bonoloto lottery

About the BonoLoto Lottery

The Bonoloto Lottery is regulated by the Sociedad Estatal Loterías y Apuestas del Estado, in Spain. It aims to be accessible for anyone to enjoy by offering frequent and affordable draws since 1988.


The Bonoloto lottery numbers draw six nights a week, and there are five prize divisions. The game’s aim is to match your chosen numbers to those drawn. A seventh number is also in play. The other number is the Complementario (Complementary), which creates a 5+1 win in the 2nd prize category. 


In 1991 Reimbursement or Reintegro was introduced. Tickets are randomly given this privilege upon purchase. If your selection has no matching numbers other than the pulled Reintegro number (0-9), you'll be able to claim a refund of your ticket.  


To join the fun, the cost for a single line is €0.50. However, the minimum you can play for is €1.00. Therefore you'll need to purchase at least two lines from a single draw or place a single line on two draws.  


Playing this lottery can be very lucrative. Although it's drawn frequently and is cheap to enter, over 55% of the income goes to prize money. The lottery jackpot starts at €400,000, and every time it's not won, it’ll rollover.

BonoLoto Lottery FAQ

Many people have won considerable amounts of money over the years. The most significant Bonoloto lottery winners took home a jackpot of over €7,000,000 in 1990. Luckily for this winner, they avoided the 20% government tax rule that amounts to over €2,500. It came into force in 2013. 


The most recent big win came in 2015 when a player won the third biggest ever jackpot at €6,491,273

The draw is televised straight out of the Loterías y Apuestas del Estado lottery studios. You can watch it on a variety of Spanish speaking stations, including the news. Due to the game’s worldwide popularity, Bonoloto Lottery results are easily found on many websites online.  

The lottery boasts some of the best odds in comparison to other lotteries from around the world. Below is a breakdown of the probability of being a winner. 


  • 1st prize division (jackpot): Requires six numbers to win. You have a probability of 1 in 13,983,816 chances. 
  • 2nd prize division: Requires 5 numbers + the complementary number to win. You have a 1 in 103,769,105 chance in your numbers matching.
  • 3rd prize division: Requires five matching numbers. You have a 1 in 1,235,346 chance in winning. 
  • 4th prize division: Requires only four numbers to match. You have a 1 in 11,907 chance of being a winner. 

5th prize division: Requires the least amount of matches at three numbers. You have a 1 in 327 chance of winning.

Playing is easy. All you need to do is select six numbers from 1 to 49. If you can't decide, then the 'Quick Pick' option will randomly select them for you. Afterward, choose the number of entries you wish your numbers eligible for. You can choose a one-time play, which makes your numbers available for a single draw. You can choose a minimum of two bets and a maximum of eight on one ticket. 


If you desire to play all the weekly draws coming up, you can select the 'Multiple draw' option. Alternatively, you can also subscribe online. By doing this, the money will come out of your preferred payment method before every draw. Your chosen numbers will then gain automatic entry until you cancel your subscription. 


Lastly, there's a dynamic ticket option. With this choice, you can select a higher number of numbers per draw. Ultimately boosting the odds of a win. You can select up to 11 numbers on a dynamic ticket, which qualify for varying amounts of bets. For example:


  •  7 numbers = 7 bets
  • 8 numbers = 28 bets
  • 9 numbers = 84 bets
  • 10 numbers = 210 bets
  • 11 numbers = 462 bets

Five lottery divisions draw six times a week, every day except Sunday. You can tune in at 9:30 pm GMT+2 throughout the week and between 1:00 pm and 2:00 pm on a Saturday.


To find out the Bonoloto lottery results, instantly check out the official Bonoloto website for the latest results. You can also receive email notifications that will keep you up to date on the action.

Alternatively, you can also download the Bonoloto lottery app. It's free and compatible with Android. The app offers real-time results, online tickets, and Bonoloto information.

A Bonoloto voucher refers to the physical ticket you can purchase from lottery retailers. Enter a store to fill out a voucher with your preferred numbers to take home and wait for the draw to happen. 

If you believe you've won, you'll then return to a lottery retailer with your voucher. They'll then use a Bonoloto lottery ticket scanner to check if and what you've won.

Cashing your winnings is just as easy as playing the game. How you go about this will depend on how you bought your ticket. For instance, if you play online, the money will automatically be sent to the payment method you link to the account. It's then up to you to withdraw the amount or keep it in your account to fund future participation. The same process is correct for mobile app users. 


If you purchase your ticket at a brick-and-mortar retailer, then you'll need to revisit one. It doesn't have to be in the same shop. Check out the list at the top of the page for further information on locations.


They'll then check your ticket, and if they have the means, they'll pay out instantly. If you've won a considerable amount, you'll be guided through the Bonoloto payment procedures by customer support. 


If you're a jackpot winner, you may have to travel to the official Bonoloto headquarters to pick up your prize in person. If this is the scenario, then the lottery may decide to pay for your travel expenses.


Winners of large sums will also have the option to receive their prize either as lump sum or annuity. If you choose the latter, you opt to receive the sum in installments over a fixed period. A lump sum allows you to take the money entirely. However, in most lottery policies, the lump sum value is less than if you agree to receive it over time. 

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