After Saturday’s SuperEnalotto jackpot rolled over once again, players will be aiming for a new top prize of €77.2 million in tonight’s draw. The SuperEnalotto jackpot has been rolling over since Thursday 16th July 2015, when a participant from Acireale won €21.8 million. This evening, players stand a chance to pick up more than three times that amount.
As the top prize has grown over nearly ten months, some fantastic prizes have been given away, but no one has been able to match the six main numbers to put their name in the history books. However, in the latest draw on Saturday 30th April, three players - one from Rome and two from Trieste - matched five main numbers to win €64,343 each, while another two participants won €48,830 each when they matched four main numbers and the SuperStar. Visit the SuperEnalotto Results page to learn more about all of the most recent draws.
If a single ticket holder were to scoop tonight’s jackpot, they would instantly become the sixth-largest SuperEnalotto winner, easily displacing a ticket holder from Napoli who snapped up €71.8 million in December 2010. While they would still be a few million Euro shy of the fifth place winner, a player from Catania who received a massive €94.8 million in May 2012, the massive prize on offer this evening would still be enough to change the life of any winner and their nearest and dearest.
The only way to win SuperEnalotto is to play, so make sure that you buy tickets for tonight’s game as soon as possible to ensure that you’ve picked up a chance to win an incredible prize. Entries can be purchased online or in Italy from authorised retailers across the country. Good luck!