10 Aug 2022

Is someone from Offaly about to win €241m? Buy one get one free tickets for the world’s biggest lotto.

Someone from Offaly could win €241m this weekend

Mega Millions

Someone from Offaly could win €241m this weekend

A new generation of Irish lottery players, including many from right here in Leinster, are switching things up by playing the world’s biggest jackpots.

It’s all down to new lottery company, who specialise in offering customers the chance to play the world’s biggest lotteries.

The biggest lottery in the world right now is America’s €241m Mega Millions. The draw takes place in the early hours of Saturday morning and you can get in on the act with some buy one get one free tickets. Your 2 chances to win a fortune will cost you just €2.50. You can get your tickets here.

America’s Powerball is also available at Multilotto
The world’s biggest jackpots

As well as Mega Millions, Multilotto gives customers the chance to go for plenty more big jackpots from around the world.
Chief among them is America’s Powerball – officially the world’s biggest lottery that once created a £1.1 billion jackpot

There are also several exciting lotteries from across Europe, including EuroJackpot, which offers similar sized jackpots to EuroMillions, but better odds of winning and is cheaper at €2 a shot.

Spain’s El Gordo is another of the better-known jackpots on offer, while Italy’s SuperEnalotto – Europe’s largest weekly state lottery – is also available.

However, the biggest jackpot in the world right now belongs to Mega Millions.

If you fancy trying something a little different you can get your buy one get one free tickets here.

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