SuperEnalotto Jackpot Passes €100 Million Mark
After more than 11 months of rollovers, tonight’s SuperEnalotto jackpot is worth an incredible €100.1 million. The top prize on offer this evening is just shy of fourth place on the leaderboard of big SuperEnalotto jackpots; in October 2008, a ticket from Catania scooped an incredible €100.7 million.
There’s still a long way to go until the all-time record jackpot is threatened - that amount currently stands at €177.7 million, which was won in October 2010 by a syndicate of 70 who held a single ticket purchased in Milan. Each member of the group received just over €2.5 million. However, changes were made to SuperEnalotto earlier this year to help the jackpot grow faster between rollovers, and it is entirely possible that the current top prize could move into third or even second place if no one wins it soon.
While no player has been able to match all six main numbers in any of the past draws, there have still been some incredibly large wins over the past six months. On Tuesday 7th June, a ticket holder from Palestrina, a town to the east of Rome, matched five main numbers and the SuperStar to pick up €3.5 million, while on Saturday 2nd April, one participant from Sciacca in Sicily pocketed €2.4 million in the Match 5 + SuperStar tier. Just this past Saturday, one player from Messina in Sicily matched five main numbers and the Jolly to win €608,256. Have a look at the latest SuperEnalotto Results to see the sort of prizes you could be winning!
Play SuperEnalotto today and see if you have a shot at making history - tickets are available online or from authorised retailers across Italy.
28th June 2016