The National Lottery draw leaves a pinch in the Islands

The National Lottery draw this Thursday, December 2, has distributed fortune in the Islands. The first prize, endowed with 300,000 euros per series, has fallen in several Spanish localities, among them Las Palmas de Gran Canaria and Santa Cruz de Tenerife. In addition, the second prize, with 6,003 euros to the tenth, also has left a pinch in Puerto de La Cruz and Tamaraceite.

The first prize of the National Lottery draw, endowed with 300,000 euros per series, has corresponded at number 36,183. A lucky one bought a tenth in Pedro Hidalgo, 37, in Las Palmas de Gran Canaria, while another successful bought it in the neighboring province, in San Juan de la Rambla, Tenerife.

The second prize of the raffle held this Thursday, endowed with 60,000 euros per series, has been for the 66,891. Refunds have been for numbers ending in 0, 1 and 3. The second prize also left a pinch in the capital of Gran Canaria, in Tamaraceite, and another in Puerto de la Cruz, in Tenerife.

How to play?

The National Lottery is one of the most popular games of chance in Spain, with a centuries-old tradition. The National Lottery depends on the State Lotteries and Betting (LAE) which in turn depends on the Ministry of Economy and Finance.

The National Lottery consists of a very simple draw in which the bet consists of a five-digit number.

The standard price to participate is 3 euros on Thursdays, 6 euros on ordinary Saturdays, 12 euros on special Saturdays and 15 or 20 euros for extraordinary draws. Unlike other lotteries, the National Lottery allocates 70% of its winnings to the winners.


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