Even though people think that Mega Sena is older, it’s actually Quina that exists for longer in Brazil. The very first round was played almost 30 years ago, in 1994. Since then, the game’s become known for frequent draws, Quina prizes, challenging Quina rules, and profits that are used for noble causes such as elementary education in Brazil.
Join us as we lead you through everything that you have to know about this lotto game. From Quina rules to Quina jackpot. Don’t forget to buy Quina tickets online for the upcoming draw!
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If you want to win the Quina jackpot then you have to know the rules of the lottery. Luckily, they are easy to understand, and even someone who never played lotto before can adapt quickly.
Quina rules require players to pick 5 numbers in a range from 1 to 80. Once you pick those numbers and tickets are bought, all you have to do is wait for the results. Quina prizes are divided into 4 different tiers and the amount of money that you can win depends on how many numbers you matched.
At Lottomat, you can play a maximum of 20 lines per ticket so feel free to do so if you want to increase your odds of winning Quina.
When it comes to Quina rules for prize claiming, they are the same as for any other lottery organized by Caixa. You have 90 days to claim your prize. Days are counted from the date on which the round in which you won was drawn.
If you purchased your Quina ticket at Lottomat, any winnings up to $2,500 are automatically processed and paid out to your account. In case of bigger winnings or maybe even a Quina jackpot, our representatives will contact you to discuss details and arrange everything for you.
The four tiers of Quina prizes that we mentioned above are jackpot, quadra, terno, and duque. The literal translation of the prize tiers after the Quina jackpot would be “four, “three”, and “two”. This represents the amount of numbers a player has to match in order to win the respective prize.
The amount of cash that you can win in each of these tiers varies but generally speaking, Quina prizes are divided like this:
The list of the largest Quina prizes ever won is mostly composed of the Quina de São João prizes because the Quina jackpot in regular draws is limited.
On top is a prize won in 2021, when the whooping amount of R$190,000,000 has been won by eight players. Each of these lucky participants won their share which stood at R$25,601,717. This is approximately 4.6 million euros!
The second place is held by an amount of R$152,585,916. This time around, five players were lucky enough to win their share of this massive Quina jackpot.
Finally, the third largest Quina prize ever won was R$143,106.231 which was divided between 8 players back in 2016.
Now let’s talk about this draw that is worth so much money. According to Quina rules, this is a special type of drawing that is held only once per year. Additionally, the Quina prizes are divided a bit differently in comparison to the regular draws.
São João draw takes place on June 24th, and it marks the big Christian holiday in Brazil. If this date falls on Sunday, the draw can be moved to a different day since Quina draws are not held on the last day of the week.
The reason why this jackpot gets so big is that the funds for it are accumulated throughout the whole year. Because it is just one draw, the main prizes have to be won on the night of the draw. If that doesn’t happen, according to the Quina rules the jackpot gets divided by the lucky winners from the second prize tier.
Now that you know everything about the rules and prizes in the Quina lottery, it’s time to discuss the odds of winning Quina. Even though this game gets more and more popular (not just in Brazil, but all over the world), the odds of winning Quina prizes are very nice. We would even say that they are among the best ones on the market right now.
These are the odds of winning Quina prizes in a situation where you play just a single combination with five numbers.
Since Quina rules state that the jackpot can’t be bigger than $R700,000, you must agree that these are pretty decent odds. Of course, if you play more combinations your chances are getting bigger. For example, if you play 10 numbers (two combinations), your odds of winning the Quina jackpot increase to 1 in 95,396. Overall, if you stick to one combination per round, the odds of winning the Quina prize are 1 in 34.18. Winning one prize in 35 tickets isn’t that bad in comparison to some other lotteries.
If you are still not convinced then allow us to mention Bolão.
Bolão is basically what we call a “syndicate” in Europe. You gather your family, friends, and colleagues from work, and you all chip in to purchase as many combinations and tickets as you possibly can. We don’t have to point out that this increases your chances of winning the lottery tremendously. So just imagine a scenario in which you gathered 20 people and you win a jackpot that is worth approximately 100,000 euros. Each of you gets five thousand for an investment of just a couple of euros. You can’t tell us that it isn’t worth your time.
How to check the results? Click and check the latest Quina results and winning numbers on our website.
|Prize||Chance to win|
|Prize #1I||Match |
|Prize : 35.00% shared
|Chance to win : 1 in 24,040,016|
|Prize #2II||Match |
|Prize : 19.00% shared||Chance to win : 1 in 64,106.71|
|Prize #3III||Match |
|Prize : 20.00% shared||Chance to win : 1 in 866.31|
|Prize #4IV||Match |
|Prize : 11.00% shared||Chance to win : 1 in 35.6|
|Overall chances of winning any prize :||1 in 34.18|