Children’s Lottery 2023 | What prizes of the Children’s Lottery Draw have come out?
start the Extraordinary Draw of the ‘El Niño’ Lottery 2023 this Friday, January 6, Three Kings Day, which will distribute 700 million euros in prizes from the State Lottery and Betting Hall (LAE), through the system of multiple drums. Specifically, the issuance of this traditional Christmas raffle amounts to a total of 50 series of 100,000 banknotes each, at the price of 200 euros per ticket, divided into tenths of 20 euros. The total issue is 1,000,000,000 euros.
Regarding the most important prizes of the ‘El Niño’ draw, the First prize It is 2,000,000 euros per series; the Second prizefrom 750,000 euros per series; and the Third awardfrom 250,000 euros per series. In addition, there are 20 prizes of 3,500 euros and another 1,400 prizes of 1,000 euros per series, among others.
The First Prize has been 9603. He has fallen fully into the Administration L ‘Escala in Girona.
The Second prize, 72289, has been much more distributed throughout the territory, since it has played in several provinces of practically all the communities, except Cantabria and La Rioja. It has reached around twenty municipalities, including the capitals of Malaga, Jaén, Granada and Huelva.
In the province of Granada, the prize has been sold in the municipalities of Láchar, Motril, Armilla, Deifontes, Almuñécar and the capital. In Malaga, this second prize has been distributed in Guaro, Álora, San Luis de Sabinillas, Torremolinos and the capital of the Costa del Sol, while in Jaén it has only been sold in the capital. This second prize has also left thousands of euros in the Almeria municipality of El Ejido; in the Cádiz towns of Tarifa, Sanlúcar de Barrameda, Jerez and La Línea de la Concepción, and in the Huelva capital.
The Third Prize
The Third Prize, 18918has been consigned in the towns of Guillena (Sevilla), Alzira (Valencia) and Lugo.
The origin of the Child Draw
According to the data provided by the State Lottery and Gambling, there are documentary references that in 1868 this raffle was already popularly known as ‘El Niño’. This denomination is possibly due to the proximity of the Epiphany of the Lord or the Adoration of the Child by the Magi from the East. In 1941, this Draw was set up with its own personality and name.until it became the second most important Draw of the National Lottery. It was not until 1966 when the name Sorteo de ‘El Niño’ appeared in the official prize lists.
The ‘El Niño’ Sweepstakes began to grant refunds in 1942 and since 1946 termination and reinstatement awards. All draws have been held uninterruptedly by the Old or Traditional system until 1965, and by the Modern or Multiple Drum system since the following year. In this way, State Lotteries and Gambling highlights that “this endearing Draw, institutionalized in 1941 by F. Roldán, has managed year after year to become a tradition among the Spanish population as a great event that opens each new year”. In this sense, he points out that, as a result of the “resounding success” of the first draw held before the Epiphany of the Lord, it was decided the following year, in 1942, transform it into an Extraordinary Draw.
In 1941 the draw consisted of 4 series of 42,000 tickets, each one at 150 pesetas per ticket, divided into tenths at 15 pesetas; 166,668 tickets were sold with a total collection of 25,230,000 pesetas. They reported a benefit of 7,700,300 pesetas to the State. On the other hand, in 1942, the First Extraordinary Draw of the year, had 3 series of 56,000 tickets each, at 250 pesetas per ticket, divided into tenths of 25 pesetas. In 2012, the Extraordinary Draw of ‘El Niño’ was held in Cádiz in commemoration of the second centenary of the Cádiz Constitution of 1812 ‘La Pepa’ and the bicentennial of the birth of the National Lottery.