Next Jackpot:$ 240,000,000
Mega Millions Key Facts:
Draw Details: Every Wednesday and Saturday at approx. 04:00 (UK Time) Show More
$ 240,000,000 Compare
|US Powerball||$ 308,000,000||View|
|US Mega Millions||$ 240,000,000||View|
|UK National Lottery||£ 7,100,000||View|
|Health Lottery||£ 50,000||View|
|Mini Lotto||£ 80,000||View|
Odds Of Winning Jackpot
1 in 302,575,350 Compare
|US Powerball||1 in 292,201,338||View|
|US Mega Millions||1 in 302,575,350||View|
|Eurojackpot||1 in 95,344,200||View|
|Euromillions||1 in 139,838,160||View|
|UK National Lottery||1 in 45,057,474||View|
|Millionaire||1 in 139,838,160||View|
|Polish Lottery||1 in 13,983,816||View|
|SuperEnaLotto||1 in 622,614,630||View|
|Health Lottery||1 in 2,118,760||View|
|Mini Lotto||1 in 850,668||View|
|Keno||1 in 2,147,181||View|
Odds Of Winning Any Prize
1 in 24 Compare
|US Powerball||1 in 24||View|
|US Mega Millions||1 in 24||View|
|Eurojackpot||1 in 26||View|
|Euromillions||1 in 13||View|
|UK National Lottery||1 in 9.3||View|
|Millionaire||1 in 13||View|
|Polish Lottery||1 in 57||View|
|SuperEnaLotto||1 in 16||View|
|Health Lottery||1 in 9.7||View|
|Mini Lotto||1 in 128||View|
|Keno||1 in 4||View|
Typical Bet Line Price
|US Mega Millions||£3.00||View|
|UK National Lottery||£2.00||View|
Good Cause Donations
Nothing (why?) Compare
|US Powerball||Nothing (why?)||View|
|US Mega Millions||Nothing (why?)||View|
|Euromillions||28% of ticket sales||View|
|UK National Lottery||25% of ticket sales||View|
|Polish Lottery||Nothing (why?)||View|
|Health Lottery||20.3% of ticket sales||View|
|Mini Lotto||Nothing (why?)||View|
Overall Value Ratio
5.6 Low Compare
|US Powerball||6.1 Low||View|
|US Mega Millions||5.6 Low||View|
|UK National Lottery||11.1 Average||View|
|Polish Lottery||20.5 Good||View|
|Health Lottery||1.1 Terrible||View|
|Mini Lotto||37.6 Great||View|
Prices Disclaimer: The displayed prices are intended as a guide only and whilst we work hard to ensure they're up to date, they are subject to change from the operators. Prices correct as of 05/11/2018. These prices refer to normal bet line prices. Please always check prices on the betting operator site before placing any bets. Where the prices are the same, our ratings (based on 9 categories) are taken into account.
Of the top 20 lottery jackpot prizes of all-time, all were given away by either America's MegaMillions or PowerBall. They really are the biggest hitters by far in the lottery world... Read More...
In March 2012, MegaMillions gave away a record $1.5 BILLION jackpot – with the prize split among three winning tickets. But this is no one-off. Jackpots typically soar into the hundreds of millions.
Since Mega Millions launched in 2002 we have seen some truly staggering jackpots - the largest being $1.5 BILLION in 2018. With the jackpots regularly reaching hundreds of millions this makes our own UK National Lottery, where jackpots are averaging around £20 million, pale into insignificance.
Until recent years all UK citizens could do is watch our neighbours across the pond win their huge jackpots - legally UK citizens can play the US Mega Millions, however, logistically this means you needed to be in the USA to purchase a ticket. With the recent expansion of ‘bet on jackpot’ providers, such as LottoGo, UK customers can legally bet on the Mega Millions and win the jackpot.
There are two US Mega Millions draws each week – Every Wednesday and Saturday at approx. 04:00AM (GMT).
You have a 1 in 24 chance of winning any prize and a 1 in 302,575,350 chance of winning the jackpot. To improve your chance of winning you can bet as part of a syndicate.
Simply choose choose 5 numbers (1-70) and 1 MegaBall (1-25)
Yes. All of the companies in our table above offer US Mega Millions betting from the UK. It’s important to be aware that using the companies above you’re placing a bet on the outcome of the lottery, you’re not buying a ticket - but, don’t worry, the jackpot is still the same size and the same chances of winning.
Yes, all companies featured on CompareTheLotto.com are licensed and regulated by the UK Gambling Commission so you can bet with trust.
Government backed lotteries such as the UK National Lottery and the US Mega Millions donate a percentage of ticket sales to good causes. When you bet on the US Mega Millions through the companies listed above, these are private companies and have no obligation to donate to good causes. Many do donate money each year, although this is typically less than the state-backed lotteries. Check with the individual operator to be sure.
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