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Today, December 22, the Christmas lottery draw is taking place in which anyone who has bought one or several tenths will have an opportunity to get a good price. If you have bought numbers and want to know if they are awarded or not, we are going to show you how to check the 2016 Christmas lottery online.
At this time you can watch the draw live on different televisions, although to check if you have won your tenth prize with an important prize or on the stone, you always have the Internet or any administration near your home at your disposal.
Official website of State Lotteries and Gambling
Although it is true that the list of prizes will be updated over the next few hours, you can now check if the tickets you have have been awarded or not so far since the draw has not yet ended.
You can check them on many websites but we will focus on the official website. In State Lotteries and Gambling any user has at their disposal a section where they can easily check the tenth.
To do this, you only have to enter the 5-digit number and the amount played, which in most cases is 20 euros and is the cost of a lottery tenth.
Finally choose the draw “Christmas 2016” and click check. Soon you will know if you have been lucky or not with your lottery numbers.
The Spanish Public Television Radio is broadcasting live, as many years ago, the Christmas Lottery. It has created a section on its official website dedicated exclusively to this raffle in which anyone can check the prizes that have been appearing and find out if yours have been awarded or not.
As is the case with the official page of State Lotteries and Gambling, here it will also suffice to enter the full number and the amount played, which by default is always 20 euros.
Finally you will be able to know if you have been successful or not by clicking on the "Check tenth" button. Remember that the list will be updated as the draw progresses and the different prizes of theappear. Christmas Lottery 2016 , which by the way can be collected from this afternoon.
Have you bought a Christmas Lottery ticket this year?