Latest BonoLoto Winning Numbers Table
|18 Oct 2021||06 12 14 27 31 37 20||1.200.000€|
|16 Oct 2021||03 22 25 30 34 43 44||900.000€|
|15 Oct 2021||03 15 16 37 43 47 05||500.000€|
|14 Oct 2021||08 13 20 35 38 46 05||400.000€|
|13 Oct 2021||07 17 23 27 42 46 05||400.000€|
|12 Oct 2021||08 16 24 28 41 48 34||400.000€|
|11 Oct 2021||07 09 10 17 20 26 25||1.600.000€|
|09 Oct 2021||05 07 11 26 40 46 20||1.200.000€|
|08 Oct 2021||01 13 20 23 31 43 44||800.000€|
|07 Oct 2021||11 16 28 29 32 45 30||500.000€|
Bonoloto is undoubtedly one of the most popular lotteries in Spain. Ever since its creation, it has gathered a considerable group of players, and it does not seem like its popularity will fade any time soon.
This Spanish lottery won the hearts of many people, as its primary purpose is to provide what all lottery enthusiasts love the most — frequent draws at affordable prices. Thanks to straightforward rules and attractive prize structure, it has managed to stay up and running for almost four decades.
Here, you will find the latest Bonoloto results and winning numbers. We also share some exciting information about its history and explain everything you need to know to start playing, including how to claim the prize and how many numbers you need to get right to win the jackpot.
About the Bonoloto
Bonoloto was created in 1988. Its first draw was held on February 28th. Since that day, many people have drawn lucky numbers and won fantastic prizes, including the €400,000 guaranteed jackpot.
Bonoloto is one of many Spanish lotteries that operate under the Loteria Nacional brand. The lottery is regulated by the Sociedad Estatal Loterías y Apuestas del Estado.
Until March 2015, Bonoloto featured four draw nights every week. Draws took place on Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Fridays. However, after March 23th 2015, draws are held six times per week from Monday to Saturday.
Another significant change was the addition of the Reintegro number, which is randomly assigned to each Bonoloto lottery ticket. It was introduced to the game in 1991, giving players an option to get a refund of the ticket price. With so many draws per week, the Reintegro number offers large groups of people the chance to participate in the next draw free of charge. As a result, this idea was immediately welcomed by most of the Bonoloto players.
How To Play the Bonoloto
To play Bonoloto, you need to buy a lottery ticket. It costs only €1, which is dirt cheap in comparison with costs of entering other Spanish lotteries (such as La Primitiva). You get to play two lines in one drawing or a single line for two draws for the ticket price.
Bonoloto works like most lotteries in the world. It features the 6/49 format, where you need to pick six correct numbers from the pool of 49 to win the jackpot prize. Alternatively, you can let a computer determine the numbers for you. Next, you just have to wait for the Bonoloto results and see how many of the numbers drawn match those on your ticket.
What makes Bonoloto stand out from the other lotteries is the fact that it features two extra numbers — the Reintegro and the Complementario. Every draw night, the Reintegro number is drawn. If the drawn number matches your Reintegro number (which is randomly assigned to you upon entering the lottery), it grants you a ticket refund. On the other hand, the second bonus number creates the 5+1 category and determines the second-place winner. It means that you need to match five winning Bonoloto numbers and the Complementario number to become the second-place winner.
If no jackpot winner was picked during the draw, the Bonoloto jackpot automatically rolls over to the next draw. Additionally, there is no rollover or jackpot cap, meaning that the jackpot sum can increase an unlimited number of times before someone finally manages to get the winning combination and win the jackpot.
Bonoloto Drawing Schedule
Bonoloto draws are held every Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, and Saturday in the capital city of Spain, Madrid. To check if you have joined the group of lucky winners, you have to wait until 7 PM CET on the drawing day.
Bonoloto Payouts and Odds of Winning
As we already mentioned, the minimum guaranteed jackpot for this Spanish lottery is €400,000. However, if you fail to claim the first-place winner prize, there are other prize tiers you can compete for.
Here is a short description of all prize tiers that you can obtain by playing in the Bonoloto lottery:
- If you match six numbers, you win the Bonoloto jackpot (at least €400,000).
- If you match five numbers plus the Complementario number, you can get around €86,363.
- If you match five numbers, you can get around €1,028.
- If you match four numbers, you can get around €30.
- If you match three numbers, you can get around €4.
- If you match the Reintegro number, you are eligible for a ticket refund.
Keep in mind that the numbers we mentioned above are general estimates and may change depending on the number of winners in each category. Moreover, the tax laws in Spain make major lottery prizes subject to taxation.
There are two tax bands you need to be aware of. Tax band one states that lottery winnings are tax-free up to €40,000, while tax band two states that winnings over €40,000 are subject to a tax rate of 20%.
Bonoloto Odds of Winning
Bonoloto odds are much higher than in several other lotteries, such as EuroJackpot or EuroMillions. Your chance of winning each one of Bonoloto jackpots is one in 13,983,816.
Here is how big of a chance you have at winning each one of Bonoloto prizes:
- For jackpot, your odds of winning are one in 13,983,816.
- For the second-level prize, your odds of winning are one in 2,330,636.
- For the third-level prize, your odds of winning are one in 55,491.
- For the fourth-level prize, your odds of winning are one in 1,032.
- For the fifth-level prize, your odds of winning are one 1 in 57.
- For matching the Reintegro number, your odds are one in ten.
– When Is the Bonoloto Drawing?
If you want to play Bonoloto, you can do so six times a week. You can expect Bonoloto lottery results every Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, and Saturday after 7 PM CET. It means that if you missed your chance to sign up for the first Bonoloto draw of the week, you still have five other chances to participate in the game.
– Can I Buy the Bonoloto Ticket Online?
Bonoloto tickets are sold both in-store and online. Thanks to the second option, you can play Bonoloto even if you are an international player. However, in such a case, check the tax laws in your country to not get surprised by further local taxation you might be subject to besides the local tax laws currently established in Spain.
– What To Do if I Win the Bonoloto?
If the numbers you picked match those from the Bonoloto results, you can claim your prize at one of the many lottery offices or online.
– How To Claim the Prize?
All Bonoloto winnings are paid out in cash as one lump sum. If you have bought your winning numbers in a lottery office, you should visit it to claim your prize. Be aware that if you won more than €2,000, you need to visit a bank. There, you have to present the winning bet to prove that you are the lucky winner.
On the other hand, if you played online, you should get your money transferred directly to your account. Keep in mind that each website might have different regulations regarding transferring the funds to your account.
– How Many Numbers Do You Need to Win Bonoloto?
To become one of the Bonoloto jackpot winners, you need to match all six numbers from the draw. However, if you are interested in other prizes as well, you have to get right as low as three numbers. For example, to get the second-tier award, you have to match five identical numbers like those from the draw plus the bonus ball (the Complementario).
– Has Anyone Ever Won the Bonoloto?
Bonoloto has already had many winners who picked the same numbers that later showed up in the draw and won astronomical amounts of money. Here are some of the biggest jackpot winners of all time:
- €7.694. 919,65 was won in 2018.
- €7,219,705.92 was won in 1990.
- €7,042,570.46 was won in 2006.