SuperEnalotto Jackpot Reaches €104.7 Million
With just nine days to go until the first anniversary of the last draw in which the SuperEnalotto jackpot was won, ticket holders will play for a €104.7 million top prize in this evening’s draw. There have been 152 rollovers since a player from Acireale in Sicily snapped up €21.8 million on Thursday 16th July 2015, making tonight’s bounty the fourth-largest jackpot in the game’s history.
The biggest prize ever won on SuperEnalotto came on 30th October 2010, when a syndicate of players spread across Italy shared €177.7 million on a ticket bought in Milan. In August 2009, a player from Bagnone pocketed €147.8 million, and two ticket holders from Parma and Pistoia shared €139 million in February 2010.
SuperEnalotto is currently offering Europe’s biggest jackpot, considerably higher than Eurojackpot’s €48 million and the €23 million up for grabs on Friday night in EuroMillions. However, the two big US lotteries are both flying even higher than Italy’s big-money game, with Powerball and Mega Millions posting top prizes of $288 million (€259.8 million) and $508 million (€458.1 million) respectively for this weekend’s draws.
If you can break this current run of SuperEnalotto rollovers and match all six main numbers from the ball pool of 90, you would be rich beyond your wildest dreams. You could think nothing of splashing out €13 million on the plush Tuscan villa in Lucca that is currently up for sale. Boasting land stretching over 111 hectares and views over the stunning coastline, it is also within easy reach of the tourist hotspot of Pisa and the splendour of historic Florence. You would also have plenty of change left over to fill the driveway with a fleet of Ferraris, a fitting tribute to the pinnacle of Italian engineering and style.
You do not have to be based in Italy to take part in tonight’s massive draw - you can buy SuperEnalotto tickets online through a lottery concierge service. Simply click the Buy Official Tickets tab and discover how easy the process is. The service sends local staff to purchase the tickets on your behalf, uploading scans of the original slips to your player account. The company pays you smaller prizes immediately and will guide you through the claims process for larger awards, potentially arranging a trip to Italy to pick up the winnings yourself!
Tickets are also available at authorised retailers across Italy and, no matter how you play the game, make sure you check the SuperEnalotto Results page soon after the draw takes place to see if you are a winner. Good luck!
7th July 2016