People in the UK are waiting to find out if someone will be the winner of the upcoming MegaMillions jackpot.
It’s the final chance to win this month and as a one-off, Lottoland have boosted the jackpot to a monster-sized £347 million ⓘ.
The official draw takes place in the United States and our friends across the Atlantic do tend to do things by large, after all!
And that’s not all you’ll get when you sign up to Lottoland right now.
The popular lotto gaming site will also credit new customers with 30 Elephant scratchcards* as a welcome bonus.
Place your bets before Friday night as the results will be revealed in the early hours of Saturday morning.
Claim bonus scratchcards
Place a bet on the final MegaMillions jackpot of October with a jackpot of £347 million ⓘ.
You’ll instantly receive 30 Elephant scratchcards!
The US MegaMillions is among the biggest jackpots live right now and should someone in the UK win, they stand to receive one of the biggest online gambling payouts ever.
To claim you bet just follow this link and sign up with Lottoland.
Bets can be placed by picking five numbers between 1-70 and a Megaball from 1-25, and remember, your £2* bet also unlocks 30 Elephant Scratchcards.
This really is a special offer and a jackpot as big as £347 million ⓘ doesn’t come around every day.
With the added extra of 30 scratchcards available to new customers, it’s little surprise people are rushing to be on the big jackpot.
Click the link below to claim your new customer offer today.
Terms and conditions
*18+. Begambleaware.org. Offer applies to new players only. The promotion may only be redeemed once. These terms are supplemental to Lottoland’s Promotional Terms and Conditions which are found here.
Ⓘ Advertised jackpot is the MegaMillions tier 1 prize converted to pounds. At Lottoland, our jackpot payout will reflect compulsory tax deductions for US players, so tiers 1 to 3 are subject to a 38% reduction as per our Ts&Cs. We also reserve the right to issue payouts as a discounted lump sum or 30-year annuity.
Lottoland is not affiliated with the official Powerball lottery, the Multi-State Lottery Association or any State lottery.