How to play SuperEnalotto
SuperEnalotto launched in 1997 and is Italy's biggest and most popular lottery, with draws held in Rome on Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday evenings at 8pm. The game is quite famous for its large ball pool; players must select six main numbers from 1 to 90 and match all six of the numbers drawn in order to win the jackpot.
The biggest SuperEnalotto jackpot to date stands at an impressive €177.7 million which was won in October 2010 on a single ticket held by a 70-person syndicate.
How to Play SuperEnalotto
In the draw, six balls from 1 to 90 are selected, followed by a supplementary Jolly number from the remaining 84 balls. The Jolly ball, when matched by a player who has also matched five main numbers, significantly increases the value of any prize they have won.
For a small additional fee, players can choose to add the SuperStar game to any of the SuperEnalotto lines they have played. Matching the SuperStar, which is drawn from a separate drum of 90 balls, boosts the value of any SuperEnalotto prizes a player wins and even offers prizes of its own. Matching the SuperStar alone will win the player a fixed prize of €5.
|Match||Odds of Winning|
|Match 6 Numbers (Jackpot)||1 in 622,614,630|
|Match 5 plus Jolly Ball||1 in 103,769,1050|
|Match 5 Numbers||1 in 1,250,230|
|Match 4 Numbers||1 in 11,907|
|Match 3 Numbers||1 in 327|
|Match 2 Numbers||1 in 22|
Playing SuperEnalotto at a Local Retailer
If you are living in or near Italy, you can buy SuperEnalotto tickets from authorised retailers throughout the country. However, make sure you sign your ticket and keep safe, as you will need to produce it if you win a prize.