LONDON, England -- (PRESS RELEASE) -- The EuroJackpot lottery is offering a record setting jackpot of €29 million, or approximately £24.3 million, and the rules dictate that the jackpot must be paid out today.
This Friday might be the 13th EuroJackpot draw, but it is cause to celebrate: the jackpot has grown to a new record size after twelve rollovers, prompting a forced payout of the jackpot by the organisers.
The National Lottery does not offer the EuroJackpot lottery, however, British players are still able to play their lucky numbers at Lottoland.com, fully licensed by the UK Gambling Commission. Furthermore, the DoublePot option on offer at Lottoland grows the EuroJackpot grand prize to a startling €58 million (£48.6 million)- far exceeding the EuroMillions draw on Friday, which pales at a mere €44 million (£37 million).
It is perhaps worth noting that while the odds of winning the grand prize of the EuroJackpot are approximately 1:59 million, the EuroMillions odds are considerably longer at 1:117 million, making the EuroJackpot a bargain in comparison.
In these straitened times, the better odds and bigger payouts with the EuroJackpot at Lottoland.com are perhaps just the ticket: the Money Back Guarantee for new customers puts the realms of the super-rich just a click away.
Lottoland.com offers players a legal way of placing bets on lotteries such as the EuroMillions and EuroJackpot online. Lottoland has an official license from the UK Gambling Commission. It is fully compliant with European regulations and takes serious youth protection measures.
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