SuperEnalotto is one of Italy's most renowned lottery games, originating from the "Enalotto" that was first launched in the 1950s. The game underwent a rebranding in December 1997 and was renamed SuperEnalotto. Participants choose six numbers from a range of 1 to 90, and to win the jackpot, they must match all six numbers drawn from the machine. The odds are steep, making it one of Europe's most challenging lotteries to win, but this also often results in some of the continent's largest jackpots. Draws for SuperEnalotto take place three times a week on Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Saturdays, offering multiple opportunities for participants to try their luck. The game has become an integral part of Italian culture and is played by millions across the country.
- Ticket Price : 3 Euro
- Ticket Draw Numbers :6 Number
67.6 Million Euro