Last night, a nation watched on as Italy, unfavoured ahead of this summer’s European Championships, secured a surprise 2-0 win over Group E rivals Belgium, a game that many expected the Azzurri to lose. Now, thanks to this pleasant shock to the system, Italians from Turin in the north to Catania in the south will be hoping that the success of their beloved national side can rub off on them as the SuperEnalotto top prize is offered up once again in this evening’s game.
Almost a year has passed since the SuperEnalotto jackpot was last claimed, and with the anniversary of July 16th now hurtling into view, lottery fans from Italy and all around the world will be desperate to take down the colossal jackpot before this milestone is reached. However, the more the top prize rolls over, the greater any potential winner’s reward will be for finally matching all six of those crucial numbers, especially as the €100 million mark hoves into view.
Despite the jackpot proving so elusive, some SuperEnalotto players have enjoyed significant success recently. Four players in the past three draws have secured six-figure prizes, including one lucky ticket holder who scooped €619,629 last Saturday evening, and one participant from Palestrina snapped up €3.5 million for matching five main numbers and the SuperStar on Tuesday 7th June. The top prize is still some way off the €177.7 million jackpot paid out to a syndicate of 70 in October 2010, a total reached after only eight months, but a winner in tonight’s draw would surely be happy to overlook this and enjoy the rest of their life, safe in the knowledge that they ended one of the longest-running sequences of rollovers in Italian lottery history.
If you believe that you can end the drought of winners and claim this amazing jackpot, SuperEnalotto tickets can be purchased online from anywhere in the world, or from any authorised retailer throughout Italy. Good luck!