Comprobar Bonoloto: resultados de hoy, miércoles 19 de agosto de 2020

La combinación ganadora de la Bonoloto de este miércoles 19 de agosto de 2020 es 01-12-37-39-40-44. El número complementario es el 18 y el reintegro un 2. Puedes consultar todos los resultados en la web de

El sorteo de la Bonoloto se celebra de lunes a sábados y está regulado por Loterías y Apuestas del Estado. Las apuestas tienen un precio de 0,50 euros, lo que le convierte en el sorteo más económico de los organizados por LAE.

Para jugar es necesario realizar como mínimo dos apuestas. En la modalidad simple, el jugador podrá escoger entre 1 y 8 apuestas por boleto, de las que deberá escoger 6 números en cada apuesta. En la modalidad múltiple se puede llegar hasta los 11 números por apuesta.

En la sección de Loterías de se pueden comprobar los números premiados en loterías de toda la semana.

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