As recently reported by the Financial Times, Bankers and traders in the City of London and Canary Wharf are outspending the general public on the lottery in the hope to hit the big time. According to a local shop owner on one occasion a city banker purchased £15,000 worth of Euromillions tickets paying in bundles of £50 notes.
What they haven’t realised is that there are even larger jackpots available such as the US Powerball, which currently stands at a staggering £349 Million – more than SIX times the size of the Euromillions.
Until recently Brit’s weren’t able to get involved in the US Powerball, however, World Lottery Club, which is licensed and regulated by the UK Gambling Commission, felt that Brits should get the chance and has now launched the lottery on their 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 £35,450.00. 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 £349 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 £213 million left in the bank. Which would earn £13 million a year on interest alone!
This is clearly not a draw to miss out on
To take a chance at winning Saturday’s whopping £349 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 £2.00.
World Lottery Club is licensed and regulated by the UK Gambling Commission for UK customers and has more than 200,000 players, T&C’s apply 18+.