Lottery News: Lotería del Niño Results (Sunday 6th January 2013)

Lottery WorldLottery News and Results from around the world. The Spanish Lotería del Niño 2013: a total of €840 million ($1.1 billion) has been paid out in this year’s Lotería del Niño (The Child Lottery), which is named after the baby Jesus and is second only to the Lotería de Navidad with a prize fund of over €2 billion.  The draw takes place on the Feast of the Epiphany, Sunday 6th January 2013 a day which according to tradition the baby Jesus was visited by three kings bearing gifts.

Primer Primio (First Prize) – €2 million

The €2 million first prize has been won by ticket number 30875 and has been shared amongst winners from five regions, Alicante, Leon, Madrid, Murcia and Tenerife.

Segundo Primero (Second Prize) – €1 million

The second prize of €1 million has been won by ticket number 46 674, sold in the towns of Albacete, Banyeres de Mariola (Alicante), Almeria, Guareña (Badajoz), Cala Ratjada ( Mallorca), Palma de Mallorca, Badalona (Barcelona), Torrelavega (Cantabria), Azuqueca de Henares (Guadalajara), San Emiliano (León), Madrid, Murcia and Valladolid Lugo.

Full Prize Breakdown

How to play Lotería del Niñoto

A whole ticket for the Lotería del Niño is made up of ten parts, each with the same number.  Players can buy any number of parts for €20 each or they can buy the whole ticket for €200.  A common way to play is to buy a whole ticket as a family, friend or co-worker syndicate.

The first prize winning ticket is worth €2 million, that’s €200,000 for each part.  If one person owns the whole ticket, all ten parts, then they will receive the whole prize.  If the ticket is not owned by a single person then each part receives €200,000 for every part of the ticket they own – one part = €200,000; 2 parts = €400,000, 3 parts = €600,000 and so on and so on…The odds of winning a prize are very good with 1 in 3 ticket holders guaranteed to win something.

However, there is a catch this year.  Due to austerity measures put in place by the government intended to stimulate Spain’s economy, anyone who wins above €2,500 has to pay 20% income tax on their winnings.

 

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