SuperEnalotto takes place in Italy three times a week on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays. In order to win the jackpot, players have to match six main numbers from a possible 90. A Jolly number is also drawn from the remaining 84 balls to give any player matching five main numbers a chance to increase the amount they win.
Players can also opt to select a SuperStar number for a small additional fee, opening up further prize tiers. The SuperStar is an extra ball drawn from a different set of numbers, again between 1 and 90. Participants who pay a small additional fee to have the SuperStar option added to their ticket are guaranteed to win a prize as long as their SuperStar number is drawn, otherwise players must match at least two main numbers to grab a cash reward.
SuperEnalotto jackpots regularly roll over and can grow quickly, with the potential to reach astronomical sums. The largest SuperEnalotto jackpot in history rose to €177.7 million before being won on a single ticket held by a 70-person syndicate in October 2010.
This SuperEnalotto data includes all draws up to and including Saturday 18th August 2018. The last SuperEnalotto draw number was 99.
Prize Draw Information
The last jackpot drawn on Saturday 18th August 2018 for SuperEnalotto was €27,528,582
The next estimated SuperEnalotto jackpot is €28,400,000
Latest 10 SuperEnalotto Numbers
|Draw Date:||Winning Numbers:||Draw Detail:|
|Saturday 18th August 2018||View More Info About This Draw|
|Thursday 16th August 2018||View More Info About This Draw|
|Tuesday 14th August 2018||View More Info About This Draw|
|Saturday 11th August 2018||View More Info About This Draw|
|Thursday 9th August 2018||View More Info About This Draw|
|Tuesday 7th August 2018||View More Info About This Draw|
|Saturday 4th August 2018||View More Info About This Draw|
|Thursday 2nd August 2018||View More Info About This Draw|
|Tuesday 31st July 2018||View More Info About This Draw|
|Saturday 28th July 2018||View More Info About This Draw|
SuperEnalotto Odds & Prize Draw Breakdown
Players must pick 6 balls from a pool of 90. (Jollys are drawn from the same pool)
|Numbers Matched||Odds (Rounded)|
|6 Main Numbers (Jackpot)||1 in 622,614,630|
|5 Main Numbers + Jolly||1 in 103,769,105|
|5 Main Numbers||1 in 1,250,230|
|4 Main Numbers||1 in 11,907|
|3 Main Numbers||1 in 327|
|2 Main Numbers||1 in 22|
Approx. Overall Odds: 1 in 20
|Numbers Matched||Odds of Winning||Prize|
|6 Main Numbers + SuperStar||1 in 56,035,316,700||SuperEnalotto jackpot plus €2 milion|
5 Main Numbers + Jolly number + SuperStar
|1 in 9,339,219,450||Second-tier SuperEnalotto prize plus €1 million|
5 Main Numbers + SuperStar
|1 in 112,520,716||25x the SuperEnalotto Match 5 prize|
4 Main Numbers + SuperStar
|1 in 1,071,626||100x the SuperEnalotto Match 4 prize|
3 Main Numbers + SuperStar
|1 in 29,404||100x the SuperEnalotto Match 3 prize|
2 Main Numbers + SuperStar
|1 in 1,936||€100|
1 Main Number + SuperStar
|1 in 303||€10|
Match SuperStar only
|1 in 138||€5|
SuperEnalotto Draw Details
This Italian lottery game was launched in the 1950s as Enalotto before being renamed as SuperEnalotto in 1997.
Up until June 2009, the six main SuperEnalotto numbers comprised the first number drawn in the regional Lotto draws for the cities of Bari, Florence, Milan, Naples, Palermo and Rome, whilst the Jolly number came from the draw in Venice. This procedure was changed in July 2009 when the numbers were drawn independently of the regional Lotto draws, with the six main numbers and the Jolly number being drawn from one drum and the SuperStar number being drawn from a separate drum.
A number of changes were made at the end of January 2016 to generate further excitement, with a new prize tier introduced for matching just two main numbers. The amount of money allocated to the prize fund from ticket sales was increased to 60 percent to help jackpots grow more quickly and a new way to win instant prizes as players paid for their tickets was launched.
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