SuperEnalotto Jackpot Goes Over €100 Million

SuperEnalotto Jackpot Goes Over €100 Million

The SuperEnalotto jackpot has swept past another milestone after nobody matched all six main numbers on Thursday night. The top prize has now gone beyond €100 million, setting it up as one of the largest in the game’s history.

Current Jackpot

While there have been thousands of prizes given away in every SuperEnalotto draw for the past six months, including a number of very big wins, the jackpot has been building steadily since a player from Caorle, in the province of Venice, won €77.7 million on 1st August 2017.

The jackpot reset to €17.2 million for the following draw and has continued to grow ever since. Visit the SuperEnalotto Results page to find out more information about the latest winning numbers.

Biggest Jackpots

The SuperEnalotto jackpot has only crossed into nine figures on five previous occasions, and is now at the same sort of level as the €100.7 million prize won by a ticket holder from Catania in Sicily on 23rd October 2008.

The record still belongs to a syndicate of 70 players from across Italy, who bought a ticket worth a stunning €177.7 million for the draw on 30th October 2010. The jackpot approached this high mark around 18 months ago, before a player from Vibo Valentia in Calabria won €163.5 million on 27th October 2016.

You can go to the Biggest Jackpot Winners section to see a list of the top 10, or check out the Winners page to find out which regions have been the most successful.

Win the SuperEnalotto Jackpot

For your chance to win the massive SuperEnalotto jackpot, choose numbers online or go to any authorised retailer ahead of Saturday’s draw. Good luck!

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Last Updated: Friday 16 February, 2018 at 08:22
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