SuperEnalotto is the most popular national lottery game in Italy, and is played by millions of players each and every week. Launched in December 1997 by a private company (Sisal SpA), SuperEnalotto replaced the earlier Enalotto game that had been played since the 1950’s. In October 2010 the SuperEnalotto jackpot topped the €177 million mark and produces jackpots of record breaking proportions quite often. Unlike many other lotteries around the globe there is no cap on the amount of times that a SuperEnalotto jackpot can rollover; the main reason that such large jackpots are achieved for this lottery.
All draws are held at 8pm in Italy, but participation in this lottery game is now open to players all over the world, thanks to the ability to buy SuperEnalotto tickets online.
You can take part in SuperEnalotto by purchasing your tickets online from anywhere in the world. To take part in this hugely popular lottery, click the "play now" button or visit the buy official tickets page.
Buy SuperEnalotto Tickets
There are several ways to play SuperEnalotto, but the simplest way is to select 6 numbers from the range 1 to 90 for each entry that you want to make. To participate in the SuperEnalotto game you will need to enter two lines of numbers as a minimum, but the low cost of tickets reflects that fact.Play Now
When the draw takes place at 8pm on Tuesday, Thursday or Saturday, six main numbers and one ‘Jolly’ number will be selected at random by the SuperEnalotto machine. The Jolly number is very similar to the Bonus Ball that is drawn in the UK Lotto game and also to the Lucky Star numbers that are drawn in the EuroMillions game, and the purpose of the Jolly number is to help players win a bigger consolation prize if the jackpot eludes them.
If no player wins the jackpot then it is rolled over to the jackpot fund for the next SuperEnalotto draw. With 90 balls in play, rollovers – and the high jackpots they help to create – occur regularly.
Changes to SuperEnalotto Coming in Early 2016
Winning a prize on SuperEnalotto could become much easier due to the announcement of a new prize tier alongside other changes to the operation of the game. Pier Carlo Padoan, the Minister of Economy and Finances, signed a decree this week giving lottery officials the ability to move forward with a number of proposed alterations, which would be the first such revisions made since the game made its debut 18 years ago.
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25th September 2015