Or this one 2 EuroMillions Bets & 10 Scratch cards for only 98p (from full price of £6.00). The current jackpot size for the EuroMillions is £131 Million. http://affiliateempire.net/?a=75229&c=3093&s1=social
3 Lines For The Price of 1 Bet on Tuesday's £11 Million Jackpot Millionaire at Lottoland
How their system works (from a comment made on their website) At Lottoland you are not buying official lottery tickets, rather you are betting on the outcome. For the player this usually works out the same as if you had bought an official lottery ticket. The odds are the same as are the prizes if you win. The price of a ticket is also usually similar depending on the the currency exchange rate and the cost of insuring that lottery. If you win, you win what you would had you bought an official ticket. This has a few important ramifications. First it affects how you split a prize. If you win and no one else on the official lottery wins you are treated as the sole winner and would take 100% of the pot to yourself. If 1 person wins the official lottery and you win, then you are treated as if you were the 2nd winner and you would claim 50% of the pot. And so on. So there could indeed be hundreds of people becoming multimillionaires splitting the jackpot but it is highly, highly unlikely unless perhaps a very popular lottery combination were the winning numbers. Secondly, the amount of prize money you pay and how you are paid depends on which country runs the official lottery. For European lotteries like EuroMillions, Eurojackpot, SuperEnaLotto etc you will win 100% lump sum since most European countries do not tax gambling winnings. For US lotteries like Powerball or Mega Millions you would take the prize as an annuity, paid out over 29 years and subtracting 35% tax (this is an average as state taxes vary from state to state). While we understand some people may see this as unfair, it is no different from what you would recieve buying an official lottery ticket - Powerball and Mega Millions set their advertised jackpot figures based on taking the prize as an annuity (which results in overall less tax). For the vast majority of prizes the money will be paid out of Lottoland profits as a normal part of business operations. However, when jackpot starting reaching the hundreds of millions in GBP we must use insurance companies in order to underwrite such large amounts of money. This is why for the recent Powerball draw for example our ticket price was continually rising. The insurance companies put up their premiums with the size of the jackpot and the liklihood of someone winning (depending on tickets sold) so Lottoland must also increase out ticket prices or lose money on every ticket sold. This is the one instance where buying an official ticket would be much cheaper, however for most lotteries buying an official ticket means being physically present in that country or state to both buy your ticket and collect your prize. Lotteries like Powerball which still sell physical tickets can also run out or lead to hour long queues when there is a high demand, as happened in the United States for the $billion jackpot. If you doubled the jackpot and won £2 billion for example, you would win that whole amount, paid for by the insurance companies, although usually our insurance premiums for such a high amount would be so astronomical Lottoland would shut off the Double Jackpot feature as we did for the Powerball jackpot.
Vouchercloud link here https://www.vouchercloud.com/lottoland-vouchers/978173/exclusive-3-for-1-on-the-euromillions-99m-rollover-tonight-discount-voucher-code
Best Lottoland deals from our community
Posted 23rd Oct 2018Posted 23rd Oct 2018
Lottoland new player offer. £1 deposit and bet placed, £7.35 cashback via TCB£1
Looks like a decent offer. Other options are: £5.01 - £10 deposit and bet placed = £12.60 cashback £10.01 + deposit and bet placed = £15.75 cashback No harm is trying. £6.35 profi… Read more
Yes, I signed in to the site and clicked contact them....I then wrote a bit about how I think they're a huge con and how they shouldn't be encouraging gambling in the way they do (by threatening admin fees for inactive accounts) and said I just want my account closing. They replied a few days later saying my account was now closed.
Have you managed to get them to close your account? They're not repsonding to my emails (mad)
I have just run into this problem too... Apparently it's £5 a month administration fees.... Hahaha absolutely gobsmacked at the cheek of it.
Be aware these clowns try to charge you if account is left inactive. If you have a small balance left you cannot close account and cannot spend small balance
Cold . Offer for new customers only. But they auto subscribe and no offers and full price for existing customers . So be careful if signing with them .
Posted 13th Jul 2018Posted 13th Jul 2018
EuroMillionaire Lotto Bet - £15 million 3 bets for £3 @ Lottoland£3
Had message from Lotto land. They are offering 3 bets for £3 for tonights £15m Euromillionaire
They overcharged me during a promotion didn't refund the wrong amount. I was told I use the website incorrectly. Imagine trying to claim your winnings with these jokers.
Is it really that bad? I never knew this and have been using them for the last few years
It not lottoland Its Looterland.
Fake idiots, how they are allowed to do business with honest people if they are not.... WAKE UP PEOPLE, if you want to buy lottery tickets buy JUST from official nation lottery website, not this hooligans
Thanks for the reviews. was tempted but not now. (y)
Posted 20th Apr 2018Posted 20th Apr 2018
CLICK LINK- £112m Superdraw - 2 x Bets Plus 5 Scratch cards £1.99 @ LottoLand£1.99
For tonight draw, new customers only... 2 bets plus 5 x 777 scratchcards for £1.99 https://www.lottoland.co.uk/shoppingcart?awc=5981_1524249985_c22958e752c4e94560887a55e55f76b4&… Read more
Due to recent legal action Lottoland had been allowing bets on the Euro millions to take place since Camelot won in court, Lottoland now offers bets based on the Swiss Loto Express instead. The bet is kept lower than normal euro millions ticket prices to tempt punters to their betting syndicate instead of Camelots Euromillions draw held on the same days. Similar to the health lottery adverts stating we are cheaper than the national lottery, hope that helps.
As said before this is Lotto Betting - and can be dodgy in terms of winning the big ticket lottos. Would advise against it personally.
I did the groupon lottoland & won ! So when registering you have to send a scan of your drivers license to verify identity, I never got a response , emails went unanswered, their was no way I could claim my winnings
Never paid cashback how can trust with my cash
damn this sounds dodgy now
"What is Lotto Betting?← About Lottoland Lotto betting is placing a bet on the outcome of an official lottery draw.At Lottoland you are placing bets on the outcome of lotteries instead of entering official lottery draws. You are able to bet on the outcome of various official lottery draws from around the world at Lottoland. For instance, with specific regard to EuroMillions, you are betting on the outcome of the draw that takes place in Paris every Tuesday and Friday." "Are my winnings taxable? Lottoland are pleased to confirm that you do not pay any tax on your winnings when you claim them from Lottoland. However, you are responsible for paying any taxes due to your own Government when depositing into your Bank Account. In the case of any large win Lottoland would suggest that you seek Independent Financial Advice." "EU Lotto Limited, is a company registered in Gibraltar with company number 109514. Our address is Suite A, Ocean Village Promenade, Ocean Village, Gibraltar GX11 1AA. EU Lotto is licensed by the Government of Gibraltar and regulated by the Gibraltar Gambling Commissioner under the Gibraltar Gambling Act 2005 (Licence: RGL 085 & 066), and is licensed and regulated by the Gambling Commission of Great Britain for customers in Great Britain (Licence: 000-038991-R-319408-005). EU Lotto Limited has a Remote Bookmaker’s Licence issued by the Irish National Excise Licence Office (Reference Number 1011284) for lotto betting activities in the Republic of Ireland. "
Posted 16th Oct 2017Posted 16th Oct 2017
Free Irish Lottery Bet (Sign Up Required, No CC needed) @ Lottoland
Right now you can get a free lottery bet for the next Irish Lotto draw with Lottoland. Available to everyone, no payment details needed, and you could walk away with a tidy sum fo… Read more
No more free bets left :( thanks though Pretty cheeky though, checked my emails and found one charging me for my supposed free bet! So emailed the company requesting cancellation of my account.
New accounts only (annoyed) guttediam. Heat giving
Thanks for the deal! voted hot, once I found it - the website changes the address once you've clicked on it so the direct link to get to the offer is: https://www.lottoland.co.uk/free?lottery=euroMillions&sid=ocar_single_p1_ltemlo1free_0.00gbp_uk_promotions.page_none&utm_campaign=FREE