The SuperEnalotto jackpot has eclipsed the previous mark for the second-largest prize ever to have been won on the game following another couple of rollovers this week, and there is now just one target left to hit before the all-time record is broken. The next chance to win the jackpot will be on Saturday night, when €149.4 million will be given away if anyone can match all six main numbers drawn.
The biggest prize to have been won in the 19-year history of SuperEnalotto is €177.7 million, when a syndicate of 70 players struck lucky with a ticket purchased in Milan. Next on the list had been the €147.8 million won by a single participant from Bagnone in Tuscany, but the current jackpot’s steady rise has now pushed it down a spot. Visit the SuperEnalotto Winners page to find more information about the largest prizes ever seen on the game.
While it may have been well over a year since the jackpot was last won, on 16th July 2015, thousands of players have continued to win great prizes in every draw. Check out the SuperEnalotto Results page to view the latest winning numbers, after seven players matched five main numbers in the draw on Thursday 29th September to win €30,154 each.
The SuperEnalotto jackpot remains the largest lottery prize available anywhere in the world, and if you want a chance to win it all, you will have to pick up a ticket. You can play online now or head to an authorised retailer in Italy, before checking back on SuperEnalotto.net after Saturday’s draw to see if you have become a big winner. Best of luck!