This Sunday, the 11th Grand Prix of the New Year will be awarded to five fantastic prizes worth between 5,000 and 200,000 euros. 100,000 issues went on sale this year, with a total of 50 series
The 11th edition of the Grossa de Cap d'Any will hand out five fantastic prizes on Sunday worth between 5,000 and 200,000 euros. The drawing will take place at 12:55pm to 11:00am, and tickets can still be purchased on the Lotteries de Catalunya website. Meanwhile, they can be purchased from 2,000 available points of sale. The first prize is 200,000 euros per ticket, the second is 65,000 euros, and the third is 30,000 euros. Also, there are two quarters of 10,000 euros and three-fifths of 5,000 euros. The winning numbers for the first, second, third, fourth and fifth prize categories will be obtained through the eight draws. This year, 100 thousand numbers (from 00000 to 99999) went on sale, of which 50 series, five of which are in electronic format with a ticket price of 10 euros.
Aside from the main prizes, the prizes at the ends of the 8 winning numbers (4 numbers, 3 numbers and the last 2 matching numbers) are kept, as well as the numbers before and after each number. All tickets ending with the last number of the first prize will also be refunded.
However, prizes with the same winning number cannot be pooled, i.e. a ticket whose last four numbers correspond to the winning number will win the prize corresponding to the correctness of the four numbers, but not the prize corresponding to the three numbers, two numbers or the last number.
The Grossa de Cap d'Any draw will be shown live on TV3 from the set of Sant Joan Despí and will be presented by Anna Simon, accompanied by Carles Xuriguera and Fel Faixedas.
Loteries de Catalunya has allocated €6.46 million to combat child poverty and social exclusion in Catalonia. Of this amount, 3.46 million euros will be allocated to finance the pilot plan to address child poverty, with the aim of ensuring food and basic material assistance for families with minors. The other three million will be used to provide food and material assistance to vulnerable people.
La grossa with la doble
Before the start of the live draw, TV3 will report the results of the La Dooble digital draw, the six winning numbers and the winning entities. This year, the La Dooble game accompanies the New Year's La Grossa game, as in the same entry there are two numbers, one participating in the La Dooble draw and the other in the La Grossa draw. La Dooble is the Catalan alternative to the traditional Christmas shares, with a better administrative experience and designed specifically for non-profit entities registered in the official register of their corresponding entities.
The entry price is €4, €2 to play in La Grossa de Cap d'Any (you can win €40,000) and €2 in La Dooble (with prizes of up to €1,000,000 distributed to all entries sold with the winning number). Clubs and organizations can request a donation of €1, €2, €3 or €4.
In addition, La Grossa, together with La Dooble, will also distribute promotional prizes among clubs and non-profit organizations. Thus, the club or entity that distributed the shares awarded with the first prize will win 30,000 euros, and the two entities or clubs that distributed the shares awarded with the second prizes will receive 20,000 euros each, and the three entities or clubs that distributed the shares awarded with the second prizes after their distribution will receive Entries receiving third prizes receive €10,000 each. More than 630 clubs and non-profit organizations from across the country participated in the competition.
Last year the Grossa de Cap d'Any distributed fifth prizes in Cabrera de Mar, Sant Cugat, Barcelona, Geleda and Berga. The fourth prizes went mostly to Tortosa, Cardona, Sant Puy de Llobregat, Argentona and Molins de Re. The third prize went to Cardido and the second to Saint-Just Desverne. The first prize was distributed in Barcelona and most of it was sold in a supermarket in the Gracia district.
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