There’s a new way to play lottery in Ireland

Lottery players from Ireland are getting 3 EuroMillions tickets for €3.50. Find out how you can do the same.

There's a new way to play EuroMillions

Ireland just got luckier

‘The luck of the Irish’… it’s certainly a well-worn expression, however a brand-new lottery company is breathing fresh life into the old saying by offering Irish players more opportunities to hit the jackpot than ever before.

The company in question is Multilotto, a well-established Scandinavian business that has been offering players in Sweden and the Nordics the chance to win millions on a wide range of international lotteries since 2012. offers customers the opportunity to bet on the world's biggest lotteries, including EuroMillions, in order to win the same prizes, including the jackpot.

Multilotto have just launched their Irish website at and are offering new players who join 3 EuroMillions tickets for just €3.50.

You can do the same by following the link Multilotto.

But that’s not all.

Multilotto are also offering Irish players the chance to win other big lotteries from Europe and beyond.

Chief among the lotteries on offer at Multilotto are Powerball and Mega Millions – super lotteries from the United States that offer eye-watering jackpots.

There could be a Powerball winner from Ireland in the future

Ireland has the Power

Powerball is the world’s biggest lottery. The American giant created a record-breaking $1.5 billion (€1.3bn) jackpot in January 2016 and has created several other jackpots in excess of half a billion dollars.

The record-breaking January 2016 jackpot sent a wave of lottery fever across the US, as millions of players rushed to buy tickets from across 44 states.

In the end the jackpot was split three ways. Two of the winning ticket holders came forward soon after the draw, but it took six months for the final winners to come forward - a very lucky couple from Chino Hills, California.

In the future, we could be talking about a lucky couple from County Kildare!

Irish customers can now buy tickets for US lotteries including Mega Millions

Mega Millions lands in Ireland

While Powerball grabbed the headlines in January 2016, Mega Millions is responsible for creating the second and third biggest jackpots of all time.

The second biggest was a whopping $656 million in 2012, that was split between three winning tickets from Kansas, Illinois and Maryland.

The third biggest ever jackpot weighed in at hefty €648 million, with the bounty eventually divided in half between winners from California and Georgia.

Irish customers can get 3 chances to win EuroMillions for just €3.50

EuroMillions - 3 tickets for €3.50

While Powerball and Mega Millions offer top prizes comparable to the GDP of several small nations, there’s no denying the good old EuroMillions, with jackpots capable of hitting heights of €190m, is still a cracker of a lottery.

And, Multilotto’s introductory offer of 3 tickets for Europe’s premier lottery for just €3.50, is pretty special too.

You can collect your EuroMillions offer at Multilotto today. promotes responsible gambling. Need help? Contact the National Gambling Helpline at 1800 753 753. Over 18’s only. offers customers the opportunity to bet on the world's biggest lotteries, including EuroMillions, in order to win the same prizes, including the jackpot.

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