The latest SuperEnalotto numbers were 11, 28, 32, 48, 54 and 59, with Jolly 73 and SuperStar 19 also featuring. With no player able to match the required number of digits, the jackpot rolled over for a 44th time. Although this might seem like a prolonged wait, it is nothing compared to the amount of time a player from Vibo Valentia in Calabria had to wait to win a prize of €163.5 million, after the jackpot rolled over for 15 months between July 2015 and October 2016.
Despite Thursday’s jackpot going unclaimed, one player did go agonisingly close to securing glory, matching five of the six main numbers to win €162,039. There was also joy for another single ticket holder who scooped a €34,230 windfall after correctly predicting four main numbers and the SuperStar.
A further 344,824 players managed to secure prizes in the draw, with prizes ranging from €5 for matching the SuperStar to €2,632 for matching three main numbers and the SuperStar. The delight didn’t end there though, as 11,870 participants benefited from a €25 Instant Win at the point of purchase. For a complete prize breakdown and additional draw information, visit the SuperEnalotto Results page.
There is no doubting that a win on Saturday would drastically alter the life of any winner, so if you fancy your chances of becoming the second SuperEnalotto success story on 2017, you can pick your numbers online or play through any authorised retailer across the nation.