Give the Spain BonoLoto a try!
Where to Buy Lottery Tickets
The Spain BonoLoto was founded by the Loteria Nacional – the lottery organization in Spain. The goal of providing this lottery was to offer a less expensive lottery that could be played throughout the week. The lottery started operating on February 28th, 1988 and in 1991 the BonoLoto began using a ‘reintegro’ system that refunded players the price of their ticket if they correctly chose the reintegro number that was drawn.
Drawings for the Spain BonoLoto are held multiple days each week. More specifically, the drawings take place on Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Fridays.
How to Play
To play the Spain BonoLoto, players need to choose 6 numbers from a range between 1 and 49. Then, lottery officials will draw a bonus number known as a complementario number. If players match 5 out of 6 numbers as well as the bonus number, they will win the 2nd place prize.
Lottery Age Limit
You have to be at least 18 years of age to play the Spain BonoLoto.
The following countries participate in the Spain BonoLoto: Spain
There are a total of 5 prizes that can be won in the Spain BonoLoto including the top jackpot prize. The prize structure of this lottery is as follows:
- 1st place prize: Match all 6 numbers
- 2nd place prize: Match 5 numbers plus the bonus number
- 3rd place prize: Match 5 numbers
- 4th place prize: Match 4 numbers
- 5th place prize: Match 3 numbers
The top jackpot prize for the Spain BonoLoto will continue to grow until it has been won.
To win the Spain BonoLoto jackpot, players need to match all 6 numbers in the draw. All of the prizes are paid out in one lump sum payment.
The biggest jackpot that was ever won in the Spain BonoLoto was €7 million. This prize was won by one player back in 1990.
Distribution of Revenue
The jackpot prize for the Spain BonoLoto will rollover to the next draw if nobody wins it. New legislation was passed on January 1st, 2013 in regards to lotteries in Spain. This legislation requires that lottery prizes over €2,500 will be taxed by the government at a rate of 20%. In addition, 70% of the profits that are made from this lottery are used towards education, health, community, cultural and housing development in Spain.