La Primitiva is one of Spain's oldest and most popular lotteries, with its roots tracing back to 1763 when it was introduced by the Marqués de Esquilache. Originally known as "Lotería por Números," the game has undergone various modifications over the centuries, but its core essence remains. Participants choose six numbers from a pool of 1 to 49, and during the draw, six main numbers and an additional reintegro number are drawn. Matching all six main numbers and the reintegro number results in winning the jackpot. Additionally, there are other prize tiers for matching fewer numbers. The draws for La Primitiva take place twice a week, on Thursdays and Saturdays, giving enthusiasts multiple chances to try their luck. Over the years, it has become an integral part of Spanish culture and has produced many multimillion-euro winners.
- Ticket Price : 2.5 Euro
- Ticket Draw Numbers :6 Number
- Bonus Draw Numbers :1 Number
7.2 Million Euro