LONDON, November 24, 2016 /PRNewswire/ --
Enormous surge in online sales for US lottery tickets in the UK
At a time when some Americans are apparently contemplating moving overseas, we in the UK are increasingly captivated by the huge spectacle that is US Powerball. The biggest lottery in the world will offer a jackpot prize worth a staggering £325 million** on Saturday night and many tens of thousands of Brits going online to play Powerball online through theLotter.
Our country has developed quite a taste for American lotteries and especially so since a theLotter player from Iraq won a US jackpot and a Canadian then won the second prize in the £1.3 billion Powerball back in January. theLotter's agents had bought their tickets in the US and scanned them to their online accounts. Since then an Australian and a man from Central America have also won $1 million in the Powerball through theLotter. In the wake of all these success stories, online sales for US lottery tickets through theLotter.com increased dramatically, hitting another record during this current cycle of jackpot rollovers.
In what is an industry first, theLotter's process to safely and securely purchase its international clients' paper tickets for Powerball, Mega Millions and the Oregon State Lottery from dedicated Oregon retailers has recently been given the green light by the official Oregon Lottery Commission! With Powerball now offering a huge jackpot of £325 million, clients around the world can be assured that theLotter's Oregon operation will reliably handle hundreds of thousands of ticket purchase requests - including tens of thousands of requests from Britons!
theLotter.com is the world's premier lottery ticket messenger service - it enables people to order official lottery tickets from around the world and doesn't charge commission on wins. The service has helped people win over £45 million since 2002! All big winner stories can be found here.
** The jackpot for the US Powerball on Saturday 26 November 2016 is currently estimated to be $403 million US dollars. Prizes quoted in this article are approximate conversions to Sterling.