The winning SuperEnalotto numbers were 7, 30, 34, 61, 84 and 88, with Jolly 25 and SuperStar 27. In addition to the largest prize winner on the night, there were also two players who correctly matched four main numbers and the SuperStar to win €36,942 each, while eight ticket holders won €27,575 for matching five main numbers.
There were a further 442,760 lucky winners, each of whom won prizes ranging from €5 for matching the SuperStar to €2,884 for matching three main numbers as well as the SuperStar. There were also 15,698 players who each won €25 as soon as they bought their ticket. For a full breakdown of prizes and extra draw information, head to the SuperEnalotto Results page.
The jackpot proved elusive yet again as it rolled over to an incredible €136.2 million. The reward, which is currently the largest lottery prize in Europe, has been increasing for well over a year now, despite the best efforts of SuperEnalotto fans. The size of the top prize may be growing ever higher by the week, but it is still some way off the largest ever jackpot in the lottery’s history. That honour remains with a total of €177.7 million that was won in October 2010 by a syndicate of 70 players, however, should this run of rollovers continue, the record may come under threat very soon.
To be in with a chance of winning this Thursday’s sensational jackpot, SuperEnalotto tickets can be purchased online from around the world or from any authorised retailer across the country. Good luck!