Italy - SuperEnalotto Lottery Information

Guess Range 6/90
Hosted in Italy
(Local draw time)
Jackpot Type CASH
Tax Requirement Lottery prizes are subject to taxation at source. There are seven tax bands. Tax Band 1: Tax-free up to €100. Tax Band 2: The portion of the prize between €100.01-€300 is subject to a flat tax of €1.03. Tax Band 3: The portion of the prize between €300.01-€500 is subject to a flat tax of €3.10. Tax Band 4: The portion of the prize between €500.01-€1,000 is subject to a flat tax of €3.10 and a tax rate of 20%. Tax Band 5: The portion of the prize between €1,000.01 - €5,200.00 is subject to a flat tax of €6.20 and a tax rate of 20%. Tax Band 6: The portion of the prize between €5,200.01 - €52,000.00 is subject to a flat tax of €5.16 and a tax rate of 20%. Tax Band 7: Any portion of the prize exceeding €52,000.01 is subject to a tax rate of 20%. Check the tax laws in your country of residence for any further local taxation you may be subject to.

Chances to win Italy - SuperEnalotto

Divisions Match Winning Odds
1 Prize 6 1:622,614,630
2 Prize 5+1 1:103,769,105
3 Prize 5 1:1,250,230
4 Prize 4 1:11,907
5 Prize 3 1:327
6 Prize 2 1:22

Italy - SuperEnalotto Information

Purchase Italian SuperEnalotto tickets online! to participate in one of the most well-known lotteries in Europe that boasts impressive jackpots that continue to attract fans from all over the world.

For more information about this exciting Italian lottery see our Superenalotto Guide.

SuperEnalotto Rules

The lottery is played by choosing six numbers from a guess range of 1-90. The bonus ball, or "Jolly", is selected at each SuperEnalotto draw and is required to win the boosted 5+1 second division prize.

SuperEnalotto Draw Times

SuperEnalotto draws are staged three times a week, every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday in Rome at 20:00 local time.

Winning the SuperEnalotto

To win this Italian lotto, a player must match the six main numbers drawn, regardless of the Jolly number. Like many Italian lotteries, SuperEnalotto prizes are taxed, with all lottery prizes exceeding €500 subject to a 12% tax rate. The largest SuperEnalotto jackpot won was worth €209,160,441 in August 2019. This is the biggest jackpot prize ever awarded by a European lottery to date!’s SuperEnalotto Winners

It's Good to Know! - D.S. from Romania won the 3rd division prize of €56,000 in a SuperEnalotto draw in November 2011. D.S. had been playing with a Subscription, to avoid missing a draw, since September that year. He would not have known about his big win if he had not activated theLotter’s automatic alert system. He was sent a congratulatory email, after which a customer service representative contacted him to walk him through collecting his winnings.

SuperEnalotto History

The SuperEnalotto is run by SISAL, an Italian lottery company which has been working with the local government for more than 60 years. The lottery’s predecessor ‘Enalotto’ had been in operation since the 1950s when SISAL won the rights to run lotteries. Enalotto officials decided to amend some of the game’s rules as well as the name to make it more fun to play in December 1996.

The SuperEnalotto received its new look and feel from Rodolfo Molo, the son of one of SISAL’s original founders, with the goal of offering an easy-to-play format which guarantees extraordinary jackpots. The first draw of the newly-named SuperEnalotto took place in December of 1997.

SuperEnalotto Anecdotes

Lodi's Lucky Bar - SuperEnalotto's record breaking jackpot of €209 million was won in August 2019 by a single ticket purchased in a little bar called The Marino. The lucky bar is known for being a place where winners are made, as this is the third big win from a ticket purchased in the establishment since 2017!

Tour Stop - While Italy is a beautiful place to take a vacation in its own right, many tourists go to Italy exclusively to play the SuperEnalotto. In 2009, with consecutive rollovers passing the seven-month mark,  again in 2010 with a jackpot of €177,800,000 that grew over nine months, brining Italy significant waves of tourism as people came to try their luck at the jackpot. By buying tickets online at, potential lottery tourists can save on plane fare and enjoy convenient online purchase, immediate win notification, and in the majority of cases a free win collection service.

Pub o’ Luck - On May 4th, 2005 ten people at a pub began talking. After a few drinks and some laughs, they all decided to play the lottery. Well, it was their lucky night; those now 10 friends went from strangers at a bar to millionaires when they won €71.7 million playing SuperEnalotto!

Those who enjoy the SuperEnalotto Italy lottery may also enjoy one of SISAL’s other famous lotteries such as the SuperEnalotto SuperStar, which offers added prize benefits and play options that expand on the popular SuperEnalotto. Alternatively, choose a multi-national lottery such as EuroMillions.

Learn about Italy SuperEnalotto Draws

The Italian SuperEnalotto lottery holds the record for one of the world's longest rollovers, spanning over a year!. For SuperEnalotto, the sky is the limit as this Italian lotto has no rollover or jackpot limit. The draws are held three times weekly. Select six numbers from a 1-90 guess range to play, and be sure to check SuperEnalotto results frequently to see if you've won the jackpot with an Italy lottery ticket! The lottery's highest jackpot ever was a gigantic €209 million top prize, won by a single ticket in August 2019!