Superenalotto Lottery Tickets



Next Draw:
Tuesday 23rd October

SuperEnalotto tickets can now be obtained by SuperEnalotto fans around the world if they buy their SuperEnalotto lottery tickets online. SuperEnalotto is an Italian lottery game that was launched in 1997 (replacing an existing Enalotto game) and SuperEnalotto draws currently take place every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday.

SuperEnalotto is one of the most challenging lottery games around, and the odds of winning the jackpot are an eyebrow-raising 1 in 622,614,630. The positive side of this is that repeated SuperEnalotto rollovers are quite common, and those help to generate some incredibly large jackpots. The biggest on record (worth €143.9 million) was won by a single ticket in August 2009.

The odds of winning a SuperEnalotto jackpot outright are as lengthy as they are because of the numbers involved in the game. SuperEnalotto players need to select 6 numbers from the range 1 to 90 and match all 6 to secure the top prize. If two or more lottery tickets match the SuperEnalotto numbers then the jackpot is shared between them, but if no lottery ticket wins the jackpot it rolls over to the next draw. A seventh number, referred to as the ‘Jolly’ is drawn to determine the second-tier prize winners.

Because there are such a large range of numbers to choose from, many SuperEnalotto players like to purchase multiple entries. The SuperEnalotto game not only allows players to buy as many SuperEnalotto lottery tickets as they like, but to buy system entries that offer certain guarantees if they match a certain number of their selections. The more selections SuperEnalotto players include in such system entries, the more their participation will cost, but of course they also benefit from having a greater chance of winning.

SuperEnalotto players who would like to try and increase the value of any non-jackpot prize that they win can pay a little more to select a SuperStar number from the range 1 to 90. If they manage to match the SuperStar number with 0, 1 or 2 of the main SuperEnalotto numbers then they win a prize even though they ordinarily wouldn’t, and if they match 3 or more main numbers they win larger amounts than they would without the SuperStar number.

Putting aside the option role of the SuperStar number, there are five regular SuperEnalotto prize levels, and these are summarised in the following table:

Numbers Required

Odds of Success

6 main numbers

1 in 622,614,630

5 main numbers + Jolly

1 in 103,769,105

5 main numbers

1 in 1,235,346

4 main numbers

1 in 11,907

3 main numbers

1 in 327

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