Matching Six Winning Numbers
The jackpot winner purchased their €2 ticket at a newsstand in Via Vitaliano Brancati, matching the numbers 12, 23, 39, 54, 72 and 73 to become the 119th winner of a SuperEnalotto jackpot. There were a total of 469,726 winners in Tuesday’s draw, with 11 players also celebrating after matching five numbers to claim €19,072 each.
The SuperEnalotto jackpot hadn’t been won for 37 weeks, rolling over for an incredible 110 consecutive draws. The last jackpot winner was a ticket holder from Caorle, Venice, who scooped €77.7 million in the draw on Tuesday 1st August 2017.
Although the identity of Tuesday’s jackpot winner has yet to be revealed, all players now have 90 days from the date of the draw to come forward and collect their winnings.
Largest Ever Jackpot Win
Despite Tuesday night’s monumental jackpot win, it is still some way off the biggest SuperEnalotto jackpot ever won. A syndicate of 70 people bought a winning ticket in Milan on Saturday 30th October 2010 to claim an astonishing jackpot worth €177.7 million, matching the winning numbers 4, 26, 40, 54, 55 and 67. Each player received over €2.5 million each, and this remains the record for the largest ever jackpot paid out by a European domestic lottery.
Next SuperEnalotto Draw
The SuperEnalotto jackpot has now been reset to €24 million ahead of Thursday’s draw on 19th April, so if you’re feeling lucky after reading about this sensational win, pick your numbers online today and you could become the second SuperEnalotto jackpot winner in a row.