SuperEnalotto Jackpot Continues to Roll
SuperEnalotto has continued to roll over through the first part of May and now has a jackpot of €29.2 million for the draw taking place on Saturday 11th May 2013. The SuperEnalotto jackpot was last won on Saturday 16th March 2013, by a syndicate of players from the Udine province, when it had reached €53.3 million after rolling over for almost seven months. Could this jackpot go to on to reach the same heights?
The jackpot has already reached almost €30 million after rolling over for less than two months so, if it continues to climb at its current rate, in less than three months’ time players could see a similar sized jackpot to that won in March. Although SuperEnalotto is notoriously difficult to win as players have to match six numbers from a possible 90 in order to win the jackpot, the game is still the most popular lottery in Italy and it is clear players love the challenge!
Generous supplementary prizes can be won on SuperEnalotto from matching just three numbers and those who opt to play the Superstar number could win good sized prizes by matching from just one number! So, although the jackpot may often seem out of reach, players stand a good chance of winning a substantial prize by matching fewer numbers.
If you would like to read more about how the prizes are distributed for SuperEnalotto, you can visit the How to Win page for more details regarding the prize tiers on offer.
10th May 2013