€455 MILLION US jackpot would make you RICHER than some of Ireland’s top celebrities

There’s a HUGE amount of money to be won, could it be yours?

Irish punters are turning their attention to the USA this week with the news that a colossal €455 million super jackpot is still up for grabs.

Lottery fans are not only vying to win the top prize on tonight's US MegaMillions but are striving to become the biggest jackpot winner EVER in Ireland.

The MegaMillions is new to our shores as, until recently, you could only take part if you bought a ticket in the States.

But now, Irish residents can place a bet on the outcome of the game with leading lottery-betting website World Lottery Club. They've opened up the chance to win with a special super jackpot on offer that's BIGGER than the regular jackpot available in the US.

This bumper prize is far beyond the net worth of some Ireland’s best-known personalities.

So, where would you sit on the Irish celebrity rich list if you won?

  • Tonight's US MegaMillions winner - €455 million
  • TV talent show mogul Louis Walsh - €130 million
  • Popstar Niall Horan - €77 million
  • Footballer Robbie Keane - €52 million
  • Hollywood actor Pierce Brosnan - €50 million

Could you be the next big winner?

We’ve teamed up with Worldlotteryclub.com, giving you the chance to win this mind-blowing €455 million jackpot.

They’re 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.

Ts and Cs

18+. T&C’s apply. Offer available to new players only. World Lottery Club is licensed and regulated by the Irish National Excise Licence Office for Irish customers and has more than 500,000 players. Gamble Responsibly. GambleAware.ie

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