The SuperEnalotto jackpot has been rolling over for months, and when you consider that the odds of winning it are just 1 in 622.6 million, it wouldn’t be at all surprising to see it roll over again on Thursday. That said, if you aren’t in the game then you have absolutely no chance of winning the jackpot when it does stop rolling, so if you think that might happen this week all you have to do is play 6 numbers from the range 01 to 90 and hope for the best. More details can be found on our SuperEnalotto page.
The odds of winning the jackpot in the EuroMillions game are 1 in 116.5 million, so jackpots tend to be won far more often than in the SuperEnalotto game. The jackpot rolled over for the fourth time in a row on Tuesday 21 February after no ticket matched all five main numbers (11, 14, 24, 25 and 29) as well as both Lucky Stars (07 and 11). With 13 prize tiers delivering consolation prizes to everyone who matches just two main numbers or better, you don’t need an extreme amount of luck to get a return from your ticket – something that the 1.99 million players who won a consolation prize last Tuesday would be happy to confirm!
There aren’t many ways in which an individual can legally obtain €50 million or more in the time it takes to pick a handful of numbers, but both the SuperEnalotto and EuroMillions games present you with that possibility. Buy your lottery tickets online today and if you don’t win €66 million in the SuperEnalotto game this Thursday you just might win the €54 million jackpot in the EuroMillions game on Friday! Good luck!