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3 bets for the price of 1 on tonight's Euro Lotto via code (New Customers Only
INSTRUCTIONS: 3 bets for the price of one via this code VCND3F1A Appears to be new customers only. If you win, I only want 20% please

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.

3 Lines For The Price of 1 Bet on Tuesday's £11 Million Jackpot Millionaire at Lottoland
INSTRUCTIONS: First time posting so hope its right 3 Lines For The Price of 1 Bet on Tuesday's £11 Million Jackpot Millionaire at Lottoland via vouchercodes Enter the voucher … Read more

Why is this cold??? Worked for me a minute ago.


£11.11 topcashback


Not sure why this is getting cold votes just used it and works great. Thanks op

Lottoland 2 Millionaire tickets & 10 Scratchcards 99p @ Lottoland
INSTRUCTIONS: £0.99p for 2 Millionaire Bets on Today's £57 Million Jackpot plus 10 Raid the Piggy Bank Scratch Cards at Lottoland TODAY ONLY I won 50p twice on the scratch ca… Read more

It's giving me 3 for the price of one Euro ticket when I enter the code: Please submit a EuroMillions ticket with a value of £6.00 or more to use this bonus!


Cheers OP, 60p on scratchcards, fingers crossed for tonight


Only cost me £0.55 as I had some credit and won £0.70. so got 2 Euro Millions for free. wish me luck lol.


Is it worth withdrawing any funds (60p) you have won?


Thank you - 70p profit and 2 tics for tonight. Heat 8)

3 For 1 Lines For Tonight's Millionaire Draw At Lottoland, With Vouchercloud Voucher Code
INSTRUCTIONS: Not sure if Lottoland is a syndicate site* - never used it before. Saw this offer on Vouchercloud, ends tonight. In the basket it says: 3 lines Draw: Fri Parti… Read more

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.


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Newest Lottoland Discount Codes:

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50%50% promo code off Millionaire Lotto Bets @ Lottoland17/11/2020
15%15% discount off Irish Lotto Subscription Bets @ Lottoland17/11/2020
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