It’s not often I can say this but this weeks Aussie Powerball is the world’s largest jackpot. Hopefully I’ll win more than my $2 prize in the US Mega Millions that I wrote about in the last post. Too bad I forgot to get a ticket in the last Mega Millions because it had reached a new Jack Pot. Never mind. I reckon it’s about time that I returned to my homeland for my next ticket purchase. So, how much is the Aussie Powerball worth this week? How does $70 sound to you? Pretty good huh? If you’re an Aussie your best place for buying your Powerball ticket online would have to be Oz Lotteries. If you live overseas, or in Queensland, then I recommend either Lottobroker.com or theLotter.com. Never played the Australian Powerball before? It’s really very easy! The first 6 balls are drawn from the lotto machine with 40 balls numbered 1 to 40. Then 1 Powerball is drawn from the second lottery machine containing 20 balls numbered 1 to 20.
To win first division you need to match all 6 winning numbers plus the Powerball in a single game. See, there’s nothing to it. You just have to pick the right numbers, that’s all. :tongue:
Imagine Winning The Aussie Powerball
I don’t know about you but I’m always dreaming about winning a major lottery online. I always buy my tickets online, even when it’s Australian one, because I love the fact that I can do it from home. That I don’t have to join long queues during jackpots and I don’t have to put up with snotty sales clerks. What about a nice set of Ferraris? Perhaps different models and different colours for each day of the week. At least that way you won’t get confused about which one to take out on which day? :hom: I’ve just purchased my ticket using PayPal. It only took me minutes too. I played 18 games and it only cost me $18.90. OZ Lotteries even has a special feature that allows me to print my ticket. I don’t bother with that though. I rather have them check it for me online. Don’t forget to get your Aussie Powerball ticket.