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Until recently, Brits couldn’t get their hands on jackpots like those offered in the Powerball.
But times are changing! LottoGo.com, through their lottery betting** website allows Brits, who could only get involved in the Mega Millions if they bought a ticket in the States, to get involved in the Super Jackpots by placing a bet on the outcome of the Mega Millions.
Since doing so, there have already been two LottoGo.com Powerball winners here in the UK! Some are predicting a UK multi-million winner this year. In 2016 The Mirror reported that a man from Bolton scooped a huge £800,000. And recently, Nicholas Burns from Scotland won a cool £35,450. Some are predicting a UK multi-million winner this year. Could it be you?
But what could you actually buy with £369 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
This is clearly not a jackpot to miss out on.
We're offering new players a chance to double their luck with a free Powerball bet when they buy their first one for £2.50 - that's better than half price.
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*18+. Jackpot and Tier 2-3 winnings will be lower than advertised to match the actual cash value pay-outs made after all relevant deductions, including taxes. LottoGo.com Terms and Conditions apply.
**Lottery betting is making a bet on the result of the official lottery draw — specifically, which lottery balls (numbers) will be drawn. LottoGo.com does not operate a lottery. Members place bets on the outcome of national lotteries. Official lottery tickets and insurance are purchased based on the bets placed so that all winnings are equal to the cash option of national lottery winnings.