Just a couple of days ago we bought you news of the Italian Lottery rolling over to produce a massive jackpot of €145,400,000! Yesterday saw the draw produce no matches to win this amount and that means that theSuperenalotto jackpot approaches a record high, just €300,000 short of the record set in August 2009 by the Italian Lottery.
The previous world record jackpot from Superenalotto came about after a staggering eight months of rollovers and if there are no jackpot winners on Tuesday then the Superenalotto will boast the biggest ever jackpot from a lottery (if won by a single player)!
It was a single lottery ticket that bagged the last record breasking jackpot for Superenalotto and reports were that the winner purchased their ticket in Bagnone, a small Italian town about 120km away from Florence. Ugo Verni, a 47 year old local man, was reported as being the jackpot winner but we haven’t seen or heard anything about the lucky winner since he became a mega millionaire.
As many will say “You have to be in it to win it” we don’t want our readers to miss the chance of being the next mega millionaire and it could be you if you click the link above and purchase a Superenalotto ticket in time for the next draw on Tuesday!