What is the SuperEnalotto Raffle
The SuperEnalotto Raffle is a draw which takes place in addition to the regular SuperEnalotto draw. Everyone who plays the main game - and includes the SuperStar option on their ticket - is automatically entered into the SuperEnalotto Raffle. Players are given a unique code for each SuperEnalotto combination they enter, and a predetermined number of codes will then be drawn on the night. Anyone who matches one of the winning codes exactly will receive a fixed prize.
How will the Easter 2018 Raffe work?
The SuperEnalotto Raffle on 31st March will give away 100 guaranteed prizes of €100,000. Known as Pasqua 100x100 in Italy, players just have to enter the SuperEnalotto draw on 31st March and include the SuperStar option.
Tickets for the game will go on sale on Saturday 24th February, giving fans of the game more than a month to take part.
History of the SuperEnalotto Raffle
The SuperEnalotto Raffle first took place on 15th April last year to celebrate Easter 2017. The game was known as Pasqua Milionaria and awarded 30 prizes of €1 million. Another draw was held just before Christmas, called 20 Nababbi a Natale, where there were 20 winners of €1 million.
As well as the SuperEnalotto Raffle, players can also continue to try and win the SuperEnalotto jackpot itself every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday. The top prize recently passed the €100 million mark and currently ranks as the fifth-largest in the history of the game.