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History of SuperEnalotto

 

The popular SuperEnalotto from Italy started as the ‘EnaLotto’ back in the 1950s. Lottery organisers, SISAL, revamped the ‘EnaLotto’ in 1997, creating the SuperEnaLotto in operation today.

From 2009 onwards, the SuperEnalotto winning numbers were selected in one single draw independently of the Lottomatica draws, which were held around the country in different cities.


How the SuperEnalotto works

 

SuperEnalotto has a very simple 6/90 selection process whereby players need to pick 6 numbers from between 1 and 90. To win the SuperEnalotto jackpot, a player must match all 6 main numbers drawn.

An extra bonus ball, named the ‘Jolly’ number is also drawn to give those who matched 5 balls an additional chance of taking home an even bigger prize.


No rollover cap means gigantic jackpots

 

SuperEnalotto winning jackpots are some of the highest in the world because there is no cap on the jackpot amount and no roll down of jackpots.

There have been many magnificent SuperEnalotto jackpots over the years. These include:


  • €100,756,197.30 - won on October 23, 2008 by a single ticket in Catania

  • €147,807,299.08 - won on August 22, 2009 by one ticket holder in Bagnone

  • €163,538,706.00 - won on October 27, 2016 by one ticket holder

  • €177,800,000.00 - won on October 30, 2010 by one ticket holder

 

 

How to play

 

  • Choose 6 numbers out of a possible 90

  • A bonus ball, called the 'Jolly' number, is chosen randomly during the draw. You can win an even bigger prize if you match both the 5 numbers and the Jolly ball

 

When to play

 

  • The SuperEnalotto is played three times per week on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays at 19:30 (CET)