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Saturday Raffle

Enjoy the fun of the classic weekly Spanish Raffle draws, which take place every Thursday and most Saturdays. If a Special draw happens on a Saturday it replaces the regular Saturday draw, but don't worry - you'll also find those on our site. The usual Saturday draw has a prize pool in excess of €40-Million and a top winning number prize of €600k. It would certainly put a spring in your step if you strike it lucky with a ticket in the Spanish raffle.

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How to play the Spanish Raffle

Spanish Raffle tickets all have five digit numbers ranging between 00000 and 99999. Each ticket is split into 10 equal shares. These shares are also known as ‘decimos’ in Spanish. Each share is pre-printed with the raffle number on them.

Look on the left of the screen and you’ll see which numbers are still available. You can’t purchase more shares than are available. Now you have various options to play:

  • Either pick and buy one share of a raffle ticket number, or
  • Pick several shares with one raffle ticket number. This will increase your winnings if that number wins a prize, or
  • Purchase shares in different numbers so your probability of winning increases.

It’s easy to pick the amount of shares you want to play by using the (+) and (-) buttons.

If you are a winner, your prize amount will relate to how many shares you have of a raffle ticket number. If your raffle ticket number wins €120 000 and you own 1 share you will get €12 000.

The Saturday Spanish Raffle draw take place in Spain on Saturday afternoons.

How to play the Spanish Raffle

Spanish Raffle tickets all have five digit numbers ranging between 00000 and 99999. Each ticket is split into 10 equal shares. These shares are also known as ‘decimos’ in Spanish. Each share is pre-printed with the raffle number on them.

Look on the left of the screen and you’ll see which numbers are still available. You can’t purchase more shares than are available. Now you have various options to play:

  • Either pick and buy one share of a raffle ticket number, or
  • Pick several shares with one raffle ticket number. This will increase your winnings if that number wins a prize, or
  • Purchase shares in different numbers so your probability of winning increases.

It’s easy to pick the amount of shares you want to play by using the (+) and (-) buttons.

If you are a winner, your prize amount will relate to how many shares you have of a raffle ticket number. If your raffle ticket number wins €120 000 and you own 1 share you will get €12 000.

The Saturday Spanish Raffle draw take place in Spain on Saturday afternoons.

The Spanish Raffle Draws

There are hundreds of thousands of prizes available for the Spanish Raffle! The tables below describe the prizes within a single series, but the number of prizes available is multiplied by the number of series issued. For the usual Saturday draw there are normally 10 series. For example, if the number 12345 as drawn as the main winning number on a Saturday, then 10 tickets each receive €600k, one for each series. Simply put - there are plenty of opportunities to win!.

Prize LevelExampleNumber of prizesPrize payout
First Prize123451x10€600,000/ticket
€60,000/share
Second Prize222221x10€120,000/ticket
€12,000/share
Last 4 digits (four sets of 4 numbers drawn)4111, 4222, 4333, 4444,40x10€ 1500/ticket
€150/share
Last 3 digits (seven sets of 3 numbers drawn)555, 511, 522 etc.1000x10€300/ticket
€30/share
Last 2 digits (nine sets of 2 numbers drawn)21, 22, 23 etc.9000x10€120/ticket
€12/share
First Prize Approximations (First Prize Number +1 and -1)12344 and 123462x10€10,000/ticket
€1,000/share
Second Prize Approximations (Second Prize Number +1 and -1)22221 and 222232x10€5,540/ticket
€554/share
First 3 digits of First Prize (except winning number)123**99x10€300/ticket
€30/share
First 3 digits of Second prize (except winning number)222**99x10€300/ticket
€30/share
Last 3 digits of First Prize**34599x10€300/ticket
€30/share
Last 2 digits of First Prize***45999x10€120/ticket
€12/share
Same last digit as First Prize (also called a "Reintegro")****59999x10€60/ticket
€3/share
"Reintegro"A special number drawn separately10000x10€60/ticket
€6/share
"Reintegro"special numbers drawn separately10000x10€60/ticket
€6/share
Total Prize Pot per Series€4,200,000
Total Prize Pot - all 10 Series€42,000,000

History of the Spanish Raffle

The Spanish Raffle (known in Spanish as the "Lotería Nacional") has an interesting pedigree. It was introduced early in the Nineteenth century in order to finance the war with Napoleon. The first draw was held on the 4th of March 1812 and it has been a very popular game ever since.

Rules of the Spanish Raffle

The Spanish Raffle is a popular lottery game because of the high number of tickets or shares available. This is possible because all numbers — between 00000 and 99999 — are repeated in a number of series (6 or 10 depending on whether it's the Thursday or Saturday draw). Then each ticket is divided into tenths or ‘decimos’. These are the ‘decimos’ (shares) you can purchase.

If your number matches a drawn raffle ticket number and you part-own a ticket, you share the drawn prize amount depending on your number of shares. If you buy all the decimos of a prize-winning ticket, you don't have to share.

Tax on Winnings for the Spanish Raffle

Are you ready to play the Spanish Raffle? Anyone from around the globe can play as long as they’re 18 years or older. Remember the tax implications! If your winnings exceed €2 500 you’ll be subject to 20% state tax. It will be calculated on the amount you win above €2 500.