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Sitting comfortably at home" You can win a recording-breaking $1.6 billion jackpot




Mega Millions, the huge multi-state American lottery, is offering a record jackpot prize of $1.6 billion ("1.4 billion) in its upcoming draw, after last Friday's drawing produced no winner of the grand prize. The previous record was set by Powerball, which awarded $1.586 billion to three lucky winners back in January 2016. Imagine winning so much money. Someone could win an incredible jackpot this week, so why shouldn't it be you"If you thought playing American lotteries was only possible if you were American, or if you traveled to the United States, think again. As the official Powerball website clearly states: "You do not have to be a [US] citizen or a resident to play the game." Anyone, the website confirms, can "purchase a Powerball ticket'" play the game and'" collect prizes."You can play Mega Millions and be in with a chance on winning its historic jackpot, without leaving your home in Malta.

To play Mega Millions from Malta, all you have to do is register at theLotter.com, the world's leading online lottery ticket purchasing service. At theLotter.com you will be able to purchase official Mega Millions lottery tickets, as well as entries to any of the other 50+ lotteries...

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