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Mega-Sena draws this Wednesday the accumulated prize of R$ 60 million

Mega-Sena draws this Wednesday an estimated prize of R$ 27 million

The Mega-Sena draw this Thursday (8) an accumulated prize and estimated at R$ 60 million. This week the draw takes place today because of the Independence Day of Brazil.Mega-Sena draws this Wednesday the accumulated prize of R$ 60 million

The six dozen of the 2,517 contest will be drawn, starting at 8 pm (Brasília time), at Espaço da Sorte, located at Avenida Paulista, nº 750, in the city of São Paulo.

Bets can be placed until 19:00 (Brasília time), at Caixa-accredited lottery outlets throughout the country, or on the internet.

The single bet, with six tens marked, costs R$ 4.50.

Independence Lotofácil

Players have until 7pm on Saturday (10) to play their games at the Lotofácil da Independência, which draws an estimated prize of R$180 million.

Bets must be placed on specific tickets at Caixa-accredited lottery outlets throughout the country or on the internet.

If only one player wins the prize and invests the entire amount in savings, he will receive more than R$ 1.3 million in income in the first month.

As in other Caixa Loterias special contests, the main prize does not accumulate. If there are no winning bets with 15 numbers, the prize will be prorated among the 14 number matchers and so on.

The single bet costs BRL 2.50 and the player can choose from 15 to 20 numbers among the 25 available on the wheel.

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