Italy Lotto Results, Jackpots, & Fun Facts!

By Nicholas Christensen
Last Updated: September 12, 2019
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GameWinning NumbersDetails
SuperStar
Regular Numbers
9
18
26
43
60
79
Additional
35
Bonus
57
Jackpot
€68,400,000
Draw Date
Next Draw
SuperEnalotto
Regular Numbers
9
18
26
43
60
79
Bonus
57
Jackpot
€66,400,000
Draw Date
Next Draw
Lotto
Regular Numbers
10
20
42
52
54
Jackpot
€2,817,385
Draw Date
Next Draw
MillionDAY
Regular Numbers
16
19
24
26
47
Jackpot
€1,000,000
Draw Date
Next Draw

Get to know more about lotteries in Italy. We offer more than just results! Learn about the different lottery operators and their biggest games in the sections below. You can also compare between the three to find out which game suits your play style best.

About Lotto in Italy

Three of the biggest lotteries in Italy include: SuperEnalotto, Lotto, and MillionDAY. Each of these lotteries is operated by a different governing body.

Sisal is the organization that is in charge of SuperEnalotto, arguably the most popular of all the Italian lotteries. The company, which was founded in 1946, is responsible for promoting and conducting the thrice-a-week game. Sisal also provides other games of chance and payment services.

In the case of Italy’s Lotto game, the governing body is known as Lottomatica SpA – a government-licensed Italian company that was launched in 1990. Please note that sometimes Lotto is referred to as Lottomatica, but its full name is actually Il Gioco del Lotto.

Finally, MillionDAY is operated by International Game Technology PLC, a worldwide provider of lotteries, gaming machines, and a variety of online and offline betting games. The company launched MillionDAY in Italy last February 2018.

List of Italian Lotteries

SuperEnalotto with SuperStar

Notorious for being the most difficult lottery in the world to win, SuperEnalotto has truly unbelievable odds of winning and equally unbelievable jackpots. Starting at €2 million, the SeperEnalotto grand prize rolls over every draw, has no maximum ceiling, and is among the biggest as far as lotteries go.

To play the base game, you just have to pick 6 numbers from 1 to 90. Match all the numbers with the official draw and you’re on your way to millions. A seventh, bonus Jolly number is also drawn to determine secondary prize winners.

One of the more popular game modes, SuperStar, introduces an additional number to be matched. This number is drawn from a separate pool and could award players with even greater prizes.

SuperEnalotto has draws every Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday evening at 8:00 PM CET.

Italy Lotto

Il Gioco del Lotto, or simply Lotto, is offered exclusively in Italy by Lottomatica. The game features relatively better odds of winning, but also much smaller jackpots.

The jackpot is capped at €6 million, and roll overs do not occur. It also has separate draws that take place independently. The first takes place in Rome, which also covers Florence and Cagliari. The second is in Milan, which covers Geona, Turin, and Venice. And the third one in Naples covers Bari and Palermo.

Regardless of drawing location however, all Italy Lotto draws take place on the same days: Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Saturdays at 8:00 PM CET.

*The results displayed above are for Lottomatica Rome.

MillionDAY

The newest game to make it to this list, Italy’s MillionDAY lottery has quickly grown in popularity due to its favorable odds of winning and impressive grand prize.

Just pick 5 numbers from 1 to 55 and you can take home the €1 million jackpot. Secondary prizes are also up for grabs.

MillionDAY has draws every evening at 7:00 PM CET.

Italian Lottery Schedule

SuperEnalottoTuesdays, Thursdays, Saturdays8:00 PM
Italy LottomaticaTuesdays, Thursdays, Saturdays8:00 PM
MillionDAYEveryday7:00 PM

Italian Lottery Winners

Here are some of the most notable lottery wins from Italy:

  • The biggest lottery jackpot from Italy is currently €209,160,441. This was for the August 13, 2019 drawing of SuperEnalotto. The jackpot reached the all-time high after more than a year of rollovers. The winner’s identity was not revealed, but they purchased their ticket in Lodi, a city in the region of Lombardy.
  • For Lottomatica’s Lotto game, the biggest recorded jackpot is €3,124,750. This was for the January 7, 2014 drawing. The winning ticket was purchased in Villa Agnedo in the province of Trento.

Can lottery winners from Italy stay anonymous?

Yes. Italian law allows lottery winners to retain their anonymity.

Italy Lotto Information

Odds of Winning Italian Lotteries

Looking for a comparison of your winning chances between the three lotteries listed above? Take a look at the table below to get a quick idea of which Italian lottery might give you the best shot at winning.

Jackpot OddsOverall Odds
SuperEnalotto1 in 622,614,6301 in 20
Italy Lotto1 in 43,949,2681 in 18
MillionDAY1 in 3,478,7611 in 17

Italy Lotto Tickets and Age Restrictions

Players in Italy are required by law to be at least 18 years old in order to play the lottery.

Lottery tickets are available from authorized retailers – both online and offline.

Can international players play Italian lotteries online?

Only players who have a registered Italian address can legally play on the official websites. Italian citizens outside of Italy are permitted to play.

For other international players, a good option is to check out third-party services like theLotter for all their online lottery needs. Other authorized lottery concierge services are also available.

Italian Lottery Taxes

Taxes apply for lottery winnings in Italy. The rate depends on the game.

For SuperEnalotto, the tax rate is 12% for prizes exceeding €500. For Lotto, the tax rate is 8%.

MillionDAY prizes are also taxed, but the advertised prizes are already inclusive of the deductible amount. That means players will receive MillionDAY prizes as advertised in full.

Prize Claiming

Prize claiming is different for each operator.

For SuperEnalotto (and other Sisal games)

Purchased from a retailer:

  • Up to €520: Can be claimed from any authorized retailer, dedicated payment center, and Sisal office.
  • Over €520, up to €5,200: Can be claimed from the shop where you bought your ticket, any dedicated payment center and Sisal office.
  • Over €5,200, up to €52,000: Can be claimed from dedicated payment centers and Sisal offices.
  • Over €52,000: Can be claimed from Sisal offices.

Purchased online:

  • Up to €5,200: Automatically credited to your account.
  • Over €5,200: You will be issued a unique ticket code and you may claim your prize at dedicated payment centers ad Sisal offices.

For Lotto

Purchased from a retailer:

  • Up to €543.48: Can be claimed at any authorized retailer.
  • Over €543.48, up to €2,300: Can be claimed from the shop where you bought your ticket.
  • Over €2,300, up to €10,500: Can be claimed at any authorized retailer where you can choose your preferred payment method.
  • Over €10,500: Can be claimed from the Lottomatica main office. You can also visit any Banca Intesa Sanpaolo branch to claim your prize.

Purchased online:

  • Up to €10,500: Automatically credited to your account.
  • Over €10,500: Can be claimed from the Lottomatica main office. You can also visit any Banca Intesa Sanpaolo branch to claim your prize.

For MillionDAY

Purchased from a retailer:

  • €2 and €50 prizes: Can be claimed at any authorized retailer.
  • €1,000 prizes: Can be claimed from the store where you purchased the ticket. You can also visit other retailers to arrange a bank transfer.
  • €1 million prizes: Can be claimed from the Lottomatica main office. You can also visit any Banca Intesa Sanpaolo branch to claim your prize.

Purchased online:

  • €2, €50, and €1,000 prizes: Automatically credited to your account.
  • €1 million prizes: Can be claimed from the Lottomatica main office. You can also visit any Banca Intesa Sanpaolo branch to claim your prize.