National Lottery Draw: What time is it and how much is the prize in the Valentine's Lottery?

National Lottery Draw: What time is it and how much is the prize in the Valentine’s Lottery?

This Sunday, February 14, the third of the extraordinary draws of the National Lottery. After the ‘El Niño’ Lottery Draw held on January 6 and the Winter Lottery Draw on January 16, the great prizes return to the State Lottery and Betting Draw Room with the Extraordinary Draw of the Valentine’s Lottery.

The issuance of this draw consists of ten series of 100,000 tickets each, one at 150 euros per ticket, that is, 15 euros for the tenth. A total of 105 million euros in prizes will be distributed, 70% of the issue with a total of 34,851 prizes.

When is the Extraordinary Valentine’s Lottery Draw held?

The draw will begin at 9:00 p.m. and will be carried out through the multiple drum system. Two 2-digit withdrawals will be made, fifteen of 3, five of 4, one of 5 and the first prize. All of them will be made through five drums that will rotate simultaneously with numbers from 0 to 9.

Valentine’s Day Lottery Draw: what are the prizes and how much does it play?

These are the top prizes distributed by the Valentine’s Lottery:

– A accumulated special prize of 15,000,000 euros to the tenth for a single fraction of one of the bills

– A first prize (extraction of 5 figures) of 130,000 euros to the tenth (for the rest of the fractions)

– A second prize (extraction of 5 figures) of 25,000 euros to the tenth

– 50 prizes (five 4-digit extractions) of 375 euros to the tenth

– 1,500 prizes (fifteen 3-digit draws) of 75 euros to the tenth

– 2,000 prizes (two 2-digit draws) of 30 euros to the tenth.

Valentine’s Day Lottery Draw: how much do you play in approximations?

These are the prizes in approximations that the Valentine’s Lottery distributes:

– Two approximations for the numbers before and after the first prize, from 2,400 euros to the tenth each

– Two approximations for the numbers before and after the second prize, of 1,532 euros to the tenth each.

Valentine’s Day Lottery Draw: how much do you play in hundreds?

– Prizes for the 99 remaining numbers of the hundred of the first prize, of 75 euros to the tenth each

– Prizes for the 99 remaining numbers of the hundred of the second prize, of 75 euros to the tenth each.

Valentine’s Day Lottery Draw: how much do you play in terminations and withdrawals?

– Prizes for tickets whose last three figures are the same and are equally arranged as those of the one who obtains the first prize, from 75 euros to the tenth each

– Prizes for tickets whose last two figures are the same and are equally arranged as those of the winner of the second prize, of 75 euros to the tenth each

– Refunds for tickets whose last figure is equal to the one that obtains the first prize, awarded with 15 euros to the tenth each

– Refunds for banknotes whose last figure is equal to the one obtained by the first special extraction of a digit, awarded with 15 euros to the tenth each

– Refunds for banknotes whose last digit is equal to the one obtained by the second special draw of a digit, awarded with 15 euros to the tenth each.

The other Extraordinary Draws of the Lottery

In addition to the traditional Christmas Lottery Draw and of the Lottery of ‘El Niño’, throughout the year other extraordinary draws are held. Among them are the Valentine’s Lottery Giveaway, which is celebrated this Sunday. The others are: Winter Giveaway, Father’s Day Giveaway, Spring Giveaway, and Holiday Giveaway.

Note: GLM is not responsible for errors or omissions that may exist. The only valid official list is the one provided by State Lotteries and Betting.

Melissa Galbraith
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