Superenalotto has reached its 25th birthday and since the first competition has distributed a total of 124 major prizes, becoming a popular phenomenon throughout Italy. On the podium of the most generous award we find Lodi, with 209 million won on August 13, 2019; Followed by 177 million won in Sperlonga in 2010 and 163 million won in Vibo Valentia in 2016.
More winnings with 2/3 euro coupons – In the first 5 wins, in three cases a dream come true with a single 2 or 3 euro card. Among the most awarded regions, Campania is in first place with 18 wins, followed by Lazio with 16, and Emilia-Romagna with 13. 6 are never made: Valle d’Aosta, Trentino Alto Adige and Molise. Among the cities, Rome is the city with the highest number of prizes achieved, as many as 10, for a total of over 132 million. Followed by Sassari, with 5 major prizes for a total of 111 million euros, while another 111 million euros was hit by Napoli, with 4 major prizes.
How to collect Superenalotto winnings – If you have guessed the 6 winning Superenalotto numbers (and not been dropped), you must organize yourself to collect your winnings. You have 90 days to get your “intact and original” game receipt to the Sisal Prize offices. They are two and they are located in Rome he’s at Milan. Often, to maintain our anonymity, we rely on professionals, lawyers or notaries, who, after signing a power of attorney (in which they also ask for a collection percentage of about 3%), introduce themselves to the sisal and collect the winnings on behalf of the customer.
Beware of taxes – But before spending all the winnings, we must remember that the state also laughs at them. In fact, as of March 1, 2020, with the change he made Budget Law No. 160 of December 27, 2019Profits exceeding 500 euros are taxed at the rate of 20%. The fact remains that when it comes to hundreds of millions, the remaining portion is still enough to indulge in more than just a whim.
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