SuperEnalotto Jackpot Reaches €17.8 Million
The SuperEnalotto jackpot has reached €17.8 million after no ticket holder in last night’s draw managed to match the numbers drawn to scoop the top tier prize. While the jackpot has rolled over into the draw on Saturday, over 60,000 players still managed to pick up a cash prize of some kind in last night’s draw. In common with the top tier prize, there were no ticket holders able to match five main numbers plus the Jolly to take home the second-tier prize. However, three players did match five main numbers and were rewarded with €67,394 each. A further six ticket holders picked up €26,054 each for matching four main numbers plus the Superstar while 124 players matched three main numbers plus the Superstar to win €1,411 each. The remaining winners received between €5 for matching just the Superstar and €260.54 for matching four main numbers.
More information on last night’s draw, including a full prize breakdown and the winning numbers, can be found on the SuperEnalotto Results page.
There are just five days left until the seventh Si Vince Tutto draw of the year, which will take place on Wednesday 30th July. If no one hits the jackpot on the night in this special draw, the prize top prize funds will roll down and be distributed among the winners in the second, third, fourth and fifth prize tiers. There hasn’t been a Si Vince Tutto jackpot winner so far this year and so players will be hoping that they can beat the odds and win the Match 6 jackpot prize.
If you want to be in with a chance to win the jackpot in tomorrow night’s SuperEnalotto draw then make sure that you buy your tickets online via the Buy Tickets page or in person from an authorised retailer.
Written by: Lewis Rutledge
Published: Friday 25 July, 2014 at 15:05
Last Updated: Monday 12 March, 2018 at 12:21
Published by SuperEnalotto.net