LIVE: Spain’s Christmas Lottery draw 2022

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WATCH Spain’s Christmas Lottery draw 2022 LIVE here.

UPDATE – Spain’s Christmas lottery 2022 numbers are being drawn – have you won?

  • First Prize / El Gordo: 05490
  • Second Prize: 04074
  • Third prize: 45250
  • Four Prizes (2): 54289; 25296
  • Fifth Prizes (8): 62391; 43696; 88509; 38454; 24492; 79138; 36142; 87092.

The 1st prize, ‘El Gordo’, the fat one, was won by 05490, the prize is a whooping €4,000,000.

The “Gordo” of the Christmas Lottery 2022 has been widely distributed, with prizes in various provinces of Spain. One of them is Alicante, where it has fallen in Torrevieja and Jávea.

Ticket number 04074 takes second prize in the 2022 Christmas lottery, which was sold in Puigcerdà, Olot, Bilbao, and Mungia.

54289, claims the fourth prize.

62391 and 43696 are the two fifth-round prizes (of 8), sold entirely in Alicante (specifically in Villajoyosa and Benidorm) and Galdakao, in Vizcaya.

88509 is the third fifth-round prize (of 8). It has been sold in Pamplona, ​​Manises, Montgat, Barcelona, ​​Jaén, Madrid, Málaga, Vigo, Illa de Arousa, Morón de la Frontera and Alfara del Patriarca.

ORIGINAL – As people watch the Christmas Lottery draw from all over Spain, it’s interesting to note that 2022 has had the second most Christmas Lottery sales, according to Spanish media reports on Thursday, December 22.

Sales of the Christmas Lottery Draw in Spain have grown by around 5 per cent compared to 2021 and reached a total of €3,180 million.

As noted, this is the second year in which sales of this Christmas raffle have risen, after the drop registered in 2020 due to the covid-19 pandemic.

According to the Christmas Lottery, the draw has invoiced €3,180,097,520, while in 2021 the amount collected was €3,028 million.

The average cost per inhabitant has been €67.11.

The community that registered the most Christmas lottery sales was Castilla y León, once again, with €106 per inhabitant.

This was followed by La Rioja, with €97.11; Asturias, with €97.2, and Aragón, with €87.8.

On the other hand, the cities of Ceuta and Melilla, with €17.82 and €16.20 euros respectively, spent the least per inhabitant.

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Matthew Roscoe

Originally from the UK, Matthew is based on the Costa Blanca and is a web reporter for The Euro Weekly News covering international and Spanish national news. Got a news story you want to share? Then get in touch at [email protected]