We have prepared a list of answers to the most frequently asked questions. However, you can still contact a member of our Customer Experience Team if you wish - we’re always here to help!
SuperEnalotto is an Italian lottery with draws taking place three times a week, on Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday. Draws take place in Rome at 20:00 CET (19:00 GMT) and the lottery is quite popular amongst Italians.
SuperEnalotto has been around since the 1950s, which means that it has existed for over 60 years! Back then, the name of the lottery was ‘Enalotto’, but the name was changed to ‘SuperEnalotto’ in 1997.
Although draws usually take place on Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Saturdays, the draw may be moved to another day if there is a public holiday.
Yes! You can bet on SuperEnalotto through Lycalotto.com. It does not matter where you are, you will still be able to win the same prizes and benefit from the same odds as if you purchased a SuperEnalotto ticket.
Betting on SuperEnalotto can be done in three easy steps:
1. Visit our SuperEnalotto page
2. Select 6 numbers from 1-90
3. Finalise your transaction
You may complete as many entries as you wish before finalising your transaction. To check if you won a prize, you can compare the numbers that you submitted with the numbers on the SuperEnalotto results page. The results page is updated after every draw and if you’re not sure which numbers you bet on, you can find these in your account. However, we will still inform you by sending you an email if you win a SuperEnalotto prize.
Definitely! Just choose the subscription option before finalising your transaction and your numbers will be automatically submitted for you in every SuperEnalotto draw.
There are six different prize tiers in SuperEnalotto, all of which have different odds of winning. You can win a prize just by matching 2 numbers, and to win the jackpot, you will need to match all six numbers. The value of each prize, including the jackpot, depends on the number of tickets sold and the number of winners per prize tier, and if more than one person wins a particular prize, the amount is split between the players. Check out the SuperEnalotto prize table below for more information.
|Match||Odds of Winning||Prize*|
|5 + 1||1:103,769,105||€311,000|
The jackpot amount starts at €1.3 million, which is already a sweet amount, and it only gets better from there - there is no maximum jackpot!
If in a particular draw no one snatches the jackpot, this rolls over to the next draw, and continues to roll over until somebody wins.
Yes! A lucky player from Malta snatched a €20,000 prize on Christmas Eve of 2017 by placing their bets on SuperEnalotto through Lycalotto.com. What a great Christmas present!