The Red Cross Lottery and Huila Lottery hold a new draw every Tuesday. If you bet on any of these lotteries, you can see the results on December 5 at 22:30 and 23:00.

(Don’t forget to read: Red Cross and Huila Lottery: Here are the results for Tuesday, November 28).

We remind you of the Lottery. Red Cross donates 5,000 million pesos to the person who wins the jackpot; during The Huila Lottery draws 1,000 million pesos.

If you win one of the night’s prizes, you must go to the relevant Lottery offices and present the winning ticket in perfect condition and a photocopy of your citizenship card enlarged to 150%.

(Also: MiLoto accumulation drops for the first time in Colombia: see the numbers and millionaire prize).

For this Tuesday’s draw, The winning number for the jackpot is 5387 from the 056 series.

The prize scheme offered by this Lotto includes the first exchange rate prize of $200 million pesos; Four dollars worth $50 million; Seventeen cents to $30 million pesos; Twenty points worth $20 million and another twenty points worth $10 million.

If you are one of the happy winners, you can collect your prize from the Red Cross office located at Avenida Carrera 68 No 68 B-31 in Bogota, with your ticket in perfect condition and a photocopy of your ID enlarged up to 150. citizenship.


On the other hand, the biggest prize The person who correctly guesses the number 0302 of the 016 series will be given 1,000 million pesos.

In the reward plan, they offer 1 currency for $100,000,000; 1 fixed win with no streak for $1,800,000; 5 points worth $60,000,000; 15 points for $21,000,000 and another 6 points for $15,000,000.

If you win a prize of more than six (more than six million pesos) the current legal minimum wage, you must go with your ticket or fraction thereof to the Huila Lottery headquarters located at Carrera 4 #9-25 in the city. .


Source: Exame

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