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Do You Love The New Irish Daily Million Lottery Betting At Bet365?

Note: This article is based solely on the opinions of Please be aware that odds, offers and features are constantly subject to change and terms and conditions apply. Always check the operators sites for verification and full T&Cs.

At ComparetheLotto we highly rate the Lotto betting experience at Bet365. Now we've got another reason to love them... we were now able to bet on the Irish Daily Millions lottery.

Even better, the odds/payout that were available at the time of writing this article (remember odds are subject to change) are absolutely fantastic.

In our opinion they've decided to make a dramatic entrance into this Irish Daily Millions Lotto market with industry leading payouts.

The National Lottery in Ireland introduced Daily Million In September 2012 to replace both Monday Million and All Or Nothing.

The daily draws (which takes place at 2pm and 9pm GMT), have 39 balls, with six balls drawn, plus one bonus number..

At the time of writing:

  • A successful £1 bet on 3 numbers would win £400 with Bet365 compared to £375 with BoyleSports
  • A successful £1 bet on 4 numbers would win a whopping £4000 with Bet365 compared to £3750 with Coral

Feel free to comment below and let us know your thoughts on this offering from Bet365.

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