5 de Oro: live results for Sunday June 25

5 de Oro: live results for Sunday, July 9

This Sunday, July 9, a new raffle was held for the 5 goldwith $68 million rollover jackpots.

In it gold pot they played 17 million pesosbut it turned out vacant. Besides, two people they distributed the $884 thousand who raffled the silver pit.

Meanwhile, in the pit revenge the prize was $51.5 million, and it also remained vacant.

The draw can be seen below:

Gold Pot Results:

  • 42
  • 09
  • 25
  • 05
  • 46
  • Extra ball: 22

Rematch Well Results:

What are the prizes for the next raffle?

The next draw will take place on Wednesday, July 12 at 10:00 p.m. The Bank estimates prizes of $85.2 million: Of that money, 26 million pesos correspond to the Gold well, and $59.2 million to the Revancha well.

How to play 5 de Oro?

According to the National Directorate of Lotteries and Quinielas, you can participate in the 5 de Oro online, by cell phone or by landline.

Those who have an Antel free contract can play by phone, by calling 0905 0012 and placing the bet.

By cell phone you can send a message to 5577 with the five numbers, although, in this case, “the number with which the bet is made must be registered in a user of the online platform of La Banca,” he clarifies.

How much does it cost to play the 5 de Oro draw?

You can also bet online through the official platform. Under this modality it is necessary to have a credit card linked to the service with the $60 necessary to bet.

The “La Banca Mobile” application for cell phones is another way to participate in the game.

In addition, another application that gives you the chance to play 5 de Oro is TuApp, both from the app itself and from its message service. In the second case, you must send a message to 248 saying “5DEORO” followed by the five numbers with a space between each one (for example 08 26 45 32 01).

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