No one matched the six draws drawn from Mega-Sena, and the prize accumulated, rising to R$40 million. The draw for competition 2,635 was held on Thursday night, the 21st.
The dozens drawn were: 37 – 29 – 06 – 58 – 56 – 11
According to Caixa Econômica Federal, 58 bets had five hits and will receive R$45,524.71 each. Another 3,627 bets matched four dozen and will win R$1,039.99 each.
Also according to Caixa, the next Mega-Sena contest will be on Saturday, 23rd, starting at 8pm. Bets can be placed until 7pm on Saturday.
How to bet on the Mega-Sena?
Since August, Mega-Sena has started to hold three weekly draws. The sport is always drawn on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays.
According to information from Caixa, the extra draw increases the speed at which the prize increases, generating greater attractiveness for bettors who prefer large prizes. The odds and other rules of the sport remain unchanged.
In a single bet, the probability of hitting the main prize is 1 in 50,063,860.
On the other hand, when opting for a bet with a maximum of 15 tens, whose value is R$22,522.50, the probability of hitting the prize is 1 in 10,003.
Therefore, a simple Mega-Sena bet costs R$5 and can be made at lottery outlets, online or on the Loterias Caixa smartphone app.
The player can choose between six and 20 numbers they want to bet on.
For those who prefer to bet in groups and in greater volume, Caixa’s official pool is also an option that increases the chances of winning.
On the betting wheel, there is a specific field for this type of betting, with a minimum price of R$15.00 on Mega-Sena and each minimum price of R$6.00.
The pool can have from two to 100 odds, with a maximum of 10 bets per pool, with the same number of numbers.