The 19517, third prize of the Christmas Lottery: 50,000 euros to the tenth | Society



At 11:32 in the morning the third prize of the Christmas Lottery came out: 19517, which takes 50,000 euros to the tenth and 500,000 euros to the series. The third prize has been concentrated in five provinces, especially in Játiva (Valencia), with 103 series. In addition, it has fallen in Calella (Barcelona), with 35 series; Almería, with 17; Granollers (Barcelona) with 15; and Badajoz, with 2.

The number was sung on the ninth wire of the fifth table. The children Salvador Constantin Roa and Luis Alcides Paniagua sang number and prize and Santa Daniela de León Santa and Paula Figuereo Figuereo were in charge of extracting the balls, and they have also been lucky enough to deliver the second fourth prize and the third fifth prize.

The Extraordinary Draw of the Christmas Lottery 2021 distributes this Wednesday, December 22, a total of 2,408 million euros in prizes, the same amount as the previous year.

One more year, the issue consists of 172 series of 100,000 numbers each. This issue reaches 3,440 million euros, of which 70% is distributed in prizes, that is, 2,408 million euros in prizes will be distributed.

Among the prizes distributed by the Christmas Lottery, the popularly known as Christmas ‘Gordo’ stands out, the first prize, of 400,000 euros to the tenth. The second prize will be 125,000 euros to the tenth and the third will distribute 50,000 euros to the tenth. In addition, there are two quarters of 20,000 euros and eight fifths of 6,000 euros to the tenth.

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As a novelty, this year prizes of up to 2,000 euros can be collected through Bizum and, as usual, at one of the 11,000 points of sale of the Lotteries commercial network, from the afternoon of December 22, when both the verifications of the extracted numbers and the computer processes are completed. If the prize accumulates an amount equal to or greater than 2,000 euros, it will be charged at the authorized financial institutions.

This year each Spaniard will spend an average of 66.60 euros to buy tickets for the Extraordinary Draw of the Christmas Lottery that will be held on December 22, compared to 65.66 euros in 2020, according to the amount of consignment per inhabitant of the State Lottery and Gambling Society of the State (SELAE).

Number 5 continues to be the reimbursement of the first prize, commonly known as ‘El Gordo’, the most repeated throughout the history of the Extraordinary Christmas Draw of the National Lottery, having been awarded a total of 32 times. They are followed by numbers 4 and 6, with 27 occasions each.

On the opposite side, the less fortunate ending in this traditional Christmas draw is again number 1 (eight occasions), followed by 2 (thirteen occasions) and 9 (a total of 16 occasions), according to data provided by the State Society of Lotteries and State Betting (SELAE), collected by Europa Press.

For its part, number 8 has been the reimbursement of the first prize 23 times, while 0 and 7 have been 22 times, and 3 has been the last figure of the number graced with ‘El Gordo’ of this traditional Christmas raffle 21 times.

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George Holan

George Holan is chief editor at Plainsmen Post and has articles published in many notable publications in the last decade.

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