There’s €455 Million up for grabs in tonight’s US Mega Millions Super Jackpot and it could all go into Irish hands. You, now have the opportunity to hit the big time by placing a lottery bet on one of the world’s largest lotteries.
Until recently Irish could only buy Mega Millions tickets, which currently holds a record-breaking jackpot at €576 million in March 2012, if they go to the States. However, World Lottery Club, which is licensed and regulated by the Irish National Excise Licence Office, felt that Irish should get involved by launching US Mega Millions on their lottery betting website.
In 2017, Mega Millions have made a lot of new millionaires. A Texas construction worker, Eliberto L. Cantu, won a massive €156 million last March. In April, David Trapp from California won a cool €55 million. Now that it’s available here in the Ireland, we’re expecting our first 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 €455 Million?
- The top-of-the-range Gulfstream G650 private jet would only set you back €61 million
- A 24-bedroom – 50000 sq ft Hampshire mansion for a ‘cool’ €60 million
- Or how about entering an auction for a painting by Picasso valued at €42 million
That’s only €163 million in total! You would still have over €292 million left in the bank which would earn €15 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 €455 Million Super Jackpot, InsiderLifestyles has teamed up with Worldlotteryclub.com.
World Lottery Club is offering new players a chance to double their luck with a free US MegaMillions bet when they purchase their first one for €3.00.
World Lottery Club is licensed and regulated by the Irish National Excise Licence Office (Reference number 1012499) for Irish customers and has more than 500,000 players, T&C’s apply 18+. Gamble Responsibly. www.gambleaware.co.uk
*US Mega Millions is drawn in the USA every Tuesday and Friday evenings at 23:00 EST. (Wednesday & Saturday 04:00 Irish time (GMT +1hr during BST).