In my last post, Introducing Lottobroker.com Your One Stop Lottery Shop I introduced you to Lottobroker.com, but then I reckon you gathered that from the title. :giggle: In this post I’m going to show you how I purchased a ticket in the USA Megamillions using my PayPal account. I know this is going to interest a lot of my readers because of all the emails I’ve been getting wanting to know how to buy their lottery tickets online using PayPal. I actually put a video together of my first ever purchase of a lottery ticket using Lottobroker.com.
How I Payed For My USA Mega Millions Using PayPal
As you can see from the video paying for the lottery ticket was a pretty painless process and even though I lost $1.28 in fees it turns out I still saved money because its so much cheaper to buy your lottery tickets online via Lottobroker.com. Let’s have a look at the price difference of buying a USA Mega Millions through some of the online lottery sites.
theLotter.com: Five games will cost you $12.50 which is $2.50 per game and with the Megaplier it’s $25 or $5 per game.
PLAYHUGELOTTOS.COM: Three games costs about $14, after converting from English pounds, which is about $4.66 a game and with the multiplier its $9.32 per game.
Lottobroker.com: I have to admit I was pleasantly surprised with what these guys charged me for my latest purchase. Three games only cost $5.07, that’s only $1.69 per game! With the multiplier it was only $10.14 or $3.38 per game. I suppose you worked out by now that using the multiplier doubles the cost of a ticket but I think it’s money well spent because it increases your winnings when you do have a winning ticket.
There you go guys, you now not only have a site where you can use PayPal to buy your lottery tickets you also have one that costs a little less. Even though this is true I’m still keeping my membership in the other sites because I want to make sure nothing stands in the way of me buying a ticket and this can happen during major jackpots because sometimes a particular sites server can’t handle the load. If that’s the case I know I won’t miss out because I can fall back to one of those other one.
Now, all I have to do is win! :2tup:
EDIT: Unfortunately they no longer accept PayPal. Oh well, it was great while it lasted.
Aussie businessman who has discovered the advantages of buying his lottery tickets online and wants to share the knowledge with his readers