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The wait is over – with a €73M EuroMillions jackpot to be won, Black Friday sales hit Jackpot.com

After another rollover the EuroMillions jackpot is an incredible €73M and can be won from New Zealand.


The best part is today Jackpot.com is offering 50% off EuroMillions best. Is there a better way to celebrate Black Friday than with a huge jackpot?

With 13 prize tiers, your chance of winning EuroMillions is 1 in 13. Your chance of winning the big jackpot stands at 1 in 139,838,160. The jackpot rolls over until somebody wins.

That’s right, you don’t have to go on a holiday to bet on the results or to take advantage of this historic sale. You can wager on this amazing jackpot online from anywhere in the world via Jackpot.com.

All you have to do is click on this link to take advantage of this offer. You will first see the details of the promotion and then you will see your purchase and your discount in your shopping cart. Finally, you can either leave your bet as is or pick your lucky numbers.

In case you want to get in on multiple draws, Jackpot.com offers a subscription option. You can choose either a 4-week or a 52-week subscription. During that time your numbers will be automatically picked, so you never miss an opportunity to win.

Jackpot.com has a knowledgeable Customer Experience Team available to answer your questions so you can rest easy knowing you’ll be taken care of.

The draw is tonight so make this a Black Friday to remember and take advantage of this unbelievable offer. And to stay up to date on the biggest jackpots in the world, remember to like Jackpot.com on Facebook, and follow us on Twitter or Instagram. The biggest lottery news is always posted on our pages, so you’ll know when a big jackpot is up for grabs. Plus, you’ll have the opportunity to participate in exclusive competitions and win amazing prizes.

Good luck!



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