Irish punters could win themselves €420 MILLION tonight – see how

18th Dec 2018
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PB_winnersAmerica’s famous lottery, the US Powerball, is hitting the headlines this week with the news that the famous €420 MILLION super jackpot is still up for grabs tonight. Irish residents have another shot at the bumper prize and could be winning bigger than ever before.

Until recently, you could only take part in the US Powerball if visiting the States. But now, Irish fans can bet on the outcome of the game, with a super jackpot up for grabs that’s BIGGER than the regular jackpot on offer in the US.

Three winners on this side of the Atlantic have already found themselves winning big prizes. One of those was a man from Bolton in the UK who bagged €1 million with lottery-betting website World Lottery Club.

Many predict that we may see our first Irish-based Powerball millionaire this year.

Just think about all the ways you could spend a €420 million jackpot:

  • Take the driver’s seat in a world famous Maybach Exelero, owned by Jay-Z – €6.6 million
  • Book a trip around the world visiting 20 countries in 20 days on a private Boeing 767 jet with 50 people of your choice – €12.1 million
  • Invest in a 29 bedroom mansion in Beverly Hills California – €74 million

You could have all of the above and still have money left in the bank to live out the rest of your life in luxury.

The dream starts here. Could you be the next big winner?

To celebrate tonight’s whopping €420 MILLION super jackpot, Insiderlifestyles has teamed up with World Lottery Club, who have over 500,000 members.

They’re offering new players a chance to double their luck with a free US 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 hereUS Powerball Bet 1 Get 1 Free

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World Lottery Club is licensed and regulated by the Irish National Excise Licence Office for Irish customers and has more than 500,000 players, T&C’s apply 18+. Gamble Responsibly. www.gambleaware.ie.