The first new SuperEnalotto draw since the game rules changed took place on Tuesday 2nd February, with one player winning €34,647 for matching four main numbers and the SuperStar. There were 272,517 players who benefitted from the creation of a new prize tier for matching just two main numbers, each banking €5.53. In addition, 11,685 players received instant prizes of €25 when they bought their tickets for the draw.
The SuperEnalotto results were 19, 38, 40, 56, 65 and 80 with Jolly 35 and SuperStar 1, with other prizes awarded on the night ranging from €5 for matching just the SuperStar up to €22,626 for matching five main numbers. Take a look at the SuperEnalotto Results section to see the full prize breakdown from the draw.
The SuperEnalotto jackpot will now leap from €40 million in last night’s draw to €41.5 million for Thursday night, thanks to new regulations directing a larger proportion of the money from ticket sales to the prize fund. This could lead to some spectacular top prizes on offer in the future, with the potential for the top prize to move rapidly towards the game’s current record jackpot of €177.7 million.
If you think you can stop this seven-month run of rollovers in its tracks, you can buy SuperEnalotto tickets for Thursday’s draw through the Buy Official Tickets page, or visit one of the numerous authorised retailers across Italy. Don’t forget that you could even win an instant prize of €25 or more as you make your purchase! Good luck.