Italian Lottery Reaches Biggest Jackpot in History!

Italian Lottery Reaches Biggest Jackpot in History!

The SuperEnalotto has never been higher! Check out all the reasons to play the greatest Italian game in our latest blog update!

The SuperEnalotto is currently the highest its ever been, so far totalling €210.0 million euros. Despite having an unlimited jackpot, this game has never gone over €209.1M, when it was last won in 2019. Since Tuesday 25th May 2021, when the last big number was won, averaging €156,294,151.36 to a player in Montappone, Fermo. The draw has not been won from this point, growing over the course of a year exactly to bring us to this point. Now, players from all over are scrambling to net the prize and become the latest mega millionaire in this game of chance.

The Superenalotto jackpot broke all records on Tuesday, reaching 210 million euros. The previous record, reached in August 2019 for a total value of 209.1 million euros, was broken for the first time in 3 years, as the draw drew no winners, meaning SuperEnalotto rolled over again by 1 million to reach a new level. Previously, the 13th August jackpot was won at a bar in Lodi when a patron bought a single ticket for a mere 2 euros while having a coffee. This will be the 125th time that the jackpot has been won.


Here are the Top 10 Biggest SuperEnalotto Jackpots

Place

Date of Draw

Amount

Lodi

13th August 2019

€209.1 million

Milan

30th October 2010

€177.7 million

Vibo Valentia

27th October 2016

€163.5 million

Montappone

22nd May 2021

€154.9 million

Bagnone

22nd August 2009

€147.8 million

Pistoia

9th February 2010

€139 million

Caltanissetta

17th April 2018

€130.2 million

Catania

23rd October 2008

€100.7 million

Catania

19th May 2012

€94.8 million

Mestrino

25th February 2017

€93.7 million

 


The Ways to Win SuperEnalotto

There are four categories at Superenalotto by which you can win, which in turn correspond to four different ways to collect your winnings, from small amounts all the way to the jackpot. When the winnings are for a modest amount, up to €520 euros per ticket, there are two possibilities to collect the money. You can collect the prize in cash directly or withdraw the winnings with a non-transferable bank check. For amounts higher than 5,000 players can receive the money via bank transfer. For jackpots generally, the prize is collected in person with a ceremony to honour the winner if they choose to go public. Players however can choose to stay anonymous if they wish. 


Odds and Ways to Win

Numbers Matched

Odds of Winning

Match 6

1 in 622,614,630

Match 5 + Jolly

1 in 103,769,105

Match 5

1 in 1,250,230

Match 4

1 in 11,907

Match 3

1 in 327

Match 2

1 in 22

Overall odds of winning a prize: 1 in 20*

 


Average Winning Prize According to the Draw

SuperEnalotto Prize Breakdown

6 Numbers

€80,677,732.38

5 Numbers + Jolly

€596,261.96

5 Numbers

€49,912.27

4 Numbers

€356.50

3 Numbers

€27.23

2 Numbers

€5.49

 

When is the SuperEnalotto draw?

All draws for the Italian lottery take place on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays. Lotto results are displayed on the website at the Lottery Online Results history. The minimum jackpot for SuperEnalotto is €2 million. Currently, the draws roll over until the jackpot is won, with each draw rollover increasing the jackpot by a million. It's been just over a year since the last jackpot was claimed by a winner in Montappone on the 22nd of May 2021. They received €154.9 million overall