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SuperEnalotto lottery results

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Prize Breakdown

  • Division
  • Match
  • Payout Per Winner
  • Prize 1
  • 6+0
  • $ 0.00
  • Prize 2
  • 5+1
  • $ 663,322.69
  • Prize 3
  • 5+0
  • $ 9,741.11
  • Prize 4
  • 4+0
  • $ 93.34
  • Prize 5
  • 3+0
  • $ 12.58
  • Prize 6
  • 2+0
  • $ 4.95
 
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SuperEnalotto
Launched in 1997 by a private corporation, the SuperEnaLotto is a modification of EnaLotto in the 1950s. The prizes in SuperEnaLotto are in the millions. On October 30, 2010, one ticket was recorded to have won the Jackpot prize amounting to €177,800,000. The amount was the largest after the rollovers for over eight months.

Drawing of Winning Number Combination
The draw happens every Saturday, Tuesday, and Thursday at eight o’clock in the evening in Italy. There is one draw for the six-number combination of the jackpot prize and the “Jolly” number, and a separate draw for the SuperStar.
Drawing the Jolly number is almost the same as how UK Lotto game’s bonus number is drawn and is also similar to EuroMillions game’s Lucky Star number.
If you win any of the prizes in SuperEnaLotto, you will be notified through an e-mail. Should there be no winner for the prizes including the jackpot, all players registered with us will also be notified. The prizes for the zero-winner categories will be rolled over to the prize for the next draw events. This means, that the jackpot prize that is not won in a particular draw will increase with rollovers for the succeeding draws until it is won. There is no cap that limits the number of times that a prize is rolled over. There is no roll down of its jackpot prizes.
It was in 2009 when SuperEnaLotto had continuous rollovers of jackpot prize beginning in January and ending in August. After more than eight months of having no winner, the jackpot prize amounting to €147.8 million was bagged by a man hailing from Toscana, Italy. For about nine months of rolling over in 2010, the highest jackpot prize ever recorded—€177.8 million was claimed.
SuperEnaLotto’s unlimited rolling over of the jackpot prize has become a sensation across the continents. There is no doubt that when millions of tourists come to Italy, they take the opportunity to play the lotto and experience the thrill of knowing hundreds of millions may be at stake for the jackpot. To receive updates on the draw results, you can subscribe to newsletters.

Starting Prize for the Jackpot and Taxes
As soon as the jackpot prize is won, it will revert to its starting prize—€1.3 million. Rollovers begin as soon as the prize is not won. If prizes are won, however, they are subject to a tax in Italy at 1.03 percent for winnings amounting to more than €100, 3.1 percent on winning more than €300, and finally, 6 per cent on winning above €500.

The Beginning of SuperEnaLotto
A private corporation, SISAL, has owned exclusive franchise rights to SuperEnaLotto since the 1950s. The name has been modified from EnaLotto. Since then, SISAL works continuously with Italy’s local governments. Over time, there have been several amendments to the rules to make the game ever more fun. In December 1997, the lottery game had its first draw event under the new name SuperEnaLotto.
 
 

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