Spanish Lottery

Playing Spanish Lottery Games Online


Spain is home to some of the world's most largest, exciting, and popular lottery games. In addition to hosting weekly drawings under various Spanish lottery games, the country is also one of the only lottery national lottery participants who host special annual lotto games at around Christmas time.

In addition to being able to play locally (tax-free), you can also play Spanish lotteries in any country, no matter where you're located. How? Simple, any major Spanish lottery can be played online.

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Here's a few of the major Spanish lotteries you can play online today.

La Primitiva


• Game began over 250 years ago

• Drawings take place every Thursday and Saturday

• Playing involves selecting a total of 6 numbers between 1 and 49

• So, the largest Primitiva jackpot was worth $101 million (with 56 rollovers)

• Must match all 6 numbers correctly to take home the jackpot

• Match at least 5 numbers to take home the second-tier prize

El Gordo


• “The Big One” began in 1993

• Drawings happen every Sunday

• To play, simply choose 5 main numbers between 1 and 54 plus an additional key number between 1 and 9

• So far, the largest jackpot taken home was worth over $33 million

Loteria Nacional


• One of the oldest lotto games in the world – started in 1763

• Drawings take place every Thursday and Saturday

• Excellent odds! Chances of winning any prize are around 1 in 3

• Only 100,000 tickets are printed, with each containing a 5 digit code between 0 and 99999

• Each ticket is printed exactly 10 times and divided into 10 shares for each individual purchase by a player

• This accounts to approximately 37,151 possible winning number combinations for each 10-share ticket

• A massive 16 different prize levels

Loteria de Navidad


• A Christmas themed lotto game that officially started in 1812

• Tickets are available for purchase on December 22nd each year

• The odds of winning any prize are around 1 in 3

• Like the national lottery, 100,000 raffle tickets are printed out, each containing a 5 digit code between 0 and 99999

• Each individual ticket is printed 10 times and divided into 10 shares

• The equates to over 37 thousand possible winning number combinations

• Arguably the largest lottery pool in the world, worth over $2 billion

• Nearly 98% of Spanish citizens participate in the Loteria de Navidad