions and EuroJackpot games.
Players must be at least 18 years of age to play Spanish lottery games.
Players have three months to claim prizes, which are paid out as lump sums only. The jackpots for the Cupon Diario and Sueldazo games are paid out as a combination of lump sum and monthly payments, but for all other games, winnings are paid out as lump sums only.
For Loterías y Apuestas del Estado games, prizes of up to €600 can be claimed from lottery outlets, with higher-value prizes requiring direct contact with the operator.
Players who win prizes from ONCE-operated games can claim prizes of up to €200 from lottery outlets, but need to directly contact the operator for larger wins.
Proceeds from Loterías y Apuestas del Estado’s lotteries are distributed to state programs across Spain, as well as being donated to a variety of charity partners such as the Red Cross.
In contrast, ONCE distributes all proceeds to causes for the blind and the visually impaired.