The owner of a Bonoloto ticket validated in Vitoria-Gasteiz (Álava) will receive 983,105.33 euros for having been the only First Category winner in the draw held this Wednesday, according to what was reported by Loterías y Apuestas del Estado.
The winning ticket has been validated at the Lottery Administration number 1 of Vitoria-Gasteiz, located at Pasaje Postas, 32.
Second Category (5 hits + Complementary) there are three correct tickets that have been validated in the Receiver Office number 67,410 from Garachico (Santa Cruz de Tenerife), located in Eutropio Rodríguez de la Sierra, 8; at number 76.525 in Híjar (Teruel), located at Avda. del Carmen, 20 and at the Lottery Administration number 465 in Madrid, located at Avda. General, 18.
The winning combination of the drawing of the Bonoloto held this Wednesday, May 11, 2022, has been made up of the numbers 2, 11, 27, 32, 35 and 40. The complementary number was 24 and the refund was 4. The proceeds of the draw amounted to 2,491,998.50 euros.
ABOUT THE BONOLOTO DRAW
The Bonoloto draw is held from Monday to Saturday and is regulated by Lotteries and State Bets. Bets are priced at 0.50 euros, which makes it the cheapest draw organized by LAE.
La Bonoloto was born for the first time on February 28, 1988 as an alternative to the games that existed at that time, which were La Primitiva, Quiniela and the National Lottery. Bonoloto was a game that promised a lot, since it was going to offer more draws per week, a total of four days a week, and also for a much cheaper price.
A year and five months later, on July 9, 1989, Bonoloto distributed its biggest prize of 604 million pesetas, which today would be around €3,633,084.12
On November 18, 1990, the Bonoloto distributed for the first time a prize of more than 100 million pesetas, which fell in Iscar, Valladolid.
In 1991, the refund was introduced, with which the price of the bet is returned.
Since 2013, all prizes ceased to be considered income that is not taxed in the declaration and became subject to taxes after the approval of Law 16/2012, of December 27. Currently, for prizes of more than €40,000, a 20% tax must be paid, an amount that State Lotteries and Bets deduct before paying the prize.
Prizes are collected in two different ways depending on the amount won:
- Prizes with an amount of less than €2,000 may be paid at any State Lottery and Betting establishment.
- Prizes in excess of €2,500 can only be cashed out at State Lotteries and Betting collaborating banking entities.
You can check the results of this and other draws on our dedicated site exclusively, where you can consult them recently published by the corresponding administrations.
Note: Diario de Avisos is not responsible for errors or omissions that may exist. The only valid official list is the one provided by the state company Loterías y Apuestas del Estado.