Translation of jackpot in Spanish:


bote, n.

Pronunciation /ˈdʒækˌpɑt/ /ˈdʒakpɒt/


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    (in bingo, lottery, poker)
    bote masculine
    pozo masculine
    • Colorful and inviting, this fantastic site offers a selection of fifty of the most popular casino games including ten progressive jackpots with a current value in excess of $530,000.
    • There are wonderful cash prizes and two jackpots on offer.
    • There are generous jackpots, wonderful cash prizes and a wonderful atmosphere for all lovers of the numbers game to enjoy.
    • There are wonderful cash prizes and jackpots on offer and a friendly atmosphere pertains.
    • LAS VEGAS - With slot floors looking more and more alike, casinos jockeying for the latest hot games are using another tool to woo gamblers: custom-designed jackpots.
    • Take Powerball in the U.S. This game is a multi-state lottery and the jackpots have crept over the $300 million a few times (they have to pay tax so the take home is only half of that).
    • Bingo continues next week at 8.30 pm with €1,380 in jackpots, cash on Raffle, €3,070 on offer.
    • She rejects the argument that National Lottery jackpots are too large and should be capped at, say, #1m because of the way sales increase in rollover weeks.
    • So it caught our attention this week when the wife of a winner of one of the biggest single lottery jackpots ever awarded said she wished she had torn up that ticket.
    • There have been 11 unclaimed jackpots in the National Lottery's history.
    • There are wonderful cash prizes and also two jackpots on offer.
    • The odds of winning the jackpot on the national lottery are one in nearly 14m.
    • Rumours are sweeping Cricklade that a lucky resident has scooped the lottery jackpot.
    • Fixed odds machines are high pay-out gaming machines offering jackpots of anything up to £500, and exchanges are when groups of people choose not to use a bookmaker and bet among themselves instead.
    • Three jackpot-shows are programmed for low-level, medium-level and high-level jackpots.
    • Bingo halls will be able to offer much bigger jackpots and rollover prizes.
    • Besides the jackpot there are five prizes of 40 each week and also prizes for promoters.
    • Because of the jackpot and the big prize money on offer, the Golden League attracts the best athletes in the world.
    • As sales have soared, NS&I has been able to increase the value of the prize fund to provide a second jackpot.
    • Plans for Las Vegas-style casinos and fruit machines with £1m jackpots were approved in the Commons, despite a revolt against the government scheme by Labour MPs.