Raffles – In addition to lottery products PlayHugeLottos.com also offers a number of Spanish raffles including the El Gordo de Navidad and the El Gordo de Verano. Unlike lottery games where players can choose their numbers the raffles provide existing sets of numbers which players are assigned based on availability.
Rapid Play – The Rapid Play function on PlayHugeLottos.com is a play option that allows you to play tickets into all draws for a lottery for a period of 1 week or 1 month with a click of the button. The option is available on the Play Options menu located on the right hand side of the page.
Rewards Program – An incentive that rewards players for playing the lottery on PlayHugeLottos.com. The more you play, the more free tickets you earn via this rewards program. Find out more here.
Rollover – If a lottery draw is not won (i.e. there is no jackpot prize winner) the jackpot prize amount will be carried across to the next draw, resulting in a larger draw size. There are varying rules governing the number of rollovers that can occur and the increments in which the jackpots can increase from lottery to lottery. Consult the FAQ’s for more detailed information.
Rollover Limit – Certain lotteries have a maximum number of times that they can rollover, after which the jackpot prize will be dispersed to lower tiers if there is no winner.
Sisal – Sisal is the private company that first introduced betting games into the Italian market. They are the official organisers of the popular Italian lottery, the SuperEnaLotto.
Sorteos Extraordinarios – Another term to refer to the very large ‘Loteria Nacional Extra’ raffles that occur throughout the year in Spain including Loteria de Navidad in December.
Span – This refers to a length of time greater than a single draw. To play a spanned entry is to play tickets for draws in advance of the nearest draw. For example, you play a UK Lottery line that spans 5 weeks. This means that your UK Lottery ticket will be entered into every draw for a period of 5 weeks.
Spanish raffles – Spain is known for their giant raffle games and the term is often used synonomously to refer to the extra-large holiday raffles that occur over the course of the year, including the Spanish Christmas lottery, the New Year’s raffle and the July summer raffle. Players choose from sets of pre-printed ticket numbers and have very high odds of winning prizes.
Standard Bundle – (or Bundle Play) This will automatically enter you into every lottery draw available on PlayHugeLottos.com for a standard period of time. The time periods available are 1 week, 1 month, 3 month, 6 month and 1 year. Bundle purchases are heavily discounted and thus do not accrue LottoPoints.
Star Numbers – In addition to the five regular numbers that players must choose in Euromillions, they are required to choose an additional two ‘star’ numbers. Players choose two numbers from a possible eleven and matching one or both star numbers in addition to the standard numbers will win players higher prize amounts. To win the jackpot players must match both the five standard numbers and the two star numbers.
SuperDraw – Every year Euromillions hold special draws with very large guaranteed jackpots. The jackpots are usually set at €100 million and these special draws will usually occur in Feb-March and then again in October. But they have been occasionally known to occur in other months as well. The public receives very little advanced notice of SuperDraws so players need to be quick to take part.
SuperEnaLotto – Italy’s favourite lottery! Players must choose 6 numbers between 1 and 90. An additional ball (the Jolly number) is also drawn to create an additional prize tier for all Match 5 winners.  SuperEna is played 3 times per week on Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday and boasts a record jackpot winning amount of €177,800,000.00 won in October 2010.
SuperEna ‘Super Star’ Number - The "Super Star" number is an additional number which costs extra to play (currently not offered by PlayHugeLottos.com).  It is drawn separately from the 6 main numbers and "Jolly" number. Matching it will increase the prize money.
SuperLoterii.com – Romanian players can experience the thrill of international lotteries from the comfort of their own home. Enjoy a fully translated and supported website making winning millions of Euro that much easier.
SuperLotto Plus – California is referred to as the ‘Sunshine State’ and with State lotteries like this one, it’s easy to see why. Choose 5 numbers from 47 and a further 1 number from 27. Matching all 6 numbers wins you the jackpot. SuperLotto Plus can be played twice a week on Saturday and Wednesday.
Super 7 Bundle – Similar to the Standard bundle except players are able to select their favourite 7 lotteries. Players will be able to enter into every draw for their chosen 7 lotteries over a specified period of time. Bundle purchases are heavily discounted and thus do not accrue LottoPoints.
SzuperLotto.com – Hungarian players can enjoy the top jackpots in the world on SzuperLotto.com. Play and win!
Transaction – This refers to a single instance of purchasing a lottery ticket or tickets on the PlayHugeLottos.com website. You can purchase multiple tickets across a number of lotteries in a single transaction. This is convenient as you only have to conduct a single payment and you will receive a single email containing all the transaction information.
UK Lottery – (or simply ‘Lotto’) The UK National Lottery is one of the most popular 6/49 format lotto games in the world. Since 1994 it has continued to grow and has fans from all over the world. A second weekly draw was added in 1997. UK lotto draws now take place every Wednesday and Saturday.
USA Powerball – (American Powerball) This multi-State American lottery has been around in one form or another since 1988. It boasts the second highest lottery jackpot ever won in the world, a stunning US$590.5 million (2013). Powerball offers a cash or annuity payment option for its massive jackpots. Players can take part in this game twice a week on Wednesday and Saturday.
VinnStort.com – Win big on the Swedish language version of our lottery website. Swedish players can now play all the biggest lottery draws in the world.
Voucher – The term voucher is used to denote a free ticket or ticket credit. It can refer to a promotion code or simply a free ticket added to a players account.
Wheeling – Lottery wheeling makes use of lottery ‘wheels’ (a list of number permutations) to effectively play ‘extra’ numbers in a lottery line. It is argued that wheeling can increase your odds of winning a prize in the lottery. PlayHugeLottos.com has an automated wheeling function (up to 3 extra numbers) called Extra Numbers. To play using Extra Numbers simply select it from the Play Options menu on the right hand side of the page.
 
THE EL GORDO LOTTERY
History Of El Gordo:
The frequency for the El Gordo de la Primitiva draw changed to weekly from October 1997, having been held only once a month since its launch in 1993. It is organised by Loterías y Apuestas del Estado, a group established by Royal Decree in 1985 to run national lotteries in Spain.
This lottery has undergone little alterations in structure since its launch, and continues to be a popular lottery game amongst the Spanish. The most recent game modification occurred in 2005, where an additional prize division was added to the existing eight. This increased prize winning potential for lottery game participants.  
How To Play El Gordo:
Taking inspiration from the USA Powerball and Mega Millions structures, El Gordo de la Primitiva makes use of two separate sets of numbers, although the number ranges differ slightly. Players select their choice of numbers from the following:
- 5 from a possible 54, the primary numbers
- 1 from a possible 9, the key number
Winning the jackpot requires matching all 5 primary numbers as well as the key number. 
El Gordo Jackpots:
El Gordo jackpot prizes have continued to make headlines in Spain with their record-breaking amounts. In 2006, the popular Spanish lotto jackpot was an astonishing €26 million, and a mere two years later reached €27 million.
Yet another massive jackpot win occurred in 2011, topping all previous ones at a whopping €33 million. The latest lucky winner of the El Gordo jackpot scooped a prize of €25 million on September 10th, 2012.
The starting jackpot amount is €5 million. Rollovers will occur until the jackpot is won, meaning the jackpot prize can sometimes grow to five or six times the starting amount. The jackpot amounts are, however, taxed 20% by the government for winnings over €2,500.00, subject to changes made this year.
When To Play El Gordo:
El Gordo de la Primitiva is played once a week, on a Sunday. Because no sales are made on Sundays, the cut-off for ticket sales is the Saturday afternoon before the draw. This applies also to online ticket sales.
The draw is held in Madrid at 1pm (GMT+1) and broadcast on Televisión Española and Radio Nacional de España.
Results are confirmed after a few hours following the draw and mailers are sent to notify winners. 
El Gordo Prize Structure:
The value of the prize tiers is determined by the volume of ticket sales from the previous week.
Prize Tier Match
Jackpot 5 Balls + Key Number
Tier 2 5 Balls
Tier 3 4 Balls + Key Number
Tier 4 4 Balls
Tier 5 3 Balls + Key Number
Tier 6 3 Balls
Tier 7 2 Balls + Key Number
Tier 8 2 Balls
Tier 9 0 Balls + Key Number
THE EUROJACKPOT LOTTERY (EUROJACKPOT)
History Of EuroJackpot:
EuroJackpot was introduced to the European public in late 2011, providing countries not participating in the Pan-European EuroMillions lottery a platform to share in the thrill of giant jackpot draws. The first EuroJackpot draw took place on Friday, 23rd March 2012. Giant jackpots is no exaggeration – jackpot prizes start at €10 million with the possibility to rise as high as a jaw-dropping €90 million!
Keep informed at PlayUKLottery.com  
How To Play EuroJackpot
The Euro Jackpot lottery follows a very similar number selection procedure to the popular Euro Millions lottery. Number selection is as follows:
- 5 numbers from a possible 50 numbers (1 – 50)
- A further 2 numbers from a possible 8 numbers (1 – 8)
To win the main prize, players need to match all 7 lucky lottery numbers. There are a further 11 consolatory prize tiers for the ones who didn’t match 7 numbers. 
Record Breaking Eurojackpot Draws
The biggest jackpot paid out to date was €46,079,338.00 won by a one lucky lottery player on the 12th April 2013. The EuroJackpot has a rollover cap, but it is a sizeable one of €90 million. If the jackpot remains unclaimed by lottery players, additional funds will be added to the lower tier prize, to a maximum of €90 million as well.
Eurojackpot originally had a rollover cap in addition to the jackpot cap - a maximum of 12 times. If on the 12th rollover draw the jackpot was still not won the jackpot amount would roll down to the lower tier.
From the 18th May 2012 to 10th August 2012 the EuroJackpot rolled continuously. On the 12th rollover draw the jackpot was still not won so the entire €27,545,858.00 top prize rolled down to the 2nd tier (match 5+1). There was only one 2nd tier winner, a player who didn't even match all 7 numbers, receiving the jackpot prize in full! The lucky German ticket holder made German lottery winning history with the massive win. 
When To Play EuroJackpot
The EuroJackpot draw takes place every Friday night. The draw itself is held in Helsinki, Finland and is broadcast on Yle TV1. EuroJackpot results are posted on PlayUKLottery.com shortly after the live broadcast.
EuroJackpot Prize Tiers
A lottery player has many chances of taking home a prize on the EuroJackpot with 12 prize tiers available:
Jackpot 
Match 5 + 1
Match 5
Match 4 + 2
Match 4 + 1
Match 4
Match 3 + 2
Match 3 + 1
Match 3
Match 2 + 2
Match 2 + 1
Match 1 + 2
 
THE EUROMILLIONS LOTTERY (EUROMILLIONS)
History Of Euromillions:
EuroMillions is organised by Camelot, Française des Jeux and Loterías y Apuestas del Estado and is a transnational lottery which initially included only the UK, France and Spain. A mere eight months after the first draw on the 7th February 2004 the popularity of the lottery grew to host Austria, Belgium, Ireland, Luxembourg, Portugal and Switzerland’s respective lotteries. These countries joined in for the EuroMillions’ first exciting transnational draw on the 8th October 2004. This lottery continues to excite and enthral lottery players every week. A second weekly draw was created in 2011 to accommodate the crowds of extra players from all over Europe and the UK, evidence of the games’ popularity.  
How To Play Euromillions:
This lottery uses a dual-drum process, increasing the prize tier and anticipation of the players. The first drum contains numbers ranging from 1-50 and the second 1-11. Players select 5 numbers from the first drum, called “Stresa” and 2 “star” numbers from the second, known as “Paquerette”. In total, the Euro Millions is a line of 7 numbers.
To win the jackpot, a player must choose all 7 matching numbers drawn from the two drums. Choosing at least 4 matching numbers from Stresa and both correct numbers from Paquerette can guarantee the player a 1.5% cut of the total prize winnings and this increases gradually with more correct number picks.
You can take part in the fun, too! As long as you are 18 or over and reside in Austria, Belgium, France, Ireland, Liechtenstein, Luxembourg, Monaco, Portugal, Spain, Switzerland and the United Kingdom. And even if you don’t, you can access the excitement of the weekly draw through online portals like this one.
EuroMillions draws are now held every Tuesday and Friday night in Paris.
EuroMillions Rollovers And Superdraws:
After last years’ revision of the EuroMillions jackpot cap, the maximum amount that can be won is set at €190 million. This means in the case of a rollover at this amount, the prize will not increase. If the jackpot remains unclaimed on the second rollover, the prize money “rolls down” to the next prize tier.
In the event of the Euromillions Super Draws the jackpot prize money is a set amount of €100 million and grows until the jackpot is won. On average there are Super Draws twice annually. Since 7 November 2009 the rules have changed to allow rollovers if the Super Draw jackpot isn’t won. To date, the Super Draw’s first jackpot has never been claimed resulting in massive winnings after rollovers occur. The most recent Super Draw winners were Dave and Angela Dawes, a couple from Wisbech, Cambridgeshire. 
EuroMillions Prize structure (standard draw with no rollover):
Numbers Stars % of prize fund Expected winnings 
(Euro) Expected winnings 
(Sterling)
2 0 TBA TBA TBA
2 1 24.0% € 9 £6.40
1 2 10.1% € 10 £7.20
3 0 4.7% € 17 £12
2 2 4.4% € 23 £16.50
3 1 5.1% € 28 £19.60
3 2 1.0% € 77 £53.90
4 0 0.7% € 113 £79.10
4 1 1.0% € 242 £169.50
4 2 1.5% € 5,085 £3,559.50
5 0 2.1% € 76,275 £53,392.70
5 1 7.4% € 403,169 £282,218.80
5 2 32.0% € 15,000,000 Jackpot
FRANCE LOTO (THE FRENCH NATIONAL LOTTERY)
History Of France Loto:
One of the most popular international lottery games in Europe, France Loto was launched in 1976 by the operator La Française des Jeux, a mainly state-owned group. France has a long history of lottery games, first created by King Francis in 1505. Over 36% of the todays’ French population play France Loto and since the Euro was introduced in 2002 150 lucky residents have become multi-millionaires. The minimum jackpot amount is set to €2 million. If there is no winner, this increases by €1 million. There is a maximum of 34 rollovers for the jackpot.  
How To Play France Loto:
To place an entry into the France Loto players must choose numbers from 2 sets of balls (a ‘double matrix’). Players make their picks as follows:
-    Select 5 numbers from a possible 49
-    Select 1 number from a possible 10 (known as the ‘Lucky Number’)
To win this lottery a player must match all their chosen 6 numbers to all 6 numbers drawn.
France Loto Jackpots:
The largest single-ticket jackpot prize won on the France Loto was €24 million on 6th June 2011. The jackpot rolled over an impressive 11 times (from a starting special draw jackpot size of €13 million) to produce this gigantic jackpot!
The France Loto has also had its fair share of interesting results over the years with one incredibly lucky lottery player taking home the French jackpot twice. A player from the southern French city of Montpellier took home the jackpot in 1996 and then again in 2011 winning himself a total of €5.8 million. 
When To Play France Loto:
Draws for the French Loto take place three times every week on Mondays, Wednesdays and Saturdays. France Loto drawings are broadcast on France 2 TV at 20.30 GMT.
France Loto Prize Tier:
There are a total of 6 prize tiers for this French Lottery, which means that there are a great number of prizes to be won up to three times per week.
Jackpot: 5 Numbers Plus Lucky Number
Tier 2: 5 Numbers
Tier 3: 4 Numbers
Tier 4: 3 Numbers
Tier 5: 2 Numbers
Tier 6: Lucky Number
THE SUPERENALOTTO LOTTERY (SUPERENALOTTO)
History Of SuperEnaLotto
This lottery developed from the 1950’s ‘EnaLotto’ into SuperEnaLotto in 1997 and has since become the most popular lottery game in Italy, with thousands of players participating every week. It underwent further alteration on July 1st, 2009 to simplify the draw process. One single draw occurs for the six winning numbers plus the ‘Jolly’ number, and a second draw chooses the ‘SuperStar’ number. This gives players a chance to win a set amount of prize money even if they have only chosen one number matching the SuperStar pick. Italian lottery organisers SISAL launched a dedicated television channel for viewers to have up-to-date results available to them. The SuperEnaLotto has no rollover limit and can sometimes rollover for months. This is one of the reasons for its popularity – a chance to win a massive prize in the multi-millions.  
How To Play SuperEnaLotto
Players choose 6 numbers from a 1-90 range, making it easy to play. If a player matches all 6 numbers, they win the jackpot. But you can win prizes even if you have only picked 3 matching numbers. And even more prizes can be won if you picked the ‘Jolly’ number. This is an exciting aspect of the first draw and gives players who have matched 5 out of the 6 numbers a chance to win larger prizes.  It therefore affects the secondary prizes, not the jackpot.
There’s an additional chance to win with the ‘SuperStar’ number, which costs a bit extra to play but if matched to the one drawn can guarantee the player an increase of their existing prize. A player who only matches the SuperStar number will win a set prize amount, making this extra option a worthwhile one.
SuperEnaLotto Rollovers And Giant Jackpots
This lottery is wildly attractive because it has no limit to rollovers or roll downs of jackpots. Needless to say, the winnings can grow to massive amounts. Some of the biggest wins have occurred in the past few years. The largest to date was drawn on May 4th, 2005 and shared between ten ticket buyers in Milan, totalling €71,767,565.57. The largest win by a single player amounted to €177,800,000 on October 30th, 2010.
When to play SuperEnaLotto
This lottery has draws three times a week, on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays at 7:30pm CET in Rome, Italy.  Results can be viewed on SISAL TV.
SuperEnaLotto Prize structure
The SuperEnaLotto prize tiers are as follows
Match 6 – Jackpot
Match 5 plus the Jolly Number
Match 5
Match 4
Match 3

The UK National Lottery UK LOTTO
Play the UK Lotto Online!
History of UK Lottery:
The UK National Lottery’s first draw was presented by Noel Edmonds on 19 November 1994 and boasted the considerable prize of £5,874,778. This was shared by seven winners. Unlike most state lotteries, the UK National Lottery is privately operated by the Camelot Group under government licence. Initially, the draw was popular amongst people in the UK but as sales started to fall in the beginning of the new millennium, the National Lottery underwent key rebranding processes in 2002. Maintaining the original name as the National Lottery to refer to the collective games, the main game was renamed Lotto and the National Lottery Extra became Lotto Extra. The logo was restyled along with renaming the two games in the collective. Sales rose once again and it has become one of the most widely accessed forms of gambling in the United Kingdom.
How To Play The UK Lottery:
The UK National Lottery has one of the simplest lottery structures, making it easy to play and win. Players choose 6 numbers out of a possible 49. Prizes are awarded to players who match at least three of the six balls drawn. To win the jackpot, players need to pick all 6 drawn balls from the lottery machine. These consist of 5 balls plus the Bonus Ball. This final Bonus Ball only affects players who have matched all five numbers drawn. If the jackpot remains unclaimed, the prize money is added to the following weeks’ jackpot, called a rollover. There is also a “Lucky Dip” option which generates an automated set of numbers for players who do not wish to choose their own sequence. The UK Lotto is conducted on Wednesdays and Saturdays at 8.00pm GMT, excepting Christmas Day where the draw is moved to Christmas Eve. The draw is broadcast live on BBC One and online tickets may be purchased until a few hours before the broadcast.
 
UK Lottery Rollovers and Historic Jackpots:
The rollover for this lottery is limited to 4, but there have only ever been a few triple rollovers in its history. Occasionally, the organisers will hold a UK Lotto Superdraw where the jackpot is a set amount irrespective of rollovers or ticket sales. The lucky winners of £42,008,610 made history on January 6th, 1996, winning the largest jackpot to date for the UK Lotto.
UK Lottery Prize Tiers:
The UK Lottery is appealing around the world due to tax-free winnings and a lump sum pay-out. There are a total of five prize tiers with all players who choose 4 and above matched numbers receiving a percentage of the total prize fund.
Funds are divided up after payout of 3-ball winners:
Matching Numbers Prize
3 numbers £10 per winner
4 numbers 22% of remaining fund
5 numbers 10% of remaining fund
5 numbers and bonus ball 16% of remaining fund
6 numbers 52% of remaining fund

El Gordo Christmas Lottery
Known locally as Sorteo de Navidad or Lotería de Navidad, this is the Spanish Christmas Lottery and is one of the oldest lotteries in the world. The Spanish have been participating in it since 1812! It is also the lottery where you can win bigger than any other in the world. So join in with the 98% of the Spanish population taking part in this lottery every year, and perhaps you will experience some extra Christmas fortune! Access the online games at PlayUKLottery.com. The Spanish Christmas lottery forms part of the Loteria Nacional Extra series of super raffles or 'Sorteos Extraordinarios’. Its structure resembles a raffle more than your typical lottery, where players choose winning tickets, not individual number combinations. Further information regarding how to play can be found below. 
How To Play El Gordo Navidad:
The raffle tickets are pre-selected lines of numbers on each ticket, so players need to choose a winning ticket as opposed to choosing a combination of numbers. Each five-digit number is repeated across multiple tickets. The exact amount of times a number is repeated will vary from draw to draw but can sometimes be as much as 195 times. These full tickets are divided further into tenths, known as 'decimos'. Most players purchase a tenth of ticket, called a ‘decimo’ but there is also the option to purchase a full tickets as well, known as a "billete". Players that select a matching ‘decimo’ ticket win one-tenth of the prize. Players holding the winning full ticket will win the full prize money. 
How To Play El Gordo Navidad
When To Play El Gordo Navidad: The Spanish Christmas Lottery takes place every year on the 22nd December with ticket sales going on sale a few months before the draw takes place. The draw occurs in Madrid, Spain and Televisión Española and Radio Nacional de España broadcast the elaborate draw process. The chosen numbers are drawn from separate ball containers and sung out by school children from San Ildefonso School. Get your tickets at PlayUKLottery.com a few months before the draw. 
If you thought that the entry process was unique, you may be even more surprised at the draw procedure itself (which has not changed since the first draw back in 1812). The winning numbers and the associated prize value are drawn from two separate ball containers and these are then sung out loud to the public by school children from the San Ildefonso school. This process is repeated for the many thousands of prize tiers in the draw. As you might imagine the draw itself can therefore take up to 3 – 4 hours to complete.
The draw takes place in Madrid, Spain and the entire draw is broadcast by Televisión Española and Radio Nacional de España.
When To Play El Gordo Navidad
The Spanish Christmas Lottery takes place every year on the 22nd December with ticket sales going on sale a few months before the draw.
Sorteo de Navidad – Best Odds Of Winning:
Nearly 28 million players benefit from participating in this lottery with a 1 in 6.5 chance of take home prizes. It promises to deliver €2.24 billion in prizes on December 22nd!
Winnings can also be taken home in one lump sum, so have a chance to make your Christmas extra merry and grab a ticket!
 El Gordo Navidad Prize Divisions for 2013
First - €4,000,000.00
Second - €1,250,000.00
Third - €500,000.00
Fourth - €200,000.00
Fifth - €60,000.00
The el Niño New Year's Raffle
In Spain, the el Niño New Year's Raffle heats up the population every year with its chances of winning some truly massive amounts of prizes money. Organised by the Spanish National lottery, the total of €840 million is up for grabs by lucky raffle participants. This raffle is also known as ‘Sorteo Extraordinario de El Niño’ or simply ‘the Spanish winter lottery’. It forms part of the super raffles offered in the Loteria Nacional Extra series of raffles.
How To Play el Niño 
Players familiar with the structure of El Gordo de Navidad will know how to play el Niño. Each ticket has a series of numbers formed in lines, the individual lines are called ‘decimos’ and the entire ticket is a ‘billete’. Players need to purchase the full billete in order to win 100% of the prize total amount. If a player only holds one-tenth, or the decimo ticket, they will win one-tenth of the total prize money.
When To Play el Nino
el Niño takes place annually on the 6th of January. PlayUKLottery.com will be selling tickets for as long as we have stock available leading up to the draw day. Be sure to purchase your ticket early before everyone else beats you to it!
Winning numbers are drawn for the 1st and 2nd prizes, along with many other additional prizes.
el Niño Jackpots: 
The jackpot prize is in the hundreds of millions, and is thus one of the biggest in the world! el Niño shares the maximum number of prizes between as many players as possible, making many participants winners! Please note that 20% tax is applied by the Spanish Government on any winnings over €2,500.00.
THE SPANISH LA PRIMITIVA LOTTO
History of La Primitiva
La Primitiva dates back to the late 1700’s making it the oldest running lottery game in the world. The name ‘La Primitiva’ actually translates into English as ‘The Primitive One’, a reference to the historic roots of this lottery. The updated form of the game was introduced in 1985.
How to Play La Primitiva
La Primitiva follows the standard 6/49 lottery format but includes a unique feature in its prize structure, known as the ‘Reintegro’ number. To play La Primitiva lottery players select 6 numbers from a possible 49. During the lottery drawing the organisers draw 7 numbers – 6 numbers plus a “complimentary” (bonus ball). And in addition to this standard 6/49 format, a 7th number between 0 and 9 called the ‘Reintegro’ (‘refund’) number is also drawn.
If a player matches all 6 of the winning numbers drawn plus the Reintegro number they win the top prize which includes the 1st prize value plus an additional sum. Please see the La Primitiva prize structure at the bottom of the page for more information on how the bonus ball and Reintegro number determine the prize tiers. 
The Reintegro Number
To win the top prize in La Primitiva you need to match all 6 chosen numbers plus the have the assigned Reintegro number. The Reintegro number is not chosen by you, it is randomly assigned by the Spanish National Lottery organisers after your entry has been validated on their system. Please note: Your initial entry confirmation email will not contain your Reintegro number. Please allow up to 24 hours for receipt of your Reintegro number once the draw your ticket is entered into becomes the next available La Primitiva draw on our system.
To win the top prize in La Primitiva you need to match all 6 chosen numbers plus the have the assigned Reintegro number. The Reintegro number is not chosen by you, it is randomly assigned by the Spanish National Lottery organisers after your entry has been validated on their system. Please note: Your initial entry confirmation email will not contain your Reintegro number. Please allow up to 24 hours for receipt of your Reintegro number once the draw your ticket is entered into becomes the next available La Primitiva draw on our system.
Numbers Matched Prize Tier
6 balls + Reintegro number Jackpot
6 balls 1st
5 balls + Bonus 2nd
5 balls 3rd
4 balls 4th
3 balls 5th
Reintegro number 6th
Loteria Nacional Extra – Sorteo Extraordinario
Loteria Nacional Extra - Sorteo Extraordinario: This is a special raffle draw held at least once a month, the next exciting draw happened on October 5th, where €105 million in total prizes were up for grabs! The odds are out of this world, with as much as 1 in 3 players taking home prizes. This raffle forms an important part of Spain’s shared traditions, and follows a similar format to the Loteria de Navidad and el Nino raffles.
 How To Play Sorteo Extraordinario:
Players purchase tickets containing preselected lines of five-digit codes. Players can purchase individual shares, with one five-digit code, or opt for better odds with a full ticket containing 10 shares. When To Play Sorteo Extraordinario: The next draw occurs on October 5th, 2013 and the prize is big so be sure to purchase your raffle tickets as soon as you can! There will be one following that on November 9th with a total of €84 million in prizes to be won.
This October’s Sorteo Extraordinario is monumental. There is a whopping €105 million up for grabs, with a €20 million premio especial for the single share chosen from the first prize winning tickets. And this year, Loteria Nacional is celebrating 250 years of Spanish raffle draws, making it one of the most long-running lotteries in the world. October's tickets feature an image of old-style Loteria Nacional raffle entries, before the world famous Spanish lottery organisation updated their graphic designs, sure to delight the participants involved!
 

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EFT/Bank Transfer: Local bank accounts are available for a number of countries. See below for further information.
eWallets & Prepaid: NETeller, Skrill (Moneybookers), ePay.bg, WebMoney, Ukash, Neosurf, CashU, Abaqoos, eWire, Moneta, POLi, DineroMail and Qiwi Wallet
Near-instant Bank Transfer: Euteller, Giropay, Boleto Bancario, Przelewy24, Sofort Überweisen, EPS, InstantBank (GluePay), Lobanet, PayU anf HalCash.
Please note that funds uploaded to the online account (using any payment means) can not be withdrawn. This restriction is in line with worldwide money laundering prevention measures.

Direct Payment (Checkout)
Due to the nature of checkout payments, only immediate methods are available:
Credit Cards: Visa, MasterCard and Virtual Visa
eWallets & Prepaid: NETeller, Ukash
Should you choose to deposit into your PlayCredit account first, you will be able to use the PlayCredit Balance to pay for your order. Additionally, winnings can be added to your PlayCredit account to complete payment.