The Spanish El Niño lottery draw is held live in Madrid, Spain on the 6th of January. Here you can find out more about the El Niño lottery and how it works. We also have an overview on all the El Niño prize categories and odds of winning.
The table below shows some of the top results from the Spanish 2013 El Niño lottery draw.
The first 2 lines of this El Niño prize table show you the first and second prizes won in the 2013 draw. The rest of the table goes on to show the most frequent of slightly smaller prizes won, (third place top prizes).
The results table is divided into 3 columns – (Winning ticket numbers), Prize per winning ticket and Prize per share of a winning ticket.
|Winning ticket numbers
(first prize to third prize)
|Prize per winning ticket||Prize per tenth of a winning ticket|
|Jackpot: 30875||€ 2,000,000||€ 200,000|
|Second prize: 46674||€ 1,000,000||€ 100,000|
|49450||€ 14,000||€ 1,400|
|34701||€ 14,000||€ 1,400|
|66720||€ 14,000||€ 1,400|
|11182||€ 14,000||€ 1,400|
|50601||€ 14,000||€ 1,400|
|15094||€ 14,000||€ 1,400|
|34676||€ 14,000||€ 1,400|
|16781||€ 14,000||€ 1,400|
|26316||€ 14,000||€ 1,400|
|83490||€ 14,000||€ 1,400|
|12522||€ 14,000||€ 1,400|
|45916||€ 14,000||€ 1,400|
The “Winning ticket numbers” column, gives you the ticket number of that particular El Nino lottery.
The next column, “Prize per winning ticket”, gives you the full amount that ticket is worth, in other words, if anybody had bought 100 percent of that El Niño ticket or ‘Billete’, then that is how much they would have won if they had that particular lottery number.
The last column “Prize per share”, gives the amount that each player would have won if they had only bought a share or ‘decimo’ of that ticket.
The Spanish Christmas Lottery or how the Spanish call it El Gordo de Navidad will be held prior to the El Niño lottery draw, on the 22nd December. Buy your tickets for the current El Niño draw online at Lottery24.com.