There is a massive prize to be won
Somebody in Britain could become a multi-millionaire with a £3 bet on the outcome of Saturday’s PowerBall jackpot.
The jackpot has been growing for weeks with widespread anticipation growing as the event approaches.
But now, excitement levels have peaked, with the grand prize reaching a mammoth sum of £295 million ⓘ.
You read that right – two hundred and ninety-five million ⓘ pounds – that’s huge!
Should someone in Britain place a bet and correctly guess the numbers on Saturday, they stand to take home one of the biggest online gambling payouts ever!
The regular cost of a single bet on PowerBall is £3.
By getting 2 bets for only £3*, you’ll enjoy a 50% discount.
Bets can be placed either by picking the numbers yourself or using the Quick Pick feature on Lottoland.
PowerBall is a popular lottery drawn twice a week in the US, where people must choose five numbers between 1-69 and a ‘PowerBall’ from 1-26.
The next draw is on Sunday morning around 4am but, typically, people in the UK place their bets on Saturday night.
People can bet on the outcome with Lottoland, who recently made headlines when a 50-year-old man from the north-east won a £5.1 million jackpot by betting on the Irish Lotto.
Mr Logan said about his record-breaking windfall:
“I’ve had the odd little win here and there, but I’ve never won anything like this amount of money!”
If you’re interested in joining Lottoland, use the link below and you’ll claim their exclusive one-per-person deal which gives you 2 bets for only £3* on this week’s £295 million ⓘ PowerBall jackpot.
Terms and conditions
*18+. Begambleaware.org. Offer applies to new players only. The promotion may only be redeemed once.
ⓘ Advertised jackpot is the PowerBall tier 1 prize converted to pounds. At Lottoland, our jackpot payout will reflect compulsory tax deductions for US players, so tiers 1 to 3 are subject to a 38% reduction. Payout issue as discounted lump sum. These terms are supplemental to Lottoland’s Promotional Terms and Conditions which are found here.
Lottoland is not affiliated with the official PowerBall lottery, the Multi-State Lottery Association or any State lottery.