Player’s Guide to the Super Enalotto

Player’s Guide to the Super Enalotto

Super Enalotto

Lottery Info…

The Super Enalotto is one of the most popular lotteries in Italy. The original version of the game, Enalotto, was launched in the early 1950s, however the upgraded , and renamed – Super Enalotto, has been with us since 1997, with millions of people playing every week.

The Super Enalotto draws are generally held every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday at 8pm, local time. If the game falls on a public holiday, it is rescheduled to the nearest possible date. With no limits on how many times a jackpot can rollover, the Super Enalotto can boast some of the largest jackpots in the world.

The largest single ticket jackpot winner was claimed in October 2010 by a syndicate of 70 winners. After over 8 months of continual rollovers, the jackpot had reached €177.8 million.

Super Enalotto Winners


Buying Tickets…

Buying tickets online makes global lotteries such as the Italian Super Enalotto both accessible and easy to play. Ticket agents buy lottery tickets on the player’s behalf and winnings are paid out quickly and efficiently.


How it Works…

Plays choose 6 numbers from 1 to 90 and have the chance of winning from 6 different prize tiers. Prizes are awarded for matching as little as 2 numbers, making the odds of winning on the Super Enalotto just one in 21.5!

The Super Enalotto also has a bonus-ball-like feature called the ‘jolly ball’. This offers players an enhanced main prize if it’s matched with all 5 main balls.