Although we know that the SuperEnalotto will definitely establish a new record for the biggest SuperEnalotto jackpot as soon as the next win occurs, we don’t yet know if that record jackpot will be landed by an individual, a lottery syndicate or shared between two or more winning tickets. If the jackpot is won by a single individual then that lucky winner will also establish the record for the biggest individual win in SuperEnalotto history, which is quite a claim to fame!
Should the SuperEnalotto jackpot be won outright by a lottery syndicate then a new record for the biggest win by a single ticket would still be established, but obviously the prize money itself would be shared between the syndicate members. Those of you who haven’t considered playing the SuperEnalotto game as part of a lottery syndicate before might want to do so, as it gives you a simple way of increasing your chances of winning without increasing your personal outlay. All you have to do is team up with a few friends, put your cash together, buy tickets and agree to share whatever prize money you win as a result.
If the current SuperEnalotto jackpot ends up being won by two or more tickets then the jackpot would naturally be shared equally between the winning tickets. In that case the new record for the biggest SuperEnalotto jackpot of all time would still be established, but there may not be any new record set for the biggest individual win.
Whenever the SuperEnalotto jackpot is won, one of the above scenarios is sure to unfold, and if you want to give yourself a chance of being involved then all you have to do is buy SuperEnalotto tickets online. You can also play EuroMillions online for a chance of winning €15 million this Friday 29 October. Good luck and be sure to let us know if you win big!