Ciampino Player Wins €519,406 SuperEnalotto Prize
A single player from Ciampino, near Rome, matched five main numbers and the SuperStar to win €519,406 in last Saturday’s SuperEnalotto draw - the largest prize of the year. More than 95,000 other participants also netted themselves great cash rewards on the night, though the jackpot, which has been rolling over since last July, remained unclaimed.
The winning numbers were 4, 5, 8, 14, 32 and 49 with Jolly 18 and SuperStar 1. In addition to the lucky Match 5 + SuperStar winner, there were 12 players who matched five main numbers to pick up €20,776 each, while another seven participants won €19,313 each when they matched four main numbers and the SuperStar. The remaining prizes handed out to lucky winners were worth between €5 for matching just the SuperStar and €1,073 for matching three main numbers and the SuperStar. You can find a full prize breakdown at the SuperEnalotto Results page.
While the SuperEnalotto jackpot has escaped the grasp of players so far this year, there have been some great rewards earned on the game. On Saturday 16th January, a ticket holder from Siena matched five main numbers and the Jolly to snap up €331,537, while two players, one from Portici and one from Cremona, matched five main numbers in the draw on Thursday 7th January to pocket €92,193 each. That’s the beauty of the game; even if you don’t match the six main numbers, you can still win an incredible amount of money in other prize tiers.
Tuesday’s jackpot will be worth an estimated €39 million; you can play SuperEnalotto online or visit any authorised retailer in Italy to purchase tickets. If you think you can end the month on a high note, get those entries in now and see if you could become the first SuperEnalotto winner of 2016! Good luck.
25th January 2016