These are the winning numbers from the Medellín Lottery draw for Friday, September 22

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The Medellín Lottery carries out one draw a week, every Friday (Infobae/Jovani Pérez)

Did you play the Medellín Lottery and want to know if you were a winner? Here we leave you the results of draw 4697 held this Friday, September 22.

Protect your ticket well because, if you are a winner, you will need it to collect it. Keep it in a safe place so that nothing happens to it and also check that it is not damaged.

If the prize amount is less than 20 million pesos, you can claim it at any other lottery agent from Colombia. If it is older, you have to go to the Medellín Lottery offices with the winning ticket and identification.

Don't forget that there is only one year to claim the prize.

winning combination

Date: Friday, September 22, 2023.

Draw: 4697.

May Prize: 1666.

The Medellín Lottery holds one draw a week, every Fridaywhere you have the opportunity to win several billion pesos.

The Baloto lottery is played every Wednesday and Saturday (Colprensa)
The Baloto lottery is played every Wednesday and Saturday (Colprensa)

To play the Medellín Lottery, you must first buy a ticket that costs 18,000 pesos and is made up of nine fractions each worth 2,000 pesos.

The ticket can be purchased physically at Baloto, Puntos Gana, Gelsa in Bogotá and Codesa in Cali, as well as at LottiRed machines or with a trusted lottery operator. You also have the option of purchasing it online through the LottiRed website.

The mechanics of the Medellín Lottery consist of winning the Grand Prize by choosing a four-digit number and its respective series.. However, the game also offers five more prizes and approaches.

The Grand Prize is 9 billion pesos, followed by a Seco of 300 million pesos, another of 100 million pesos, two of 50 million pesos, five of 20 million pesos and 25 of 10 million pesos.

On August 11, 1922, the Charity and Public Assistance Lottery was played for the first time in Antioquia, created with the objective of raising resources for the maintenance of roads and improving land communications. Currently, the profits from the Medellín Lottery are destined for the health sector.


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