# National Lottery: Check today’s draw results, Saturday 3 February

This Saturday, February 3 Celebrated National lottery draw, That will take place at 13:00 in the state lottery and betting hall, as usual, using a multi-reel system.

The issue consists of ten series of 100,000 banknotes each at a price of 60 euros per ticket, divided into tenths of 6 euros. A total of 70% of the issue will be distributed in the form of prizes: 42 million euros.

### Prize distribution

The distribution of prizes in this drawing will be as follows:

-A First prize of 600,000 euros. per episode.

-A Second prize of 120,000 euros. per episode.

4,134,100 prizes.

### Jackpots

First prize of 600,000 euros per episode (60,000 euros per tenth).

Second prize 120,000 euros per episode (1200 euros per ten).

### Other awards

Four 4-digit extracts (1500 euros per episode, 150 for the tenth).

Ten three-digit extractions (300 euros per episode, 30 for the tenth).

Nine double-digit recoveries (120 euros per episode, 12 for the tenth).

### Approaches

Two approaches of 10,000 euros each (1000 euros per tenth) for numbers before and after the one for which the first prize will be won.

Two approaches for 5540 euros each. (554 euros per tenth) for the numbers before and after the one that wins the second prize.

### one hundred

99 prizes of 300 euros each (30 euros for the tenth), for the remaining 99 numbers of the first prize hundred.

99 prizes of 300 euros each (30 euros for the tenth), for the remaining 99 numbers of the second prize hundred.

### Termination

99 prizes of 300 euros each (30 euros per tenth) for tickets whose last three digits match and are placed in equal order with the tickets of the first prize winner.

999 prizes of 120 euros each (12 euros per tenth) for tickets whose last two digits are the same and in the same order as the person who won the first prize.

### Returns

9999 returns at 60 euros each (6 euros per tenth) for tickets whose last digit is the same as the first prize winner.

10,000 returns at 60 euros each (6 euros per tenth) for banknotes whose last digit is equal to the digit obtained by the first special extraction of the digit.

10,000 returns at 60 euros each (6 euros per tenth) for banknotes whose last digit is equal to the one obtained during the second special extraction of the digit.