$2* offer on US Powerball could make LOTS of Australian prize winners this week

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AUD $136 Million* US Powerball jackpot is up for grabs this Sunday
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We have great news for Australian residents who want in on HUGE US jackpots that were once out of reach. And it’s now cheaper than ever to get involved!

Aussie punters are striving to scoop a prize on Sunday’s US Powerball jackpot worth a whopping AUD $136 Million*.

Leading lottery website LottoGo.com.au have launched a new US Powerball offer, allowing players to join forces with other US Powerball fans online for just $2.

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Previously, you could only take part in the US Powerball if you bought a ticket in the States.

But now the licensed website, with over 1,000,000 members worldwide, can sell US lottery tickets to Aussies who want to participate. Players pay a much lower price to own a share of more tickets than they normally would as a single player with this new offer, therefore boosting everyone’s chances of winning a prize.

If your numbers are drawn, the prize is shared equally, meaning lots of people could win big at one time.

This jackpot is not one to be missed – grab your lines today!

We’ve teamed up with lottery website LottoGo.com.au giving you access to this amazing offer.

They’re offering new players even more chances to win with 10 lines for just $2* on the US Powerball!

Just visit LottoGo.com.au today and join for FREE to get this fantastic introductory offer.

Get 10 lines for only $2* on the US Powerball by clicking hereUS Powerball

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LottoGo.com.au is licensed and regulated by the Northern Territory Government of Australia for Australian customers (For full details of LottoGo.com’s Regulatory Body please see T&Cs Apply) and has more than 1,000,000 players. Think! About your choices. Gamble Responsibly. Call Gambling Help on 1800 858 858. www.gamblinghelponline.org.au LottoGo.com.au does not accept customers from South Australia.
*18+. Deductions & T&Cs Apply. Winnings will be divided proportionally between the syndicate group. Each ticket is a 1/50th share. Winning amounts listed are calculated and credited in AUD. Amounts may differ due to exchange rate fluctuations.