Italy’s SuperEnalotto has been creating records for 25 years, and this draw should be no different. Being the top lottery jackpot to play for, here’s how you can try your luck at the SuperEnalotto in Malta.
Having no jackpot cap, the sky is the limit with the SuperEnalotto. This means that there’s no telling how high the jackpot can go.
What’s the all-time SuperEnalotto record?
So far, the biggest SuperEnalotto jackpot was won back in August of 2019. A lucky player from Lodi, Lombardy matches all six numbers and won the jackpot that was set at €209 million.
Since then, there have only been three EuroMillions jackpots which have surpassed that jackpot.
At the moment, the European record is held by the €230 million prize that was won in July of 2022, but that can all change with this €254,800,000 jackpot.
How do you win SuperEnalotto’s Jackpot?
Playing SuperEnalotto is pretty simple. All you need to do is pick your lucky six numbers and hope that your chosen numbers match the six winning numbers. SuperEnalotto doesn’t have any lucky stars or bonus numbers, so you don’t need to worry about that.
What makes SuperEnalotto so different is the fact that they have a massive guess range that starts from 1 but climbs all the way up to 90. This means that, if you do win, the odds of you having to share the jackpot prize are very slim.
How do you play SuperEnalotto from Malta?
Thanks to theLotter you can play the SuperEnalotto from anywhere, even from the beach! All you need is an active internet connection and to follow these three easy steps;
- Head on over to theLotter.com and set up an account
- Pick SuperEnalotto from the list of over 50 lotteries
- Pick your numbers, checkout, and you’re all done!
Once your order is complete, a representative of theLotter.com will head out and buy your physical lottery ticket on your behalf. Once they are back, they will then scan your ticket so that you have a digital copy you can access 24/7 through your online account.
If you do happen to win, you’ll be notified right away either through email or text.
Italy’s SuperEnalotto draw takes place every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday at 7pm GMT so make sure you get your tickets if you want a chance to win.
Once the massive jackpot is won, the SuperEnalotto will revert back to its seed jackpot of €2 million, and no one knows when the jackpot will climb this high again.
Good luck and play responsibly!
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