Almost a week after Extraordinary Christmas Raffle, fortune is reluctant to leave the Canary Islands. Several island administrations have sold the first and second prize of the draw of The National Lottery, celebrated this Thursday, December 27, as reported by Lotteries and State Betting.
Specifically, it has been in the Receiver Office 67.320, located on Avenida Francisco Miranda, 3, in Icod de los Vinos; Receiving Office 67.375, located in La Longuera, 78, in Los Realejos; and in the Receiver Office 67.665, located at Avenida Santa Cruz, 132, in San Isidro, in the Tenerife municipality of Granadilla de Abona.
The first of them distributed the first prize which fell to 74057 and has been valued at 300,000 euros to the series. It was also sold in Montcada I Reixac (Barcelona), Medina de Pomar (Burgos), Cádiz, Cambre (A Coruña), Linares (Jaén), Manises (Valencia) and in Alcorcón (Madrid).
Meanwhile, the other two sold the second prize that fell on the 15500, valued at 60,000 euros to the series. It has been sold in Castuera (Badajoz), Vilanova I La Geltrú (Barcelona), Sada (A Coruña), Barbastro (Huesca), Marbella (Malaga) and Azpeitia (Gipuzkoa).