The winning SuperEnalotto numbers were 38, 42, 45, 59, 66 and 87, with 5 appearing as the Jolly number and 26 appearing as the SuperStar number. The draw resulted in five ticket holders securing €31,374 each by matching five main numbers to become the largest prize winners on the night. In addition, there were prizes for over 245,000 other players, each of whom successfully claimed prizes ranging between €5 by matching just the SuperStar and €346 for matching four main numbers. For a full breakdown of prizes and results information, visit the SuperEnalotto Results page.
The jackpot once again proved elusive and has now become the largest top prize in Europe following the most recent EuroJackpot win, which saw a German player scoop €76.7 million on Friday 1st April. On the world stage, SuperEnalotto now sits only behind U.S. lottery giant Powerball in offering the world’s largest current jackpot, an achievement that will no doubt excite players both in Italy and around the world.
A win this Saturday would see a potential victor scoop the ninth largest prize in SuperEnalotto history. Although the jackpot currently stands at such a resplendent total, it is still some way off the record top prize of €177.7 million that was claimed by a syndicate of 70 players from the coastal town of Sperlonga in October 2010.
To be in with a chance of winning this truly incredible jackpot, SuperEnalotto tickets can be purchased online or from any authorised retailer from across Italy. Best of luck!