SuperEnalotto Offers Super Jackpot
The SuperEnalotto lottery game in Italy is currently offering a massive jackpot that could see one lucky winner walking away with a staggering €147,500,000. The game is a 6 from 90 lottery, so winning a SuperEnalotto jackpot is lot more difficult than winning a jackpot in the Lotto or EuroMillions games, and rollovers are therefore a lot more common. This helps to generate gigantic jackpots that can sometime leave even EuroMillions Mega Jackpots in the shade.
SuperEnalotto draws take place every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday, and although the odds of the jackpot being won by a single line of numbers are always constant (at 1 in 622,614,630) regardless of how large the jackpot is, bigger jackpots tend to make players a lot more optimistic (or at least hopeful) about their chances. This creates a surge in ticket sales, which leads to even bigger jackpots and so an upward spiral of SuperEnalotto excitement ensues.
The biggest ever SuperEnalotto jackpot was worth €147,807,299, and was won in August 2009 (on Saturday 22 August, to be precise). This puts the €147,500,000 jackpot that will be up for grabs this Tuesday 28 September well within kicking distance of the record and if it isn’t won it will certainly smash through the previous record level in time for the subsequent draw on Thursday.
National Lottery players who would like to try and win themselves a SuperEnalotto prize – and maybe even the jackpot itself – can buy lottery tickets online just as easily as they can for the Lotto and EuroMillions games. All you have to do is enter your chosen numbers (and 6 from the range 1 to 90), the draw you want those numbers to be entered for and click a few buttons to confirm. Your numbers will then have just as much chance of winning as anyone else’s, and you won’t need to leave the comfort of your own home to participate, let alone go to Italy to buy tickets!
We won’t know whether the €147,500,000 jackpot will be won this Tuesday or whether it will continue rolling to even greater heights, so buy lottery tickets online and keep your fingers crossed and good luck!Monday 27th September 2010
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