With the acolade of awarding the largest ever European lottery prize in history - an incredible €209 million - Italy's SuperEnalotto is known world-over. It has been played as SuperEnalotto since 3rd December 1997 and has no prize cap The jackpot will rollover until it is won and winners can choose a lump-sum or annuity payment.
SuperEnalotto numbers are drawn 3 times per week on Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday at 8:00pm CET.
The overall odds of winning any prize when you play SuperEnalotto is 1 in 22 and does not change if more or fewer tickets are purchased.
77, 85 and 86 have been drawn the most times throughout SuperEnalotto's history, with 6 and 83 being the most common pair drawn.
There are 6 prize tiers on SuperEnalotto. Match just 2 numbers to win a prize or win the jackpot amount by matching all 6!
SuperEnalotto holds the record for the largest jackpot paid out in Europe by any lottery, with €209.1 million won in 2019.
How to play SuperEnalotto
Play SuperEnalotto 3 times per week by picking six numbers from a pool of 1-90 plus a bonus Jolly number.