If you have a hunch that after such a difficult year luck will finally be on your side, you may be interested in knowing all the statistics of the Spanish Extraordinary Christmas Draw as well as some interesting facts , since this is the most important draw of Loterías y Apuestas del Estado because of its traditional history and popularity.
The Extraordinary Christmas Draw is, without any doubt, the most awaited draw of the year and the most traditional one in Spain. Every 22 of December the children of Colegio San Idelfonso (San Idelfonso school) are in charge of singing the awarded numbers. Since 2010, due to the large number of people who come to watch the draw, this draw stopped being held in the Loterias y Apuestas del Estado hall of draws and it has been moved to other locations in Madrid with more seating capacity, such as the Palacio de Congresos (Congress Center) or the Teatro Real (Royal Theatre).
In this post we are going to give you information about all the awarded numbers, the main statistics of the Christmas Draw to this day, and all the information you need to know so that you can choose your winner number in the most special draw of the year. Let’s go!
The answer is YES, but this circumstance has only ocurred with 2 numbers:
According to what the statistics of the Christmas Draw show us and taking into account that 100,000 numbers are currently participating in the draw, the odds of repetition of the same number is very low, but of course it could happen again.
These are all the numbers awarded with the first prize in the Christmas Draw since 1812 until 2019:
More than 200 years account for the various statistics onthe Christmas Draw. We are going to provide you with some clues to correctly choose your lucky numbers:
As an interesting fact about the Christmas Draw, we must point out that during the Spanish Civil War, in 1938, 2 Extraordinary Christmas Draws were held on 22 of December of that year. The Republican side held its draw in Barcelona, with the number 22,655 being the winning number; the Francoist regime side did the same thing in Burgos, with the winning number being number 36,758.
As for the final number, the number 5 is the luckiest ending number, because it has won 32 times. It is followed by the numbers 4 and 6, which won 27 times in both cases. On the other hand, the least repeated ending numbers are 1, 2 and 9. The summary of the luckiest ending numbers is as follows:
Regarding the two-digit ending numbers, the most repeated endings has been:
As an interesting fact, it should be mentioned that the last 2 figures of the El Gordo have never ended in 09, 10, 21, 25, 31, 34, 41, 42, 43, 51, 54, 59, 67, 78 y 82.
Finally, the most repeated three-digit ending numbers have been the following:
Do you already know what number you are going choose? Pay attention to the statistics of the Christmas Draw and look for your tenth-share Spanish Christmas Lottery ticket on our website and good luck for 22 December!