SuperEnalotto Jackpot of €77.7 Million Won in Caorle

The SuperEnalotto jackpot was given away for the first time in five months last night as a lucky player pocketed €77.7 million to become the eighth biggest winner in the game’s history. The all-important ticket was bought in Caorle in Veneto, sparking excitement throughout the seaside town as locals wait for the winner to come forward.

The numbers drawn on Tuesday were 1, 8, 28, 54, 82 and 90, with Jolly 5 and SuperStar 25. The winner spent just €4.50 on a simple ticket with just five panels, and can now look forward to a lifetime of financial freedom and opportunity. Take a look at the SuperEnalotto Results page for a full prize breakdown from the latest draw.

The tobacconist in Viale Santa Margherita, which sold the winning ticket, has quickly become a hub of activity as customers and news reporters try to find out more about the winner. Katuscia Mattiuzzi, the daughter of the store’s owner, said: “We cannot believe it. Yes, somebody has won 77 million from us here.”

As the store is located in the heart of Caorle’s tourist area, Mattiuzzi added that she was not sure whether the jackpot winner was a local resident or a holidaymaker, but said she hoped that the lucky player would remember where they bought the ticket.

The SuperEnalotto jackpot had previously been won just once in 2017, after a ticket holder from Mestrino in Padua claimed €93.7 million on Saturday 25th February. Caorle is only about 120 km away from Padua and the latest success takes the total number of jackpot wins in the Veneto region to nine.

The SuperEnalotto jackpot will now reset to €17.2 million for the next draw on Thursday night, giving players the chance to dream of winning another top prize. You can choose numbers online or by visiting any authorised retailer in Italy.

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