Thursday SuperEnalotto Draw Postponed
Players of the SuperEnalotto are advised that the draw which is due to take place on Thursday 25th April 2013 has been postponed to Saturday 27th April 2013. This is due to the celebration of Liberation Day across Italy, which is a public holiday. The impact of this move means that the usual draw on Saturday will take place on Monday 29th April 2013. All draw dates will return to normal on Tuesday 30th April 2013.
Speaking of celebrations, one player from Padua will be rejoicing this week, as the draw on Saturday 20th April 2013 saw that player match all five numbers plus the Jolly, to win an impressive €436,815. The lucky ticket was purchased in a bar in Codevigo, and according to the bar owner, is the highest prize ever won in the area. This is the first second tier prize won on the SuperEnalotto since 26th January 2013, when a single lucky player scooped €479,123.
In the meantime, players are advised to note down the alterations to the draws this week on their calendars to ensure they do not get caught out! But before that, the SuperEnalotto draw tonight has a jackpot of €24,900,000 on offer plus the Si Vince Tutto is due to be drawn tomorrow, so good luck to all taking part and lets hope someone is able to bag a top prize!
23rd April 2013