23rd May, 2011 Superenalotto News
The weekend brought yet another weekend where the SuperEnalotto jackpot rolled over, and lower tier prizes were thin on the ground too. Saturday’s draw produced no jackpot winner and no winner in the second tier either!
That’s not to say that Saturday’s SuperEnalotto draw wasn’t lucky as there were several match five winners. Let’s take a look at what happened in the draw and what’s coming up next.
Although the higher two tiers of prizes went without winners, match five winners collected over €43,000 in the draw. Saturday’s winning numbers were 8 – 12 – 18 – 31 – 32 and 85, the bonus ball 73.
The next SuperEnalotto draw now takes place on Tuesday evening; that draw will be the sixty-third draw this year. Thanks to Saturday’s rollover, Tuesday’s SuperEnalotto jackpot is worth an estimated €23.8 million.
It’s now three weeks since one player scooped a €47 million jackpot on the Italian SuperEnalotto but as there is no limit to how many times it can roll, it’s possible for jackpots to get much higher than even this one.
Right now, the SuperEnalotto jackpot is increasing by around €1 million per draw, but the higher that rollover jackpot gets, the bigger the increase in the jackpots are likely to get as ticket sales increase.
22nd May 2011