BREAKING: UK’s BIGGEST Jackpot of £372 Million set for TONIGHT

15th Dec 2017
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Brits now have the opportunity to hit the big time by placing a lottery bet on one of the world’s largest lotteries. There’s £372 Million up for grabs in tonight’s US Powerball Super Jackpot and it could all go into British hands.

Until recently Brits could only buy Powerball tickets if they go to the States. However, World Lottery Club, which is licensed and regulated by the UK Gambling Commission, felt that Brits should get involved by launching US Powerball on their lottery betting website.

Since launching the US Powerball there have already been two big US Powerball winners through World Lottery Club here in the UK. In 2016 The Mirror reported that a man from Bolton scooped a huge £800,000 and only last month, Nicholas Burns from Scotland won a cool £35,450. Some are predicting a UK multi-million winner this year. Could it be you?

Winning such a large amount of cash would mean you could practically do anything.

But what could you actually buy with £372 Million?

  • The top-of-the-range Gulfstream G650 private jet would only set you back £51 million
  • A 24-bedroom – 50000 sq ft Hampshire mansion for a ‘cool’ £50 million
  • Or how about entering an auction for a painting by Picasso valued at £35 million

That’s only £136 million in total! You would still have over £236 million left in the bank, which would earn £12 million a year on interest alone!

This is clearly not a jackpot to miss out on.

To take a chance at winning tonight’s whopping £372 Million, Insiderlifestyles has teamed up with Worldlotteryclub.com.

World Lottery Club is offering new players a chance to double their luck with a free Powerball bet when they purchase their first one for £2.50.

Buy one bet, get one free on the US Powerball Super Jackpot by clicking here.US Powerball Buy 1 Get 1 Free

World Lottery Club is licensed and regulated by the UK Gambling Commission for UK customers and has more than 500,000 players, T&C’s apply 18+. Gamble Responsibly. www.gambleaware.co.uk