How to Play SuperEnalotto
Follow these steps to play SuperEnalotto:
Decide whether to play the SuperStar option, giving you more chances to win bigger prizes, for an extra €0.50. The SuperStar is drawn from a separate ball machine ranging from 1 to 90, which means you can select the same number as both a main number and the SuperStar.
Alternatively, choose a SuperEnalotto System that can improve your chances of winning.
Select the number of draws you want to enter. Leave it blank to play a single draw, or choose to play 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 9 (three weeks), 12 (four weeks) or 15 (five weeks) consecutive draws.
Pay for your entry. If you play at a retailer, keep your SuperEnalotto ticket safe, because without it, you will be unable to claim a prize. If you play online, your ticket is securely stored in your account.
After purchasing your ticket, you also have a 1 in 500 chance of instantly winning a €25 prize. View the Instant Win page for more information.
To play SuperEnalotto you must be at least 18 years old. Players who are below the minimum age will not be permitted to play or claim any prizes won.
Draws take place in Rome at 20:00 CET on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays. Ticket sales for each draw close 30 minutes earlier at 19:30 CET. Occasionally, draw days are changed to avoid being drawn on public holidays. View the Rescheduled Draws page for upcoming draws that have been rescheduled.
You win the jackpot by correctly matching all six numbers drawn. SuperEnalotto jackpots are guaranteed at a minimum of €2 million, there is no cap set which means the jackpot can continue to roll until someone matches all of the winning numbers drawn. View the Prizes page for the full list of prizes that can be won in SuperEnalotto.
You have the choice between playing SuperEnalotto online or buying tickets from a retailer, however there are some key advantages to playing online: