SuperEnalotto offers six different prize divisions, from matching two main numbers to win a cash reward right up to matching six main numbers to win the multimillion-Euro jackpot. There are even more opportunities to win if you add the SuperStar to your ticket. Look at the chart below to see your chances of winning in the main SuperEnalotto game:
|Match||Odds of Winning||Estimated Prize|
|6 Numbers + SuperStar||1 in 56,035,316,700||Jackpot + €2 million|
|5 Numbers + Jolly + SuperStar||1 in 9,339,219,450||Match 5 + Jolly Prize + €1 million|
|5 Numbers + SuperStar||1 in 112, 520,716||Match 5 Prize x 25|
|4 Numbers + SuperStar||1 in 1,071,626||Match 4 Prize x 100|
|3 Numbers + SuperStar||1 in 29,404||Match 3 Prize x 100|
|2 Numbers + SuperStar||1 in 1,936||Fixed Prize of €100|
|1 Number + SuperStar||1 in 303||Fixed Prize of €10|
|Match SuperStar Only||1 in 138||Fixed Prize of €5|
Biggest SuperEnalotto Jackpots
While the odds of winning the SuperEnalotto jackpot are quite high, the game still appeals to players around the world as rollovers can push the value of the top prize into nine figures. The biggest SuperEnalotto jackpot win came on 30th October 2010, when a syndicate of 70 players snapped up a rollover jackpot worth €177.7 million after months of rollovers.
On 22nd August 2009, a player from Bagnone in Massa Carrara matched all six main numbers drawn to win an incredible €147.8 million. On 9th February 2010, two ticket holders from Parma and Pistoia split a top prize worth €139 million.