Bonoloto

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Advanced VEW Game
Jackpot
£ 370,000.00
Next Draw
21 August 2017
Price per line
£ 0.60

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Monday, 21 August 2017
Tuesday, 22 August 2017
Wednesday, 23 August 2017
Thursday, 24 August 2017
Friday, 25 August 2017
Saturday, 26 August 2017
Monday, 28 August 2017
Tuesday, 29 August 2017
Wednesday, 30 August 2017
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About Bonoloto

The BonoLoto is a Spanish lottery that offers great excitement for its players with a Jackpot that can roll over as many as six times a week, making for some very attractive prizes. The jackpot starts at around €400,000 and rolls over until it is won.

How To Play & Odds

The game itself is very simple to play. All you have to do is pick six numbers (from a range of 1 – 49) and in order to win the jackpot, all six main numbers drawn must match your selections. During the draw, a 7th additional number called the Complementario is drawn, and matching this as well as five of the main numbers wins the second tier prize.
Bonoloto also has a Reintegro feature whereby a number (from a range of 0 - 9) is randomly assigned to players tickets, and if the ticket fails to win a prize but matches the drawn Reintegro number, then the player is able to get a refund on the ticket price of € 0.50.
Overall there are five prize categories to be won, with the odds of getting the jackpot being 1 in 13,983,816.
Please find below a table displaying a breakdown of all the prize categories as well as the odds of winning them:
Rank 1 6 1 in 13,983,816
Rank 2 5 + Complementario 1 in 2,330,636
Rank 3 5 1 in 55,941
Rank 4 4 1 in 1,032
Rank 5 3 1 in 57
Reintegro Reintegro 1 in 10
The draws take place on Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday at 19:00 GMT, in the official lottery studios of the Spanish National Lottery operator, Loterias y Apuestas del Estado in Madrid.

Noteable winners

From the Bonoloto income, 55% of it is allocated to prizes and we have seen some fantastic winners’ stories. The largest Bonoloto jackpot to date was €7 million and was won by an anonymous individual in 1990. August 2010 was also a memorable month for this lottery after a flurry of big winners from Spain split a single jackpot of €2.5 million. Four winners from Fuengirola Malaga, Jerez de la Frontera and Puerto Santa Maria each pocketed €620,000, while the other from Huelva took home €596,000. Other winners include 94 employees from Merida who each won €34,000 after the group split a €3,217,858 jackpot. This is the highest amount of winners that have come from a single draw of the BonoLoto.
The table below displays the top 10 highest prizes paid out by the Bonoloto:
Date Prize Day
18/11/1990 €7,219,705,92 Sunday
20/06/2006 €7,042,570,46 Tuesday
14/12/2005 €6,491,274,41 Wednesday
26/06/2009 €5,385,730,25 Friday
15/09/2003 €4,750,990,47 Monday
10/10/2001 €4,739,080,82 Wednesday
25/11/2008 €4,428,393,21 Martes
15/02/2012 €4,351,634,30 Wednesday
19/12/2012 €4,344,445,88 Wednesday
22/03/2011 €4,326,963,46 Tuesday

History & Further information

Game History and Changes

The first Bonoloto draw took place on 28th February 1988 with the main goal being to offer players a regular draw at a reasonable price. It is part of the Primitiva group of Spanish national lotteries, La Loteria Nacional. In 1991, BonoLoto introduced the Reintegro feature, also used in El Gordo Lottery where a Reintegro number is randomly assigned to the ticket and any player who only matches that number, receives a refund of €0.50 on the price of their ticket.

Further Information

As well as 55% of all income through ticket sales going towards the Bonoloto prize pool, a large percentage of proceeds is also distributed into the development of new housing, healthcare, education, community, and cultural projects.