The numbers drawn on Saturday night were 18, 25, 37, 47, 62 and 87, with Jolly 74 and SuperStar 51. In addition to the largest prize winners on the night, 15 lucky ticket holders successfully matched four main numbers and the Superstar to win €34,595 each. There were a further 509,976 winners of prizes ranging from €5 for matching the SuperStar to €2,749 for matching three main numbers and the SuperStar. The landslide of winners didn’t end there, as 18,403 players were able to claim an Instant Win prize of €25 upon purchasing their tickets. For a full prize breakdown and extra draw information, head to the SuperEnalotto Results page.
As the current jackpot total begins to creep ever closer to the game’s all-time record prize total of €177.7 million, SuperEnalotto players will almost certainly be doing everything in their power to end this latest rollover streak which dates back to Thursday 16th July 2015, 450 days ago. If you think you need a helping hand with choosing your numbers, head to the SuperEnalotto Statistics page where you will find the latest facts and figures, including how many times each number has been drawn, the most commonly drawn numbers and which numbers have appeared least often in the game.
While you wait for your jackpot-winning numbers to appear, why not play SuperEnalotto’s SuperStar game? With entry for each draw costing just €0.50 extra, players are able to benefit from far more lucrative payouts should their SuperStar number appear in the winning line. So, if you would like the opportunity to increase the value of any non-jackpot prize, opt to add a SuperStar entry to your next ticket.
If you would like to be in with a chance of winning a SuperEnalotto prize, tickets are available to buy online or from any authorised retailer ahead of Tuesday’s draw. Have fun!