The introduction of Bonoloto to the Spanish public first took place on 28 February 1988. With the aim of providing frequent draws, there was a reimbursement policy known as the Reintegro, which first took effect in 1991.
The largest jackpot of ever won was won in 1990 when €7,000,000 went to one lucky winner.
To play Bonoloto, you will need to match 6 numbers from 1 to 49 to win the jackpot prize. The jackpot starts at €400,000 and rollovers come into effect whenever there are no winners in a particular draw. Bonoloto also offers a consolation prize of €1.00 per line played when you match the Reintegro number. This Reintegro number is assigned to random tickets.
A supplementary number called the “complementario” comes into play to second tier winners only.
Bonoloto offers 5 main prize categories. The jackpot starts at €400,000 and rolls over whenever a draw does not result in a winner. The second tier prize means matching 5 numbers in addition to the complementary number drawn. If your lottery ticket matches the Reintegro number, you will get a consolation prize of €1.00 per line played.
BonoLoto draws take place six times a week - every Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays at 19:00 GMT.
|Bonoloto Tiers||Numbers||Bonus ball|
|1st tier||6 numbers|
|2nd tier||5 numbers||+ Complimentario number|
|3rd tier||4 numbers|
|4th tier||3 numbers|
To find out more, check out The Bonoloto results page where you will be able to view all the latest results and breakdowns!