SuperEnalotto is the Italian National Lottery's biggest game and also one of the largest in the world. Draws take place three times a week and the jackpot has been known to keep rolling over until it reaches more than €200 million.
See the latest results straight away, and learn more about SuperEnalotto below - including how you can even take part in this Italian lottery online from outside Italy.
How to Play SuperEnalotto
SuperEnalotto is available in stores in Italy, or you can play online. Draws are held on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays and the cost of entry is €1 per line. Here's how to play:
- Pick six numbers from 1 to 90
- Choose whether to add the SuperStar option for an extra €0.50 per line. If you play this option, you need to select one SuperStar number from a separate set of 1 to 90
- Select how many draws to enter in advance
- Purchase your entries and wait for the results
In each draw, six main numbers are randomly selected, followed by one more number from the remaining 84 balls – this is called the Jolly. The SuperStar number is then selected from a separate set of 90 numbers.
SuperEnalotto has become one of the most popular lotteries across the world due to its gigantic jackpots. While you can only find the game in stores in Italy, you can bet on the game online from other countries. You still pick numbers the same way and can win all the same prizes, plus you will be alerted by email if you win so you don’t have to check the results.
SuperEnalotto Odds & Prizes
To win a SuperEnalotto prize, at least two of your six numbers must match the winning numbers. If you match all six main numbers, you win the jackpot.
A percentage of the prize fund is allocated to each of the six prize categories. The table below shows the different ways to win, the odds of winning in each tier, the amount that goes to each category and the estimated prize amounts.
|Prize Category||Odds of Winning||Prize Fund Percentage||Estimated Prize|
|Match 6||1 in 622,614,630||17.4%||Jackpot|
|Match 5 + Jolly||1 in 103,769,105||14%||€311,000|
|Match 5||1 in 1,235,346||4.2%||€32,000|
|Match 4||1 in 11,907||4.2%||€300|
|Match 3||1 in 327||12.8%||€25|
|Match 2||1 in 22||40%||€5|
|The overall odds of winning a prize are 1 in 20|
The remaining 8.4 percent of the prize fund is used to pay instant prizes. These are prizes worth €25 that you can win at the moment you buy your tickets. The odds of getting an instant win on SuperEnalotto are 1 in 500.
The jackpot starts at a minimum of €2 million but it can be far more because a percentage of the prize fund from every draw goes towards seeding the next jackpot. The longer a jackpot rolls over for, the bigger the starting jackpot will be next time it resets.
There is no limit to how long the jackpot can roll or how high it can climb. On 13th August 2019, a player from Lodi in Lombardy won a record €209 million after the jackpot had grown for more than a year.
If you add the SuperStar option, it improves your overall chances of winning a prize and boosts the value of prizes if you also match at least two main SuperEnalotto numbers. The following table shows the prizes and odds of winning when you add SuperStar.
|Prize Category||Odds of Winning||Prize|
|Match 6 + SuperStar||1 in 56,035,316,700||Jackpot + €2 million|
|Match 5 + Jolly + SuperStar||1 in 9,339,219,450||Match 5 + Jolly prize + €1 million|
|Match 5 + SuperStar||1 in 112,520,716||25 x Match 5 Prize|
|Match 4 + SuperStar||1 in 1,071,626||100 x Match 4 Prize|
|Match 3 + SuperStar||1 in 29,404||100 x Match 3 Prize|
|Match 2 + SuperStar||1 in 1,936||€100|
|Match 1 + SuperStar||1 in 303||€10|
|Match 0 + SuperStar||1 in 138||€5|
|The overall odds of winning a SuperStar prize are 1 in 90|