Player’s Guide to the Bonoloto

Player’s Guide to the Bonoloto


Lottery Info…

Bonoloto is one of the most popular lotteries in Spain. The first game was held in February in 1988, and it has since only increased in popularity. Bonoloto gives fans the chance to win up to 6 times a week, with draws being held every Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, and Saturday at 19.00 GMT.

The jackpots in Bonoloto start from €400,000; however, as there are frequently rollovers, the jackpots tend to be much higher.

Prizes are given in a single cash payment. One of the largest Bonoloto jackpots was won by an individual winner in 1990 for €7 million.


Buying Tickets…

Buying tickets online makes global lotteries such as the Bonoloto both accessible and easy to play. Ticket agents buy lottery tickets on the player’s behalf and winnings are paid out quickly and efficiently.


How it Works…

For the Bonoloto, players need to pick six numbers from a drum of 1 – 49. This lottery also has a bonus number called the ‘complementario’. This bonus number is drawn from a separate drum which only contains numbers from 0 -9. There are 5 different prize tiers, and the chance of winning something in the Bonoloto is 1 in 327.