The ONCE and the Lottery, Primitiva and Bonoloto draws, generous with the Canary Islands in January

The ONCE and the Lottery, Primitiva and Bonoloto draws have been generous with the Canary Islands in January. After the Christmas lottery closed 2021 leaving its best loot in years in the Canary Islands, the rest of the State Lotteries and Betting draws as well as those of the National Organization for the Blind started the year on the right foot.

When the time had not yet come Extraordinary Child's Drawwhich also behaved with the Canary Islands, and barely past the hangover from the Christmas Lottery, on December 1 itself the ONCE Extra Christmas raffle, which distributed almost one million euros in the Canary Islands800,000 to be exact. The money went to Telde, in Gran Canaria, and La Oliva, in Fuerteventura. The two sold coupons were each awarded with 400,000 euros.

then came the Child's Lottery, which won 4.5 million from the second and third prizes. Fifty points of sale in Gran Canaria, Lanzarote, Fuerteventura and La Palma they sold tenths of 44469 and 19467, the graceful numbers. The sum of the two extraordinary State Lottery and Betting draws ensured the happiest Christmas in the history of the Canary Islands, a balm for the misfortunes that the inhabitants of the Archipelago had to experience during 2021. After suffering the ravages of the pandemic and the brake on tourism, the main livelihood of the Canary Islands, we had the volcano of La Palma.

On Thursday, January 13, the National Lottery distributed luck again. The first lottery prize was sold at various points in Gran Canaria and Tenerife, but also the second prize left a pinch in Tenerife.

The next day, Friday, January 14, the Bonoloto left more than 100,000 euros in the Canary Islandswith a second category prize corresponding to a ticket purchased in La Orotava, Tenerife.

On Saturday, January 15, the streak continued with another prize from the National Lottery. It was the Extraordinary Winter Draw of the National Lottery, another extraordinary draw that the State Lotteries and Bets has created to sell more. He distributed two tickets for the third prize in Gran Canaria and Tenerife, each endowed with 15,000 euros. In Gran Canaria, it was sold in the office of the Mercacentro Shopping Center, in the town of Vecindario, in Santa Lucía de Tirajanawhile in Tenerife it was in Charco del Pino, in Granadilla de Abona.

A week later, on Thursday the 20th, the generosity was the Bonoloto, which left a prize of more than 55,000 euros in the Canary Islandsspecifically in La Laguna, Tenerife.

The lucky streak continues on Saturday January 22. The third prize of the National Lottery draw fell in Las Palmas de Gran Canaria, sold at El Corte Inglés. But that weekend it was not only a third Lottery prize that Gran Canaria received. It was all a plenary session at 15, with Euromillions and Primitiva prizes. The Euromillions left two prizes of one million euros in Las Palmas de Gran Canaria. For its part, La Primitiva distributed 33,474 euros to a ticket sold in an office in Arucas. A weekend full of joy for the lucky ones.

Already in the last week of the month. Luck did not abandon us. This time, on Monday, January 24, it was the Bonoloto that left a prize of almost two million euros in the Canary Islandsspecifically in Lanzarote. The owner of the ticket, who matched all the numbers, took a total of 1,751,708.15 euros being the only winner of the entire national territory. The ticket was stamped at the Lottery Administration number 1 of Arrecife, located at Ramón Manchón, 2.

Bonoloto's streak continued the next day, although with a lower prize compared to Lanzarote. A stamped ticket in Fuerteventura obtained a pinch from the Bonoloto. The owner of the ticket, sold in the town of Corralejo, municipality of La Oliva, won 56,296 euros by hitting a second category prize.

The draw for Thursday, January 27, of the National Lottery brought a smile to the Canary Islands. He left a rain of prizes in Fuerteventura and Tenerife. An office in Puerto del Rosario sold the first prize and distributed 30,000 euros. Tenths of the number were also sold by an administration in Santa Cruz de Tenerife and the Cepsa de Abades gas station in Arico.

On Saturday, January 29, La Primitiva did its thing again and gave almost a million and a half euros (1,498,562 euros) to the owner of a stamped ticket in Tacoronte, Tenerife.

To close the winning streak, the ONCE Weekend Coupon left a Salary of 2,000 euros per month for 10 years in the Canary Islands. El Sueldazo went to Lanzarote because the lucky one bought the ticket in Arrecife and will receive 2,400,000 euros in total, although distributed month by month.

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