How ‘Natale 100x100’ Will Work
The raffle is officially named ‘Natale 100x100’, and if you want to take part you just have to enter the SuperEnalotto draw on 22nd December and add the SuperStar option. For every line you play, you will receive a unique alphanumeric code on your ticket.
There are various ways to enter, apart from just buying a single €1.50 SuperEnalotto ticket with SuperStar. Gift cards worth €3 (two lines for the main game and two raffle entries) and €6 (four entries into both SuperEnalotto and the raffle) are available to buy from retailers, while there are several dedicated system entries on offer.
Only the codes that have been sold will be entered into the draw to guarantee that all the prizes will be won, and 100 winning codes will then be selected at random on the night of the raffle. If the code on your ticket matches one of the winning codes exactly, you will win €100,000.
If you win a prize, you will need to claim your money by visiting either the office in Rome or the one in Milan within 90 days of the draw. Go to the How to Claim page for more information.
The SuperEnalotto Raffle takes place a few times a year to mark special events on the calendar. Over the past couple of years they have been scheduled to celebrate Easter and Christmas, while the most recent one was held for Republic Day in June and gave away ten prizes of €1 million. Visit the SuperEnalotto Raffle page to learn more about previous draws.
You can win prizes in both the raffle and the main game on the same night, and the SuperEnalotto jackpot is growing nicely ahead of 22nd December. The latest rollover on Saturday pushed the top prize up to €69.1 million, and it has not been won since a syndicate pocketed €51.3 million on Saturday 23rd June. The syndicate’s 45 winners were spread throughout Italy and they spent €7 each on a joint system entry.
There have still been lots of big SuperEnalotto prizes given away over the past few months despite the lack of a jackpot winner, while one Sicilian also grabbed a share of Eurojackpot’s top prize on Friday 16th November. The player, who purchased their ticket at the Muscato tobaccos of Corso Garibaldi 155 in Valledolmo, in the province of Palermo, was one of five participants from across Europe to snap up €18 million after matching the full winning line. The jackpot had been at its €90 million cap for three weeks before it was won.
Eurojackpot is played every Friday night, while SuperEnalotto will return on Tuesday night. You can go to any authorised retailer to get involved, or choose your numbers online.