SuperEnalotto, Italy’s favourite lottery, gives players the chance to win uncapped jackpots that have reached over €200 million before. SuperEnalotto holds the record for giving away the biggest ever jackpot in Europe and now you can bet on it from countries around the world.
You can get the chance to win the great jackpots SuperEnalotto offers by playing online now. You can do this from many countries around the world – just follow the steps below:
Note that a seventh number – called the ‘Jolly’ number – is drawn after the six main balls but you do not need to pick a Jolly number when you play online. You win the second prize if your six numbers match five of the balls draw plus the Jolly number.
There are six different prize categories in SuperEnalotto and you can win a prize for matching as few as two numbers, whilst the jackpot is won by matching all six. The table below shows what you need to do to win each prize, as well as the odds of doing so and the amount of money you win.
|Match||Percentage of Prize Fund||Odds|
|6||Jackpot||1 in 139,838,160|
|5 + Jolly||10%||1 in 15,537,573|
|5||5%||1 in 542,008|
|4||15%||1 in 60,223|
|3||5%||1 in 10,324|
|2||10%||1 in 1,147|
The overall odds of winning are 1 in 20.
You can learn even more about playing SuperEnalotto online through the frequently asked questions below.
How much does it cost to play SuperEnalotto?
A single bet on SuperEnalotto costs $3, although the cost per entry is lower when you take out a monthly or three-monthly subscription.
When do draws take place?
SuperEnalotto draws are held in Italy every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday at 8:00pm CET. The winning numbers are added to the SuperEnalotto Results page straight after each draw.
Is there a minimum jackpot?
The SuperEnalotto jackpot starts at €1.3 million Crore and is not capped, so it will keep increasing until someone wins it.
What is the Jolly number?
In every SuperEnalotto draw a seventh ball is drawn after the six main numbers. This seventh number is called the ‘Jolly’ and it can boost your prize money if you match it along with five of the main numbers. If you match five of the six main numbers you win around €50,000, but if you also match the Jolly – as well as five numbers – your prize is boosted to roughly €500,000. You don’t need to pick a Jolly number when you place your bet as the objective is to match the Jolly drawn with one of the six numbers you do pick.
What is the Italian Lotto?
There is a separate lottery draw in Italy called the Italian Lotto and 10e Lotto, but both these draws offer far lower prizes than SuperEnalotto and are drawn as a raffle style game. Around the world SuperEnalotto is known as the Italian Lotto thanks to its extremely high jackpots.