It’s undeniable that the Internet has made a huge relation to reading books. From communication to commerce, so many things can now be practiced online. Lotteries from all over the world are now open to you without your even leaving your personal machine seat – all thanks to the internet doglotto. Instead of choosing the stale old lotteries in your area, you can now play at bigger lotteries in countries with even larger jackpots. Here are some of the jackpot hotspots from all over the lotto-playing globe.
El Gordo (Spain)
It’s not a far-off statement to say that every online lottery website in cyberspace now offers gamble for El Gordo, the largest lottery in Italy and arguably one of the largest on the planet. Whereas most other lotteries have prizes to the tune of billions of dollars, El Gordo markets that it has up to $3 thousand in prizes to award. Add that to the tax-free lottery systems of Europe, and you’ve got yourself a very enticing lottery game indeed.
You won’t, however, be getting all those digits in your bank account should your gamble get drawn. In this Spanish game, acquire shares of cards (usually in tenths) that have numbers to them. You then wait for the draw and cross your palms that your numbers will get drawn.
One of the biggest lottery games in Europe, it’s a good game to consider if you’ll be playing in online lotteries. The EuroMillions game holds many of the record-breaking jackpots from the last few years, most notable of which is Dolores McNamara’s EUR115 million (about $152 million) windfall – the largest individual payout in the world to date. It’s also worth playing as an online lottery because all prizes in the EuroMillions game are given lump-sum and tax-free, making your win much, much sweeter.
Huge Millions (Multi-state, US) and Powerball (Multi-state, US)
Although taxes and write offs eat up a good piece – many, in fact – of Huge Millions and Powerball jackpots, some of the bigger jackpot winners are still left with remarkable amounts on their prize checks. The two winners of the biggest Huge Millions jackpot to date – an advertised $390 million – for example, would split the after-tax prize of $140 million. Powerball prizes aren’t so far off, with the largest jackpot (under the previous Powerball brand) at $363 million.
Even if it gives relatively middle-ground sums, this Italian game is another online lottery favorite because it always yields tax-free lump-sum prizes. In other words, the advertised amount is exactly what you’ll get should you happen to own jackpot-winning ticket. Besides, there have been many times when the SuperEnalotto gave out prize amounts that were very far from measly. Its March 2008 EUR100 million (about $127 million) jackpot, for example, inspired an Italy-wide lotto-betting madness.
There are many lotto money to be won on both sides of the Atlantic. Now that online lotteries are so widespread and well-established, you can think less of national bounds and focus more on just getting that multi-million dollar (or Euro) prize.