SuperEnalotto finally breaks recordThursday September 30th 2010
You may well have been following our updates on this lottery game as rigidly as we have been following the progress of the jackpot itself. We can finally bring the news that lottery players all over the world have been waiting for. The SuperEnalotto finally breaks its record after yet again failing to produce a winner from the Tuesday evening draw. It is not unusual for SuperEnalotto to climb for many weeks, but since its record breaking jackpot in August of last year, the jackpot has been won falling short of the €147.8 million it boasted back then.
Hopes have been high for this lottery game in recent weeks, with many daring to hope that SuperEnalotto may just do it again. With another draw taking place tonight, there will now be a new record breaking lottery jackpot of €149.2 million up for grabs.
Since the last draw which took place on Tuesday there has been an obvious rise in ticket sales. This is evident in how much the jackpot has risen between draws in comparison to previous weeks. This time last week we saw the SuperEnalotto jackpot rise by €1.4 million after the draw on Tuesday. This week it has risen by a staggering €2.7 million, which is almost double. As a new SuperEnalotto jackpot has now been set, we can expect to see this lottery jackpot climb more steeply with each draw that fails to produce a winner. So don’t miss out on your chance to win an amazing record breaking lottery jackpot by making sure you get your lotto ticket for this game right away.
Written by Peter Kirkham