The First €1 Million
The numbers drawn on Friday were 40, 41, 44, 46 and 48, making it a statistically unusual combination as they were all bunched so closely together. One participated correctly predicted all five numbers to win the after-tax prize of €1 million, with the lucky ticket bought in Caltagirone in Sicily, at the store managed by Oriana Failla on Viale Mario Milazzo 108.
MillionDay costs just €1 per play and offers overall odds of winning of 1 in 17. Players must pick five numbers from 1 to 55 and fixed prizes are available for matching just two numbers, right up to the jackpot for matching all five. Draws take place at 7pm every day, and the game is already starting to create lots of big winners.
If €1 million is not quite enough for you, you could try your luck in the next SuperEnalotto draw. The jackpot passed the €100 million mark last week and now ranks as the fifth-largest in history, eclipsing the €100.7 million which was won in Catania on 23rd October 2008.
Check out the SuperEnalotto Results to see all the latest winning numbers, and make sure to choose numbers online or visit an authorised retailer for your chance to land a prize in the next draw. Good luck!