The winning SuperEnalotto numbers were 2, 43, 65, 66, 67 and 90, with Jolly 44 and SuperStar 27. In addition to the largest prize winner on the night, one player matched four main numbers and the SuperStar to win €34,302. The good news didn’t end there, as 12 ticket holders successfully matched five main numbers to win €17,842 each. Other prizes awarded ranged from €5 for matching the SuperStar to €2,689 for matching three numbers and the SuperStar. For further prize information and extra details from the draw, head to the SuperEnalotto Results page.
Following this latest rollover, SuperEnalotto has retained its crown as the world’s largest jackpot amount, ahead of US lottery giant Powerball ($151 million/€138.7 million) and well clear of the fellow European games EuroMillions (€39 million) and Eurojackpot (€10 million). The prize total also continues to edge ever closer to the game’s record of €177.7 million, which was set almost six years ago on the 30th of October 2010, after a syndicate of 70 players, whose ticket was purchased in Milan, scooped the jackpot. Should the prize total continue to increase at its current rate, SuperEnalotto fans could get a chance to win a groundbreaking sum of money very soon.
However, winning a SuperEnalotto jackpot of €161 million this Saturday probably wouldn’t upset the vast majority of players! If you would like to be in with a chance of going down in history as the winner of the world’s longest-running rollover jackpot, SuperEnalotto tickets are available to purchase online or from any authorised retailer across the country. Good luck!