La Primitiva

La Primitiva is probably the oldest lotto game in Europe. The first draw of a game that is very close in terms of rules to the modern one called Lotería por Númerosе took place on 10th December 1763. After the year 1812 the lottery assumed its current name, La Primitiva. In 1862 it was prohibited and then reinstated by a king’s decree published on 7 August 1985. It is organized by Organismo Nacional de Loterías y Apuestas del Estado (ONLAE).

The biggest prize was won when the jackpot of 21,622,286.06 Euros was hit on 12th May 2001.
The lottery tickets are forms for filling in of up to eight combinations of six numbers each, within the range from 1 to 49.

Upon the submission of a filled lottery form, the terminal of the licensed operator issues a receipt containing the bet numbers, a unique bet number and barcode. The receipt serves as proof for making the bet. The unique bet number is recorded in the database of EUDORADO.COM irrespective of the selected mode of storing the receipts.

The game consists in drawing 6 balls out of a total of 49. After the main six numbers, a seventh, additional one is drawn as well, which also participates in determining the winners.
The prizes are divided into five categories, as follows: 

Divisions Match Winning odds
I 6
1:13 983 816
1:2 330 636
1:54 201
1:1 032
1:57
II 5 + 1
III 5
IV 4
V 3

Draws take place every Thursday and Saturday.

 By a single lottery ticket, up to 8 bets can be made or one complete wheel combination of up to 11 numbers. The operator does not offer subscription.

The price for every filled in combination is 2.00 €. The price of the service provided by EUDORADO.COM is 0.30 € per combination, but not less than 1.00 € per each submitted lottery ticket. The price of EUDORADO.COM for a combined lottery ticket is 1.00 €.

EUDORADO.COM provides an option for ordering a multiple submission of one and the same lottery ticket. In the latter case, the price of EUDORADO.COM for all the subsequent submissions following the first one is reduced by a half.