The SuperEnalotto jackpot has grown to an incredible €121.7 million after last night’s draw ended in yet another rollover. This is the largest lottery prize on offer anywhere in the world, and fans of the game will be wondering who will be next to claim this massive fortune.
Tuesday’s draw may not have produced a jackpot winner, but that didn’t stop 389,177 players from winning prizes ranging from €5 for matching the SuperStar to €69,730 for matching five main numbers. The winning line was 12, 27, 34, 76, 77 and 85 with Jolly 78 and SuperStar 52. For a complete prize breakdown and additional draw information, head to the SuperEnalotto Results page.
It has been almost 400 days since one lucky ticket holder from Acireale in Sicily claimed a jackpot of €21.8 million, and the top prize has been rolling over ever since, though some fantastic Match 5 +Jolly and Match 5 + SuperStar prizes have been claimed in that time. The jackpot continues to climb and at the moment eclipses EuroMillions (€39 million), Eurojackpot (€15 million), Mega Millions ($45 million) and Powerball ($67 million).
Should this Thursday’s draw prove lucky, the winning player would take their place in the top five biggest wins in SuperEnalotto history, nestled nicely in fourth place ahead of a €100.7 million jackpot won by a ticket holder from Catania in 2008 and just a few million Euro short of a €139 million fortune scooped by two players from Parma and Pistoia more recently in 2010.
This latest jackpot would prove life-changing for any potential winner and earn the player a place in SuperEnalotto history as the winner of the game’s longest-rolling jackpot. To be in with a chance of claiming this incredible prize, simply purchase your tickets online or from any authorised retailer throughout Italy. Best of luck!