The home of lotto betting
Show oddsHide odds
Class
Cl.
Number of ticket numbers
No.
Description Wins per ticket number
1 1 One drawn ticket number £4,000,000.00
2 1 One drawn ticket number £1,250,000.00
3 1 One drawn ticket number £500,000.00
4 2 Two drawn ticket numbers £200,000.00
5 8 Eight drawn ticket numbers £60,000.00
6 2 One number over and one number under the ticket number drawn for prize tier 1 £20,000.00
7 2 One number over and one number under the ticket number drawn for prize tier 2 £12,500.00
8 2 One number over and one number under the ticket number drawn for prize tier 3 £,9600.00
9 99 First three numbers like ticket number drawn in prize tier 1 £1,000.00
10 99 First three numbers like ticket number drawn in prize tier 2 £1,000.00
11 99 First three numbers like ticket number drawn in prize tier 3 £1,000.00
12 198 First three numbers like ticket number drawn in prize tier 4 £1,000.00
13 999 Final two numbers like ticket number drawn in prize tier 1 £1,000.00
14 999 Final two numbers like ticket number drawn in prize tier 2 £1,000.00
15 999 Final two numbers like ticket number drawn in prize tier 3 £1,000.00
16 9999 Final number like ticket number drawn in prize tier 1 £200.00
17 1794 Ticket numbers drawn (known as ‘pedreas’) £1,000.00
Quotas are displayed in relation to a full bet. If you buy only a share of a bet, the payout will change proportionally.
myLotto24.co.uk; the best lottery experience online
  • Guaranteed winnings; over £1.1 billion paid out in prizes
  • Leading provider; over 3 million customers worldwide
  • Maximum security; licensed and monitored by the British Gambling Commission

The Spanish Christmas lottery "El Gordo"
Bet on Spain's favourite lottery for the chance to win BIG

The Spanish Christmas Lottery – the biggest lottery in the world! 

A popular tradition since 1812: the Spanish Christmas lottery “Lotería de Navidad” is held once a year by the Spanish state lottery “Loterias y Apuestas del Estado” – and sets the pre-Christmatone like no other. Gaining popularity worldwidemillions of people will once again watch the three-hour draw live on screen on December 22. The highlight of the draw is the main prize “El Gordo”, meaning “the fat one” – big profits, big opportunities.  

Every 7th ticket wins 

The Spanish Christmas Lottery is considered the world’s largest lottery – with an above-average probability of winning and more than £2 billion up for grabs in total! With a total of only 100,000 lot numbers, more than 15,000 prizes are determined. The chance of winning the first prize “El Gordo” is 1:100.000. In comparison, the probability of winning the UK Lotto is 1:14.000.000.  

 

Bet on El Gordo in the UK!

To be part of this festive phenomenon all you have to do is bet on five-digit lot numbers (from 00000 to 99999). When you bet with myLotto24, you can freely choose this lot number – and combine all your favourite numbers for your bet, for example.  

A whole ticket, called billete, is quite expensive at over 200 euros (app. £180). For this reason, the sale of one-tenth of a bet slip, the so-called décimo, has become widely popular in Spanish lottery stalls. 

With myLotto24, you can not only bet on the usual bet slips – i.e. billetes and décimos – but also have a total of seven different bet slip options: one-hundredth (1/100), one-fiftieth (1/50), one-twentieth (1/20), one-tenth (1/10), one-fifth (1/5), half (1/2) and whole (1/1) bet slips. The choice is yours! 

 

Our top tip: Bet on several décimos with different lucky numbers! 

 

Huge opportunities, high profits

The total winning amount of the Spanish Christmas lottery is divided into 17 different prize categories. Via  “Probability of winning” you can get an overview of the exact distribution of profits. For example, if you crack the “El Gordo” with a tenth of a lot as one of up to ten people at myLotto24, you can expect a whopping £400,000.  

 

The big draw

To determine the winners, wooden balls are drawn from two drums: the lot number drawn from a large drum and the corresponding prize from a second, smaller drum. Among other things, 1,794 individual ticket numbers are drawn for prizes of 100 euros each for a décimo. As with every year, the highlight of the draw is the “El Gordo” main prize – with a total prize of more than £3.500.000.