SuperEnalotto fever grips Italy againSaturday November 7th 2009
Many Italians will be holding their breath for the draw tonight as SuperEnalotto fever grips Italy again. This Italian lottery game is boasting one of Europe’s biggest jackpots this weekend and many lottery players will still be feeling the effects of the staggering lottery jackpot paid out by the SuperEnalotto earlier in the year.
Huge lottery jackpots always generate a huge amount of interest, whatever the country, but we saw earlier in the year that lottery fever seems to excite Italians more than any other nation.
The lottery jackpot for this Saturday’s drawing is currently standing at a staggering €82.5 million, although this is still a far cry from the record breaking €147.8 million earlier this year. However, lottery players in Italy will still be watching this lottery jackpot closely if it rolls over again this weekend, in the hope that the lottery jackpot record could be broken again this year. The SuperEnalotto plays three times weekly and if the drawing this Saturday does roll over, all eyes will turn to the next drawing on Tuesday when we could expect to see a massive upturn in lottery ticket sales, pushing the SuperEnalotto jackpot ever closer to a record breaking jackpot.
As with many lotteries, you can buy lottery tickets online for the SuperEnalotto, which is the quickest and safest way. After all with such a huge jackpot to play for this weekend, you would not want to be risking losing your ticket and ultimately unable to claim any big prize you may have won.