SuperEnalotto Offers Third-Largest Jackpot in History of the Game

SuperEnalotto Offers Third-Largest Jackpot in History of the Game

The SuperEnalotto jackpot is growing closer to record territory after two more rollovers this week, with the top prize now standing at a gargantuan €141.5 million ahead of the next draw on Saturday evening. The next time the jackpot is won, it will be one of the three largest prizes to have ever been given away on the game.

The record SuperEnalotto jackpot is €177.7 million, belonging to a syndicate of 70 players who purchased their winning ticket in Milan back in October 2010. The next-largest prize ever won, €147.8 million in 2009, is now under real threat, after the third-largest jackpot in history of €139 million was overtaken this week. Visit the SuperEnalotto Winners page to find out more information on the huge windfalls won by players since SuperEnalotto launched in December 1997.

While it has been a long wait since the last jackpot winner, stretching back to 16th July 2015, hundreds of thousands of players are still snapping up prizes in every draw. The winning numbers in the latest game on Thursday 15th September, were 14, 18, 30, 48, 53 and 86 with 71 as the Jolly and 31 as the SuperStar.

Six players matched five main numbers to win €35,883 each, narrowly beating the €35,531 awarded to the two ticket holders who matched four main numbers and the SuperStar. The remaining prizes ranged from €5 for matching just the SuperStar up to €2,772 for matching three main numbers and the SuperStar. Visit the SuperEnalotto Results page for more information, including a full prize breakdown.

Anticipation is now growing ahead of the next draw, when the jackpot will either be won or it will push towards becoming the second-largest prize in the history of the game. You can play SuperEnalotto online now or visit an authorised retailer in Italy to buy tickets, and you could just make a name for yourself as one of the biggest SuperEnalotto winners ever. Best of luck!

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Last Updated: Thursday 8 March, 2018 at 09:12
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