Both the US MegaMillions and Powerball hit the headlines this month when their bumper rollover jackpots were won. However, Irish have another chance to win big with the latest life-changing prize up for grabs.
There’s a €448 Million US MegaMillions super jackpot waiting to be won tonight. Lottery fans across Ireland are hoping luck is on their side as they strive to hit the big time.
Until recently we could only buy MegaMillions when visiting the States. But now, leading lottery-betting website LottoGo.com, has opened up the opportunity for Ireland residents to get involved.
Players can place a bet on the outcome of the game with a special super jackpot to be won which is BIGGER than the regular jackpot itself.
There’s already been some big prize winners to date with one lucky punter from Bolton, who wishes to remain anonymous, taking home €900,000 through the website with smaller prizes been won weekly by their 500,000 members.
Just think about how you could spend €448 Million:
- Invest in a Buckinghamshire mansion with 40 acres, only a ‘mere’ €10 million
- Explore the world on a 237-foot Dunya Axioma super yacht with a 3D cinema and infinity pool for just €60 million
- Or make a big difference to the lives of your 10 closest family and friends by giving them €1 million each
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 €448 Million super jackpot, Insiderlifestyles has teamed up with LottoGo.com.
They’re offering new players a chance to double their luck with a free US MegaMillions bet when they purchase their first one for €3.00.
LottoGo.com 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).