Find the answers to some of the most common questions about Loto Santiago below, with questions ranging from how to play all the way to the odds of winning the jackpot.
It could not be simpler: just choose six numbers from 1 to 50 and a Joker Ball from 1 to 5, or use the Quick Pick feature to have the numbers randomly chosen for you. You can find more details on the How to Play page.
You must be at least 18 years old to enter. You must also be older than the legal age required to gamble in your country or jurisdiction if that age is higher than 18.
Loto Santiago can be played all over the world, but some countries have restrictions on gambling online which means you cannot play from there. You can find a full list of restricted countries here.
Draw take place every Wednesday and Saturday night at 6:30pm CLST.
Tickets will stop being sold 10 minutes before the draw, so 6:20pm CLST on Wednesday and Saturday nights. On non-draw days the tickets can be bought at any time.
You sure can! When entering, just select the subscribe option and you will be prompted to choose how long you wish to subscribe for, with the options being able to pay once every month or every three months. You will never miss a draw in your subscription period, and it will automatically renew unless you cancel it.
It costs €0.50 ($432) per entry.
There are many different ways to enter Loto Santiago - they are listed below:
Abaqoos, Atsro, Pboleto, DineroMail, EPS, Epay.bg, Euteller, Halcash, Lobanet, Mastercard, Multibanco, Moneta, Neosurf, NETeller, Poli, Polinz, Przelewy, Skrill, Sofort, Sporopay, Teleingreso, TicketSurf, Todito Cash, Trustpay, Usemybank, Visa, WebMoney, Yandexmoney, eKonto
No, Loto Santiago is an online-only lottery, meaning tickets can only be bought through Lotosantiago.cl.
When you go to sign-in, select the “Forgot my Password” button where an email will be sent to your registered account detailing instructions on how to reset your password.
Loto Santiago draws are carried out using a Random Number Generator (iRNG) rather than a traditional method of picking balls out of a drum. The iRNG is compliant with regulatory standards and is tested externally by people with no ties to Loto Santiago to ensure the results produced are random.
You win prizes for matching as many of the numbers on your tickets to those drawn and published on the results page. The aim is to match as many numbers as you can, where matching all six numbers and the Joker ball will win you the jackpot. More information can be found on the prizes page.
The Joker ball is the final ball drawn that can be any number between 1 and 5. If you match the Joker ball then you win a free entry to another Loto Santiago draw.
1 in 79,453,500, whilst the odds of winning any prize are roughly 1 in 3.
No, the jackpot is set at €500,000 ($432 Million) for each draw and will not increase even if it is not won. There will be occasional special draws where the jackpot will be increased up to a maximum of €5 Million ($4.32 Billion) but will still not increase or roll over if they are not won, and will instead reset to the normal amount. More information can be found on the special draws page.
Check your numbers against those found on the results page to see if you have won a prize, or use the ticket checker to have them automatically checked for you.
Cash prizes and free bets will automatically be credited to your account following the draw. If you win the jackpot, a member of our customer service team will contact you to arrange how to have this amount sent directly to your bank account.
If you win the Loto Santiago jackpot then you will be asked to take part in promotional marketing activities, however no details about you will be released without your consent.