SuperEnalotto is one of Italy’s most popular national lottery games.
SuperEnalotto costs €1.00 to enter, with draws taking place
three times a week on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays at 20:00 local
time. Ticket sales end at 19:30 local time on draw days, with online
entry from abroad ending several hours earlier.
To enter SuperEnalotto, choose six numbersbetween 1
and 90, or go for a Quick Pick to play with randomly generated
numbers. A seventh number called the Jolly Number is drawn, with players
matching it against their six choices for a chance to win the second prize.
For an extra €0.50, a SuperStar number can be played alongside the regular
numbers, which multiplies existing SuperEnalotto payouts and guarantees a prize
SuperEnalotto has a minimum jackpot of €2 million.
This lottery has no rollover or jackpot cap, which when combined with the
long odds of matching all six numbers, can often grow into huge sums of
The biggest ever SuperEnalotto jackpots are:
The odds of winning the SuperEnalotto jackpot are 1 in 622,614,630.
Statistically, this is by far the toughest lottery to win in the world.
Players can win prizes at six tiers, with odds of 1 in 21 of winning some
type of prize.
Players have up to 90 days to claim SuperEnalotto prizes, with jackpot
winners able to receive winnings as a lump sum or as regular annual
SuperEnalotto prizes of more than €500 are taxed at 20% - the highest rate
of any lottery in Italy, which is unusual because different lotteries are taxed
at different rates throughout the country rather than one rate for all.
Prizes are taxed at source, which also applies to players entering
SuperEnalotto from abroad, who need to check local tax laws to find out if
additional tax is applicable at home.
SuperEnalotto tickets are on sale from authorized retailers across Italy,
via authorized partner websites or by using the official SuperEna Lotto
Players from abroad can also play SuperEnalotto via Lottery Agent
Participants must be at least 18 years of age.
Launched in 1997, SuperEnalotto evolved out of the previous Enalotto game.
Prior to 1997, it was operated by multiple companies, with its name being
changed by the Sisal Group after taking over the licence.