Italian SuperEnalotto

SuperEnalotto is one of Italy’s most popular lotteries, with draws taking place three times a week on Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday evenings.

How to play

Select six numbers between 1 and 90, and if you want the chance to win bigger prizes you can add the SuperStar to your ticket for a small additional fee. Tickets can be purchased online or from authorised retail stores throughout Italy and are available until 19:30 CET on the evening of a draw.

Prizes and Odds of Winning

Numbers Matched Odds of Winning Average Prize
6 numbers 1 in 622,614,630 -
5 numbers and the Jolly number 1 in 103,769,105 €529,965
5 numbers 1 in 1,250,230 €29,105
4 numbers 1 in 11,907 €304
3 numbers 1 in 327 €25
2 numbers 1 in 22 €5
Overall odds of winning a prize in SuperEnalotto are 1 in 20.

Prizes and Odds of Winning when including the SuperStar:

Numbers Matched Odds of Winning Average Prize
6 numbers and the SuperStar 1 in 56,035,316,700 Jackpot + €2,000,000
5 numbers, Jolly number and the SuperStar 1 in 9,339,219,450 5+ Prize + €1,000,000
5 numbers and the SuperStar 1 in 112,520,716 25x prize for 5 matched numbers
4 numbers and the SuperStar 1 in 1,071,626 100x prize for 4 matched numbers
3 numbers and the SuperStar 1 in 29,404 100x prize for 3 matched numbers
2 numbers and the SuperStar 1 in 1,963 €100
1 numbers and the SuperStar 1 in 303 €10
0 numbers and the SuperStar 1 in 138 €5

Latest Result

Saturday 1st October 2022
  • 3
  • 11
  • 14
  • 26
  • 67
  • 82
  • 59
  • 75
Jackpot €281,100,000

There were over 1,190,000 winners in this draw.

Interesting Facts

SuperEnalotto has no jackpot cap, which means that the top prize can easily reach huge amounts. A SuperEnalotto player from Vibo Valentia matched the SuperStar as well as all six main numbers in October 2016, defying odds of 1 in 56 billion to scoop the €163.5 million jackpot plus a €2 million bonus. The largest SuperEnalotto jackpot to date was worth an astonishing €209.1 million and was won by a player from Lodi in Lombardy on 13th August 2019.