SuperEnalotto is the most popular national lottery game in Italy, and is played by millions of people every week. Launched in December 1997, SuperEnalotto replaced the earlier Enalotto game that had been played since the 1950s. In October 2010 the SuperEnalotto jackpot topped €177 million, and the game still produces jackpots of record-breaking proportions as there is no cap on the amount of times that a SuperEnalotto jackpot can roll over.
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SuperEnalotto players pick six numbers from 90 on a standard line, with prizes awarded for matching anything from two main numbers upwards. For a small additional fee, you can add the SuperStar option to the game, which boosts the value of regular prizes you might win and can even create new winning tiers when matched. To take part in this hugely popular lottery, select the 'Play now' button below.Play Now
SuperEnalotto draws are held at 8pm on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays. When a SuperEnalotto game would fall on a public holiday in Italy, it is rescheduled to the nearest possible day. In the draw, six main numbers and one Jolly number are selected at random by the SuperEnalotto machine. The Jolly number is very similar to the Bonus Ball that is drawn in UK Lotto, offering an enhanced prize when matched with five main balls. If no player wins the jackpot, then the top prize rolls over and increases in value for the next game.
Italian Tax Lottery “Delayed Until 2019”
Italy’s tax lottery will not begin trials this year as previously planned, according to a report in Corriere della Sera. The scheme was announced last year and would see anyone who asked for a receipt when paying for goods or services entered into a draw to win prizes, but it has now been put back until 2019 due to delays in preparing the necessary technology.
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12th July 2017