Saturday’s SuperEnalotto Draw Rolled Over for a 12th Time

Saturday’s SuperEnalotto Draw Rolled Over for a 12th Time

The SuperEnalatto jackpot rolled over once again this weekend after players failed to secure a top tier win in Saturday’s draw. The jackpot, which has not been won since 18th February, now stands at an estimated €13.5 million making it the highest jackpot seen since January of this year.

The SuperEnalotto numbers in Saturday’s draw were 14, 29, 34, 62, 65 and 89 with the Jolly number 63 and the Superstar 31. There were 26,381 players who managed to match just the Superstar but still won a €5 prize as a result.

n total, there were more than 75,000 winners on the night but none of these fell in the top three tiers of Match 6, Match 5 plus Jolly or Match 5 plus Superstar. The biggest win of the night was in the Match 4 plus Superstar tier where eight players each won a prize worth €41,938.

The next highest win was worth €35,412 and was awarded to eight players who matched five main numbers. Following that, 117 players won €2,141 each for matching three main numbers plus the Superstar and 688 players won €419 each for matching four main numbers.

A full breakdown of all eleven prize tiers is available on the SuperEnalotto Results page.

The next SuperEnalotto draw takes place on Thursday and ticket sales are expected to rise as a result of the increased jackpot. If you’d like to participate in the game, make sure you have your tickets ready in plenty of time to avoid the last minute rush.

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Last Updated: Monday 12 March, 2018 at 12:31
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