International Ticketing Office (ITO), has been entering players into overseas Government Lottos and Draws, and collecting and sending them their winnings since 1988. Over 155,000 international players have taken advantage of this service, and many still continue to enter their favorite Lottery Draws through ITO.

Friday, 17 September 2010

Italian SuperEnalotto Rollover: EU 140M Jackpot on September 18

There was NO jackpot winner in the September 16th Italian Lotto draw. The winning numbers were 05-49-71-83-85-88 and Jolly Number 74.

The Italian Lotto Jackpot on September 18th is now estimated at EU 140M.

Play the Italian SuperEnalotto now!

The Italian SuperEnalotto is a modified version of the glorious Enalotto of the 1950s. Re-launched in 1997, the formula's simplicity and number of record-breaking wins has made the lottery so popular that Italians reportedly spend over 27 Billion a year on lottery play.

To play the Italian Superenalotto, you must choose 6 numbers from 1-90. Match all six numbers and you win the JACKPOT. Because the number range is so wide (1-90) roll-over draws - and HUGE jackpots - are very common.

This year alone, the Italian SuperEnalotto Jackpot has surpassed the 100 Million Euro threshold twice and reached a record-high of EU147.8 Million. Currently having the highest pot in Europe and the world, its jackpot continues to grow as more people try their luck at the enormous jackpot prize!

Thursday, 9 September 2010

Euro Millions Superdraw! 100 Million Euro Jackpot on October 1, 2010





Breaking news! Euro Millions will be holding a special, ONE-TIME JACKPOT DRAW on Friday, October 1, 2010 --- with a jackpot prize worth €100 Million! The total prize pool will be an astounding €454,545,455.00.

Jackpots of over €100 Million have only been paid out 12 times in Euro Millions history. This draw will be the 13th. Don't lose your chance at this amazing prize opportunity!

Play the October 1, 2010 Euro Millions Super Jackpot Draw NOW!

Wednesday, 8 September 2010

Candler man wins $250,000 in lottery

CANDLER — James Rice of Candler in Buncombe County matched five white balls but not the Mega Ball in the Aug. 17 Mega Millions drawing and won $250,000, according to the N.C. Education Lottery.

The ticket was purchased at the Energy Mart Store on Long Shoals Road in Arden. “It was a great blessing, for sure,” Rice said of his win. He plans to use his winnings, worth $170,000 after taxes, to pay off bills.

Powerball lottery ticket worth $1M expired


Idaho Lottery officials say time has run out for someone holding a Powerball ticket worth $1 million. The winning ticket was sold for the March 6, 2010 Powerball draw. The ticket was purchased at Huskey's in Irwin, Idaho near the Idaho-Wyoming border.

The ticket matched the first five numbers, but not the Powerball. Winners have 180 days to collect their prizes, and Thursday at 6 p.m. was deadline for the ticket holder to claim the $1 million. "Too many times we've seen players think they did not have a winning ticket because they did not match the Powerball number itself," said Idaho Lottery Director Jeff Anderson. "In this case, the winning ticket matched every number but the Powerball number and with the PowerPlay, is worth $1 million."