SuperEnalotto Jackpot Rolls to €13.7 Million
Tonight’s SuperEnalotto jackpot is worth €13.7 million after the results from Tuesday’s draw revealed no top prize winners.
The SuperEnalotto numbers drawn on Tuesday were 14, 15, 39, 47, 53 and 76 with the Jolly number 67 and the Superstar number 45. Match 5 was the first prize-winning tier which saw nine ticket holders each win €26,892. Following this, five players matched four numbers and the Superstar to win €43,752 each and 561 ticket holders each won €437 by matching four numbers. To view a full prize breakdown from Tuesday’s draw, visit the SuperEnalotto Results page.
The last time the SuperEnalotto jackpot was won was on 15th October, when one ticket holder from Gualdo do Voghiera, province of Ferrara, matched all six numbers drawn to win the top prize worth €18.3 million. Since then, the jackpot has remained elusive and has rolled over a total of 15 times to reach €13.7 million. For your chance to win this top prize and stop the jackpot rolling over for the 16th time, make sure you have your ticket(s) ready for tonight’s draw.
SuperEnalotto tickets can be purchased online via the Buy Tickets page or from an authorised retailer.
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We would like to remind players that the 11th Si Vince Tutto draw of the year will take place next week. Unlike the SuperEnalotto jackpot, the Si Vince Tutto jackpot must be won on the night, so if no ticket holder matches all six main numbers drawn the top prize will roll down and be distributed across the other winning prize tiers. Further information on the Si VinceTutto, including how the jackpot is shared between the prize tiers, can be found on the Si Vince Tutto page.
21st November 2013