Loto Santiago is an exclusive Jackpot.com lottery that takes place on Wednesdays and Saturdays at 23:30 CET. Check out the Loto Santiago FAQs below for more information about this fun-tastic lottery!
Placing your bets on Loto Santiago is fairly easy! All you need to do is follow these steps:
1. Visit our Loto Santiago page
2. Select 6 numbers from 1-50 and a Joker Pick from 1-5
3. Finalise your transaction
Easy, right? You can also select the Quick Pick option to have your numbers selected randomly. If you never want to miss a Loto Santiago draw, you can also subscribe to this lottery before finalising your transaction.
Loto Santiago gives out three different prizes, each with different ways of being won. The jackpot, which is fixed at an amount of almost €500,000, can be won by matching all 6 main numbers and the Joker Pick. If more than one person wins a particular prize, this prize is divided equally between the winners. The Free Bet Bonus is an exception to this rule, since if multiple players win this prize, they will receive a free bet each. Check out the prize table below for more information about the other prizes:
|6 Main Numbers + 1 Joker Pick
|Jackpot: almost €500,000
|2 Main Numbers
|Free Bet Bonus
If you win a prize in Loto Santiago, we will send you an email to let you know and we will make sure to transfer the prize money to your account as soon as possible. You can also compare your numbers to those on our Loto Santiago results page which is updated right after every draw.
The odds of winning the jackpot in Loto Santiago are 1 in 79,453,500.
Although he jackpot amount is fixed at almost €500,000, it will go up to €5 million up to twice a month!
You win a Free Bet Bonus when you match the Joker Pick in Loto Santiago. This means that you will get your bet back and use it in future Loto Santiago draws! You can activate free bets in your account.
The winning numbers in Loto Santiago are generated using our own Insured Random Number Generator (iRNG). This technology guarantees a complete random selection of numbers and uses a time-stamp mechanism to protect the results.