The president of Lotteries and State Bets (Selae), Jesús Huerta, presented on Wednesday, July 10, the summer campaign of the Extraordinary Christmas Raffle 2019, in which the "best" fortune tellers in Spain try to predict where the Gordo prize will fall next December 22.
Lotteries bet this summer for humor and has chosen experts in predicting the future as protagonists of their campaign. Tarot, pendulum, horoscope and mentalism They are the arts and methods that fortune-tellers use to make their prediction.
The campaign, which accompanies the mythical slogan 'What if the Christmas Gordo falls here?' In reference to the summer place of the Spaniards, it has a spot for movie theater and television, as well as several audiovisual pieces for digital formats, social networks and other media. Further, will have broadcast in graphic media and radio, as well as outdoor advertising support in marquees, mupis or monoposters.
The president of State Lotteries and Betting has also announced that the tenths of the Extraordinary Draw of the Christmas Lottery in the 11,000 points of sale of its commercial network. The traditional draw will distribute a total of 2.38 billion euros on December 22 in prizes, the same amount as in 2018.
In this way, 170 million tenths are put back into circulation this year and the issue consists of 170 series of 100,000 numbers each. Thus, the issuance amounts to 3,400 million euros, 70 percent goes to prizes.
The first prize, popularly known as the Gordo, will distribute 400,000 euros to the tenth prizewinner; the second, 125,000 euros to the tenth; and the third, 50,000 euros to the tenth. The amount of the ticket is 20 euros.
During his speech, the president of Lotteries has emphasized the "value of sharing" that has allowed the draw "to remain rooted in Spanish society generation after generation for more than 200 years".
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