The Canary Islands idyll with the goddess fortune continues. An administration of The Gran Canarian palms has sold a first prize of the National Lottery draw, held this Saturday, August 22, as reported State Lotteries and Gambling.
Specifically, it has been the one located on Calle José y María, 34, in the capital’s neighborhood of Loin of Los Frailes, which sold the first prize corresponding to 21922 and is valued at 600,000 euros to the number.
It was also dispatched in Torrejón de Ardoz, Madrid, Pozuelo de Alarcón and Parla (Madrid), Alicante, Marratxí (Balearic Islands), Gava (Barcelona), Huétor Tájar (Granada), Cuéllar (Segovia), Arahal (Seville) and Avilés (Asturias)
On the other hand, the second prize went to 17127 and is valued at 120,000 euros. It was sold in Santa Uxia de Ribeira (A Coruña), Leganés (Madrid), Mataró and Granollers (Barcelona), Albacete, Torrevieja (Alicante), Santa Ponca (Balearic Islands), Pontenova (Lugo), Cambrils (Tarragona) and Picassent (Valencia).