The jackpot continued to grow following last night’s draw, with no player able to match all six of the main numbers drawn. However, a slight amount of fortune did favour two SuperEnalotto fans, each of whom collected €95,353 after matching five of the main numbers from the draw. There were also prizes for a further 298,045 players who claimed between €6.46 for matching two main numbers and €47,267 for matching four main numbers and the SuperStar. For a complete breakdown of prizes and additional draw information, head to the SuperEnalotto Results page.
If won this weekend, the potential victor would become the winner of the fourth largest jackpot prize in SuperEnalotto history, falling just shy of the €139 million windfall claimed by two ticket holders from Parma and Pistoia on Tuesday 9th February 2010. The total this weekend is also still some way behind the biggest jackpot ever seen by fans of Italy’s most popular lottery game. That honour still resides with one fortunate player who purchased their winning ticket in Milan and won an amazing €177.7 million on Saturday 30th October 2010. However, should this current jackpot continue to roll over, that record could be under real threat very soon.
If you’d like to be in with a chance of claiming this weekend’s life-changing prize and bringing an end to one of the longest jackpot runs in lottery history, SuperEnalotto tickets can be purchased online from anywhere in the world or from any authorised retailer across Italy. Best of luck!