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Saturday, 30 september 2023 0d 15h 32m 14s
|Primer premio||30.000,00 €|
|Dos últimas cifras del 1º premio||6,00 €|
|Tres últimas cifras del 1º premio||15,00 €|
|Centena del primer premio||30,00 €|
|Anterior y posterior al 1º premio||1.200,00 €|
|Segundo premio||6.003,00 €|
|Centena del 2º premio||15,00 €|
|4 últimas cifras||75,00 €|
|3 últimas cifras||15,00 €|
|2 últimas cifras||6,00 €|
Se ha celebrado en Madrid el sorteo de jueves de Lotería Nacional correspondiente al jueves 28 de septiembre.El primer premio dotado con 300.000 euros por serie (30.000 euros al décimo), ha sido para el número 60.399. El primer premio ha sido vendido en:
El segundo premio, dotado con 60.030 euros por serie (6.003 euros al décimo), ha sido para el número 28.848. El segundo premio ha sido vendido en:
Los reintegros de 3 euros al décimo, han sido para los números terminados en 4,8,9
Asimismo, han obtenido premio de 750 euros el billete (75 euros el décimo), los números cuyas cuatro últimas terminaciones coincidan con las extraídas en el sorteo:
2921 - 5112 - 5364 - 8247
Además han obtenido premio de 150 euros el billete (15 euros el décimo), los números cuyas tres últimas terminaciones coincidan con las extraídas en el sorteo:
276 - 503 - 571 - 615 - 668 - 757 - 792
Por último, han obtenido premio de 60 euros el billete (6 euros el décimo), los números cuyas dos últimas terminaciones coincidan con las extraídas en el sorteo
10 - 53 - 57 - 63 - 69 - 86 - 87 - 94 - 98
Lotería Nacional is a Spanish lottery game of chance organized by Loterías y Apuestas del Estado that consists of matching 5 numbers chosen by means of a multiple bombos system. Each National Lottery ticket is called a "décimo" and this is the necessary document to participate. The tenth is a document to the bearer, and the legitimate owner of the same one is the holder of the document. A National Lottery ticket is 10 tenths numbered by the same series and different fractions until completing the 10 fractions. A lottery ticket is a series, and the set of series of the same number form the National Lottery number. The series vary depending on the draw, so a Thursday draw has 6 series, while an ordinary Saturday draw has 10 series and an extraordinary Saturday draw can have up to 20 series. The extraordinary Christmas and El Niño draws have 165 and 45 series respectively.
There are examples of games of chance in the customs of Roman life, in millenary China, Japan, India. The emergence of the lottery sale is later, and it is in Classical Rome where the lottery sale itself begins to emerge. In Spain, the lottery was introduced thanks to the Marquis of Esquilache, first minister of King Carlos III. The entrance in Spain took place from the importation from Naples and the first lottery draw took place on December 10, 1763 in the main hall of the then Minister of Finance, located in Calle Mayor in Madrid. The Marquis of Esquilache introduced "La Beneficiata", the name by which the Lottery of Naples was known. The Modern Lottery, with the format of the current National Lottery, was born in Cadiz in 1811 by the Royal National Lottery of Spain, which was created to contribute funds to the Treasury. This lottery is the predecessor of the Christmas Lottery.
Drawings are held every week, on Thursdays and Saturdays, and exceptionally several extraordinary drawings are held. Among the extraordinary draws are the Sorteo Extraordinario de Navidad, and the Sorteo Extraordinario de El Niño. In addition, one Saturday draw of each month is replaced by a special draw with a special celebration. Thus, in the month of January the Special January Draw, the Extraordinary Winter Draw and the Children's Draw of San Ildefonso are held. In February the Valentine's Day Extraordinary Draw, in March the Father's Day Extraordinary Draw, in April the Red Cross Extraordinary Draw and for example in May the National Cancer Lottery Draw.
The different draws are distinguished from each other not only by name, but also by price, issues, amounts and categories of prizes and by the system of celebration. Thus the Thursday draws the price of the tenth is 3 euros, those of Saturday are 6 euros, the special Saturday draws are 12 euros, the extraordinary ones range from 15 euros to 20 euros for the Christmas and El Niño draws. The issues and series are also different, as well as the way of celebration. Thus, there are two types of celebrations of the draws. The traditional system with one drum for numbers and another for prizes is the way to celebrate the Christmas draw. The multi-drum system, which contains five or more drums to designate the units, tens, hundreds, etc.
Usually, Lotería Nacional celebrates 2 draws per week: Lotería Nacional Thursday and Lotería Nacional Saturday. In some occasions, mainly due to the celebration of the Christmas Lottery or the Lotería del Niño, some of the usual Thursday or Saturday draws may not be held that week.
The probability of winning and matching the first prize of the National Lottery is 1 in 100,000 (number of different tickets), that is, 0.00001 %. See all odds
To participate you only have to buy a lottery ticket, which is officially printed with the five numbers with which you participate and the series and fraction. Until 2016 the series and fraction was determinant for the special prize to the tenth. However, from that year on, there is no special prize for the tenth and all the tenths that win the first prize, get exactly the same prize. The tenth can also be purchased in the form of a printed ticket, either online or at any lottery administration.
To play it is possible to do it through 2 main options:
The National Lottery prize categories depend on the type of draw. Thus, Thursday draws have a different prize distribution than Saturday draws, and these also depend on whether it is an ordinary draw, a special draw, or an extraordinary draw.
The origin goes back to Spain in 1763 when Charles III established the Primitive Lottery, similar to the Neapolitan lottery which at that time was called "lotto" and consisted of drawing 5 numbers out of a total of 90, each number was associated with an image.
The Loteria Primitiva hid an indirect tax that worked relatively well to bring new income to the royal coffers. The prizes were fixed, the player could choose the numbers of his bet and there were no limits to the money players could bet, so the state did not always win.
In 1812 the so-called "Modern or National" Lottery appeared to pay for the Napoleonic Wars. The first draw of the lottery known as Lotería Moderna was held on March 4, 1812 at nine o'clock in the morning at the Central Office of the Plaza de San Antonio in Cadiz, fifteen days before the approval of the Constitution of the Spanish Monarchy. The operation of the lottery followed the parameters of the existing lottery since 1769 in New Spain: a system of tickets printed on one side only, divided into tenths, which had been traditionally used in Holland. The amount destined to be distributed among the 250 prizes and 500 approximations was 30,000 pesos fuertes, being the highest prize 8,000 pesos (about 120 euros).
At the beginning the celebration of the draws was limited to Cadiz and San Fernando, but later they were extended to Ceuta and later, with the withdrawal of the Napoleonic armies, they were extended through Andalusia to the rest of Spain. The last draw of the Modern Lottery carried out in Cadiz took place on January 27th, 1814, being constituted the Lottery Directorate in Madrid, which celebrated its first draw on February 28th of the same year.
In 1818 a special draw was organized to coincide with Christmas. It can be considered as the origin of the Sorteo Extraordinario de Navidad. Although it would not be until 1839 when the popular Christmas lottery began to be held regularly, and it would be necessary to wait until 1897 for the Christmas lottery to officially receive that name.
On February 10, 1862, the Lotería Primitiva ceased to exist. From that moment on, the Modern Lottery did not stop growing and consolidating among the Spanish society. In 1880 another popular lottery, the Sorteo de El Niño, appeared. The so-called raffles of a private and charitable nature were prohibited in 1882 and in 1924 the last casino that remained open in Spain (the Gran Casino, in San Sebastian) was closed. With the outbreak of the Civil War, Spain was divided into two zones, and both held lottery draws. Valencia was initially set up as the headquarters of the Republican lottery in view of the advance of the national troops to the capital, and later moved to Barcelona. The first one held in Barcelona coincided with the Christmas lottery and took place on December 22, 1937 in the old Café Lyon Dor. After the end of the Civil War, the Quinielas de fútbol (1946) and the first sporadic draws of the Organización Nacional de Ciegos Españoles (ONCE) took place, which would not continue until 1965. It is the 20th century that brought the greatest novelties to the history of Loterías.
In the 70s our lottery began its great transformation, computerizing services and introducing magnetic numbering and new techniques in the ticket distribution process. The number of drawings increases to 50 per year, with the Extraordinary Christmas Draw being the 50th of the year. Another change of the decade takes place in 1979 by which a Royal Decree fixes in 3 months the expiration date for the collection of prizes, which until then had been 6 months. This provision came into force on January 1, 1980.
In the decade of the 80's some physical changes took place in the tenths. In 1982, the Spanish constitutional coat of arms appeared printed in the center of the decimo and the dry stamp disappeared, changing the whole printing typography of the same. In 1985, on the back of the tenth (in the upper right part) appeared a line of dots that would serve to render the winning tenths unusable.
In the decade of the 90's the National Lottery began a new stage as far as the draw modality is concerned, since it decided to introduce a draw to be held fortnightly, this draw was called "Zodiac Draw", whose peculiarity was to replace the traditional numbers of the series by the twelve zodiacal signs. Initially, four fortnightly draws were held, later, as of September 7, 1991, they were held every week.
Another peculiarity of these tickets was that they were more economical, thus allowing the participation of those with less purchasing power. On February 3, 1994, it would be held every Thursday of the year, so it ended up receiving the name of "Sorteo del Jueves" (Thursday Draw). In 1996 the text "ORGANISMO NACIONAL DE LOTERIAS Y APUESTAS DEL ESTADO" was printed on the top of the tenth lottery ticket. In 1999 there was another change in the printing typography of the lottery ticket and a bar code was added. By Royal Decree 2069/1999 of December 30, 1999, the National Organism of Lotteries and Bets of the State (ONLAE) was constituted as a public business entity, becoming the public business entity Loterías y Apuestas del Estado (L.A.E.). The price of the lottery tickets began to be shown in both pesetas and euros.
With the turn of the millennium, new aesthetic changes were made to the tenth, incorporating the coat of arms of Spain.
With more than 200 years of history the National Lottery is one of the most widespread traditions in Spain. A draw that brings back countless memories and that week after week invites us to relive the illusion of fulfilling dreams.
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The Lotería Nacional draw is held Thursday y Saturday. The latest result available at this time is Thursday 28 from september from 2023. Normally the search for today's Lotería Nacional result refers to the result generated in this last draw result.
It is also common to search for the result of Lotería Nacional of yesterday, when the draw took place on the previous day. In any case, on this page you can always search for the result of any draw produced up to today's date.