EuroMillions Exclusive! Special offer for readers

Get 2 chances to win tonight’s jackpot for €3.50

Playing EuroMillions is now easier than ever

We’ve teamed up with new Irish lottery website www.multilotto.ie to offer our readers 2 tickets for Friday’s EuroMillions draw, which is up to a massive €108, 000, 000, for just €3.50.

Getting your tickets couldn’t be easier.

Simply visit Multilotto.ie and you’ll get your 2 tickets for Friday’s big draw.

Multilotto launched in Ireland in Spring 2017 and have been growing in popularity ever since. The company offer players the chance to buy tickets for lotteries from all over the planet, including America’s record-breaking Powerball and MegaMillions.

If you’re interested in an even bigger jackpot then you can have a crack at the Powerball this weekend, which is up to a staggering €561,900,000! Get your tickets for that one, here.

Lotteries from closer to home, including our very own Irish Lotto, are also available.

There’s also super cheap alternatives with great odds of winning like Polish Lotto and Mini Lotto.

You can now play the lotto from the comfort of your couch.

EuroMillions Exclusive! Special offer for readers

Play from home

Multilotto is the perfect option if you want to remove the hassle of having to go to the shops week in, week out to get your lottery tickets as you can do it all online from the comfort of your couch.

You can also set up rolling subscriptions for your favourite lotteries, so you can remove the hassle of buying tickets and the worry of missing out on that big win altogether.

If you enjoy playing lotto, but fancy trying your luck on something a little different then it’s likely Multilotto.ie will be right up your street.

Get your 2 tickets for Friday’s EuroMillions draw here.

Multilotto encourages responsible gaming. 18+ only. For more information please see this website: www.GambleAware.co.uk

 


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