BREAKING: US Powerball jackpot reaches £372 million and Brits can take part
WORLD LOTTERY CLUB
If you’re feeling like you’re due some luck then you might want to consider picking up a few numbers on one of the biggest lotteries in the world – the US Powerball Super Jackpot has hit £372 million and now UK residents can get in on the action.
In 2016 the US Powerball broke a world record – reaching £1.5 billion – and the huge prize was split between three lucky punters.
Rather than purchasing a ticket (an option only available in the States), gaming fans in the UK can bet on the outcome of international lottery results using worldlotteryclub.com, which is fully licensed and regulated by the UK Gambling Commission.
After World Lottery Club launched US Powerball, three winners on home soil have already found themselves hitting the jackpot. One of those was a man from Bolton who bagged £800,000.
What could you buy with £372 million?
We’ve all thought about how we’d spend that sort of money, but this could be your chance to own:
• A 13-bedroom Oxfordshire estate with private golf course and swimming pool – £35 million
• A multi-storey penthouse in the heart of New York – £57 million
• Take the driver’s seat in a limited-edition Bugatti Veyron – £2.6 million
That’s just £95 million in total – so you’d still have more than £277 million left in the bank, which would make you £16 million a year on interest alone.
Don’t miss out on this must-play jackpot
All sounds pretty good, right? To improve your chances of winning tonight’s £361 million prize, World Lottery Club has teamed up with The Daily Express.
When a new player places their first bet, World Lottery Club is offering them the chance to double their luck with a free Powerball bet.
To play for the US Powerball and enjoy a free bet today, head to worldlotteryclub.com and find out if you’ll be the lucky winner of this week’s super jackpot.
US Powerball is drawn in the USA every Wednesday and Saturday evenings at 23:00 EST (Thursday and Sunday 04:00 UK time (GMT +1hr during BST).
This article is sponsored by World Lottery Club.