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Superenalotto Introduction



Superenalotto is the national lottery of Italy and was created back in the 1990s as an extension of the historic EnaLotto. It’s one of the cheapest national lotteries in the world and it’s also one of the biggest, with jackpots that can rival the biggest transnational lotteries around the world and have played a hand in creating many multi millionaires over the years.




Superenalotto was first drawn in 1997, and prior to a format change in 2009 it was drawn by taking numbers from several regional lotteries, which meant that it was possible for the same number to be drawn more than once.




How to Play Superenalotto



Players are tasked with selecting 6 numbers from a possible 90, and to win the jackpot they need to match all 6 of these (the smallest prize is paid to players who match just 2 numbers). There is also a bonus ball known as the “Jolly”, which comes into play when players get 5 out of the 6 main numbers and rewards a substantial prize, and there is also something known as the SuperStar (not available outside of Italy).




A SuperEnaLotto ticket costs €1.50




Jackpots and Records



There is no maximum jackpot on the Superenalotto, and the jackpot has been known to rollover for months at a time. The largest ever jackpot was won in October 2010 after over 8 months of roll-overs. A syndicate of lucky ticket holders from across Italy shared €177.7 million and at the time they became one of the biggest winners ever in a European lottery.




The biggest single ticket win occurred 6 years later (almost to the day) when a ticket holder from Calabria scooped a grand prize of €163.5 million.




Winning Odds of Superenalotto



Superenalotto has some of the biggest odds of any major lottery, as the odds of winning the jackpot are 1 in 622 million. The odds of winning the jackpot with the SuperStar are 1 in 56 billion, but this has happened on a previous occasion. In fact, players are overcoming these odds all of the time, and the Superenalotto continues to be a big draw because it’s so cheap to play and offers several interesting features.


Superenalotto Introduction



Superenalotto is the national lottery of Italy and was created back in the 1990s as an extension of the historic EnaLotto. It’s one of the cheapest national lotteries in the world and it’s also one of the biggest, with jackpots that can rival the biggest transnational lotteries around the world and have played a hand in creating many multi millionaires over the years.




Superenalotto was first drawn in 1997, and prior to a format change in 2009 it was drawn by taking numbers from several regional lotteries, which meant that it was possible for the same number to be drawn more than once.




How to Play Superenalotto



Players are tasked with selecting 6 numbers from a possible 90, and to win the jackpot they need to match all 6 of these (the smallest prize is paid to players who match just 2 numbers). There is also a bonus ball known as the “Jolly”, which comes into play when players get 5 out of the 6 main numbers and rewards a substantial prize, and there is also something known as the SuperStar (not available outside of Italy).




A SuperEnaLotto ticket costs €1.50




Jackpots and Records



There is no maximum jackpot on the Superenalotto, and the jackpot has been known to rollover for months at a time. The largest ever jackpot was won in October 2010 after over 8 months of roll-overs. A syndicate of lucky ticket holders from across Italy shared €177.7 million and at the time they became one of the biggest winners ever in a European lottery.




The biggest single ticket win occurred 6 years later (almost to the day) when a ticket holder from Calabria scooped a grand prize of €163.5 million.




Winning Odds of Superenalotto



Superenalotto has some of the biggest odds of any major lottery, as the odds of winning the jackpot are 1 in 622 million. The odds of winning the jackpot with the SuperStar are 1 in 56 billion, but this has happened on a previous occasion. In fact, players are overcoming these odds all of the time, and the Superenalotto continues to be a big draw because it’s so cheap to play and offers several interesting features.