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One of the America’s most famous games, the US Mega Millions, is known worldwide for its out-of-this-world prize pots and is now capturing the attention of Australian residents who finally have the opportunity to get involved online.
Big jackpot fans across Australia are hoping luck is on their side as they strive to scoop a prize on Saturday’s jackpot worth a whopping $28 Million*!
Previously, Australians could only get involved in the Mega Millions if they bought a ticket in the States.
But now, leading lottery website LottoGo.com.au have launched a new Mega Millions offer, allowing players to join forces with other Mega Millions fans online.
The licensed website, with over 1,000,000 members worldwide, can sell US lottery tickets to Aussies who want to participate. Players pay a much lower price to own a share of more tickets than they normally would as a single player with this new offer, therefore boosting everyone’s chances of winning a prize.
If your numbers are drawn, the prize is shared equally, meaning lots of people could win big at one time.
You still have time to get your lines!
We’ve teamed up with lottery website LottoGo.com.au giving you access to this amazing offer.
New players now have even more chances to win with 10 lines for just $2* on the US Mega Millions!
Just visit LottoGo.com.au today and join for FREE to get this fantastic introductory offer.
LottoGo.com.au is licensed and regulated by the Northern Territory Government of Australia for Australian customers (For full details of LottoGo.com’s Regulatory Body please see T&Cs Apply) and has more than 1,000,000 players. Think! About your choices. Gamble Responsibly. Call Gambling Help on 1800 858 858. www.gamblinghelponline.org.au LottoGo.com.au does not accept customers from South Australia.
*18+. Deductions & T&Cs Apply. Winnings will be divided proportionally between the syndicate group. Each ticket is a 1/50th share. Winning amounts listed are calculated and credited in AUD. Amounts may differ due to exchange rate fluctuations.