An Intro to Lotto Betting:
Betting on lottery results online is fairly straight forward. The difference is you are betting on the results of the lottery
rather than participating in the lottery itself. All this means is instead of going to a local store and buying a lottery ticket,
you can sit comfortably on your couch, pick your lucky numbers and place your bet. If you select the winning lottery numbers,
you are still paid out in full.
Another benefit of betting online via Jackpot.com is you not only have the opportunity to bet on local draws but on lotteries
from around the world like any British Lottery, Euro lottery, or American lottery.
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How betting on lottery online works:
You must first set up a Jackpot.com account. To do so click here
Then navigate to the lottery you want to bet on.
For example, if you want to try to scoop up the EuroMillions
, Powerball or Mega Millions
jackpot simply click on the lottery of your choice and pick your numbers.
Once you’ve selected your numbers, finish your transaction immediately or subscribe to the lottery and then complete your transaction.
Then all you have to do is sit back and wait for the results.
All lottery results are posted on the lottery’s results page
after each draw. However, if you won we will notify you via email and send you your winnings as soon as possible.
If you have questions you can contact Jackpot.com’s customer success team. You can reach the team via email, live chat, Facebook messenger or phone. To contact us click here
How to decide which lottery to bet on:
Two factors to consider are the jackpot amounts and the odds of winning.
Every lottery has different odds of winning. For example, the odds of winning any prize in the US Powerball lottery are 1 in 24.87
whereas the odds of winning any prize in the German Lotto
is 1 in 31.
As you know, the jackpots for each lottery also vary greatly. While both the US Powerball and German Lotto don’t have a maximum jackpot,
the US Powerball has a minimum jackpot of $40 million, while the German lotto has a minimum jackpot of €1 million.