Superenalotto FAQ

Question: When does the SuperEnalotto draw take place?
SuperEnalotto draws take place three times a week on a Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday at 20.00 CET.

Question: Do I have to buy a minimum number of lines?
Yes players must purchase at least one ticket, which costs 1. The SuperStar costs an additional 0.50 per line.

Question: What time do ticket sales for SuperEnalotto close?
Ticket sales close at 19.30 CET on the night of the draw.

Question: Does SuperEnalotto have a guaranteed minimum jackpot amount?

Question: How do I win playing SuperEnalotto?
There are six prize tiers in the main SuperEnalotto draw with prizes for matching two numbers or more. To win the jackpot a player must match all six main numbers drawn.

Question: What is the SuperStar?
For a small additional fee, players can choose to include a SuperStar number. This number is drawn from a separate pool of numbers between 1 and 90 and can be the same as one of the numbers a player has chosen in the main draw. Players who have successfully matched the Superstar will automatically win a prize as well as having any prizes from the main SuperEnalotto draw increased.
The Superstar option provides a further six prize tiers to the main SuperEnalotto draw.

Question: Can I play SuperEnalotto if I live in South Africa?
Yes. You can play SuperEnalotto online from wherever you are in the world

Question: If I win, how long do I have to claim a prize?
For prizes of €5,200 to €52,000 players must claim their prize within 60 days and for prizes over €52,000 players must claim within 90 days.
Winnings for tickets purchased through online will automatically be deposited into your online account.

Question: How old do I have to be to play SuperEnalotto?
To buy a SuperEnalotto ticket either offline or online you must be at least 18 years of age.

Question: Are SuperEnalotto winnings taxed?
Yes. SuperEnalotto winnings worth 500 or more are taxed at a rate of six percent. If you play online , it is advised that you contact a tax official in your jurisdiction to determine whether any additional taxes will be applicable to your prize.

Question: Does SuperEnalotto have a rollover limit or jackpot cap?
No. The SuperEnalotto jackpot will roll over until a player matches the six main numbers drawn.