Choose 6 numbers from 90. If you get all of them right, you will almost be able to hear Pavarotti’s climactic 'Vincerò' (Victory!) from Nessun Dorma, probably accompanied by angels, and that jackpot will be even bigger than he was!
The “Jolly Number” (hey, lay off, we didn’t name it!) is a bonus. If five of your numbers are right then you'll pick up one of the still-impressive second prizes, but if number six matches the Jolly then your handsome payout gets even more attractive.
There are draws every Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday, which means the jackpot grows 50% faster than it does with a regular twice-weekly lottery.
You can find details of your winnings in each draw on the SuperEnalotto results page.
In terms of SA currency, The SuperEnalotto lotto jackpot minimum is R22.197 million. It is a prize that has no cap, so it grows and grows until somebody finally wins.
SuperEnalotto’s most humongous jackpot of R3.572 billion was carried off by a lucky Italian in 2019. This beats the previous record of R3.02 billion, won by a syndicate of 70 clever players from Milan back in 2010.
SA players might like the size of the prize, but the odds of winning the SuperEnalotto lotto jackpot are much longer than most: 1 in 622,000,000.
You can see how the prizes are tiered here.
Pick up your SuperEnalotto ticket today and bring the jackpot record to South Africa. Now it’s your turn to beat the odds and bag the biggest win!
|Prize Tier||Descriptionmatch||Average Prize||Odds of Winningodds|
|1||6||Jackpot||1 : 622,614,630|
|2||5||R1,143,017.06||1 : 1,250,230|
|3||4||R9,742.42||1 : 11,907|
|4||3||R672.45||1 : 327|
|5||2||R127.67||1 : 22|
* Jackpot amount is taken from the official draw website and is shown in Rands. Minor differences might occur.