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The Lottery Office Celebrates Record-Breaking $575 Million Italian Super Jackpot Draw

Brace yourselves for the biggest, most thrilling event of 2023 so far – The Superenalotto jackpot of €371 million (AUD $575,813,508) has been won!

The Superenalotto jackpot shattered all previous records in Italy, surpassing the previous high of €209 million (AUD $335 million), which was won in the northern Lombardia region’s city of Lodi in 2019. It now holds the record for Europe’s largest ever jackpot!

The record-breaking winning ticket was sold in the picturesque northern Italian city of Bagnone and was shared among 90 winners who purchased their ticket through a syndicate.

To participate in Italy’s Superenalotto, players are required to choose six numbers from a pool ranging from 1 to 90. The winning numbers were:

World record jackpot winning numbers

The Superenalotto has a total of six prize divisions, and even matching just two numbers can earn you a prize! To hit the jackpot, players must match the first six numbers drawn. Additionally, an extra seventh ball, known as the ‘Jolly’ ball, determines the second prize winner, which requires matching five numbers plus the ‘Jolly’ ball.

What’s more, with no limit on the number of times the jackpot can roll over, this lottery offers the chance to win truly impressive sums three times a week on Wednesdays, Fridays, and Sundays (AEST).

While the Superenalotto’s minimum jackpot is €2 million (equivalent to about AUD $3 million), it’s not uncommon for the jackpot to quickly climb into the tens or even hundreds of millions. In fact, after the previous jackpot was won, ticket sales were so high that the starting jackpot for the next draw was a staggering AUD $80 million – a testament to the popularity and excitement surrounding this Italian lottery.

Lotto players in Australia and New Zealand now have the chance to safely legally play to win from the draws of this immense lottery!

When you play our Government-licensed Italian Super Jackpot at The Lottery Office, we buy a matching ticket in a SuperEnalotto draw in Italy, using the same lottery numbers. If the SuperEnalotto ticket wins a prize, we collect it, and then we pay you the same amount of prizemoney that we collected.

So, if you’re interested in participating in an international lottery that has the potential to make you a millionaire, The Lottery Office’s Italian Super Jackpot might be worth a look.

Friends celebrating with food and wine

Free Chances to win

Each time you play the Italian Super Jackpot you’re given a chance to win an Instant Win prize at no extra cost! Each ticket is assigned a sequence of 4 random numbers, and if all of those numbers are selected (at random) in the draw, you win a cash prize!


What is the SuperEnalotto and how is it related to the Italian Super Jackpot lottery?

The SuperEnalotto is a popular Italian lottery game that has been around since 1997. Players choose six numbers from a range of 1 to 90. The draw takes place three times a week on Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Saturdays in Italy (Wednesdays, Fridays & Sundays in Australian time). The SuperEnalotto jackpot starts at a minimum of €2 million and increases with each draw until it is won. There is no limit to how high the jackpot can go, which is why it can sometimes reach staggering amounts like the recent €371 million jackpot. The Lottery Office’s Super Italian jackpot lottery gives Aussies and Kiwis the chance benefit from the SuperEnalotto. For every ticket sold in the Italian Super Jackpot, we buy a matching ticket in a SuperEnalotto draw.

How much are Italian Super Jackpot tickets?

For as little as $4.75 you can buy a ticket in The Lottery Office’s Italian Super Jackpot lottery.

How do I play Italian Super Jackpot?

Sign in to your Lottery Office account. Select the Italian Super Jackpot Lottery. Select the amount of draws you’d like to enter and select your numbers. Choose 6 numbers between 1 and 90, or alternatively, select the Quick Play option and the numbers will be chosen at random for you. The main 6 numbers are drawn, then an extra number called the ‘jolly number’ is drawn. This bonus ball is used to determine second prize winners. Finalise your transaction by going to your shopping cart. You can pay by debit or credit card, Bpay, POLi Pay or Paysafecard. You’ll receive a confirmation email and a Lottery Office ticket.

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