ROLLOVER: Tonight's €455 million super jackpot could see Ireland’s biggest win

Find out how you can get a FREE chance on this massive US MegaMillions draw

It’s one of the world’s richest lottery draws and now Irish players can have a shot at winning the US MegaMillions with an outstanding jackpot of €455 million up for grabs.         

Previously, this was an exclusively American draw. But now, leading lottery betting website World Lottery Club, has opened up the opportunity for Irish players to get involved with a special super jackpot to be won which is BIGGER than the regular jackpot.

Only last year, it was reported that a man from Bolton in the UK scooped €1 million on the US Powerball through the website with smaller prizes been won weekly by their 500,000 members.

A monumental win like this would put you at 31st place on Ireland’s rich list, ahead of world famous dancer Michael Flatley.

So what could you do with a €455 million win?

  • You could sail the seas on your own 252 feet super yacht with room for 18 guests and its own helipad for only €76 million

  • You could own a plush 13-bedroom luxury Kildare mansion for a ‘cool’ €10 million

  • Or perhaps you could make a big difference to the lives of your 100 closest family and friends by giving them €1 million each – while still keeping a whopping €355 million for yourself.

We may see our first Irish-based MegaMillions millionaire this week, could it be you?

To take a chance at winning a mind-blowing €455 million, we have teamed up with

It’s offering new players a chance to double their luck with a FREE US MegaMillions bet when they purchase their first one for €3.00.

Buy one bet, get one FREE on the US MegaMillions super jackpot by clicking here

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.








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