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Is it Safe to Bet on the Irish Lotto Online?

Is it Safe to Bet on Irish Lotto?

Is it Safe to Bet on the Irish Lotto Online?

At a time when people are rightly concerned about identity theft and online fraud, it is always a good idea to take proper precautions when online. This is especially true when it comes to online financial transactions. Let’s take a look at safe and secure ways to place a bet on the Irish Lotto.

The first thing to be aware of when it comes to the Irish Lotto is that you will not be able to buy tickets for the Lotto from the UK. Anyone who tells you any different should be avoided! It is only possible to buy tickets for the Irish Lotto from licensed retailers in Ireland, meaning that unless you are physically in the country you can’t buy a ticket to enter the draw.

However, no need to worry as it is still perfectly possible to place a bet on the outcome of the lottery and win just as much (or even more!) than the winner of the lottery draws. What’s more, you can place your bet safely and securely, and without having to worry about losing a ticket.

Safe Online Lottery Betting

Lottoland offer a tried and tested way for UK residents to place a bet on the Irish Lotto. Lottoland is fully licenced and regulated by the UK Gambling Authority, and uses the latest encrypted software to keep customer details safe and secure. Just go along to the Irish Lotto page on the site and you can choose your numbers to be in with a chance of winning an amount equal to the current value of the Irish Lotto. Even better, with Lottoland you can use the Double Jackpot feature to double your potential winnings! That means that if the actual jackpot is £5 million, you can choose to double it up to £10 million.

A one line bet on the Irish Lottery costs just £2 at Lottoland, plus for just 50p extra you get two more chances to win. That means you can enter the main draw, the plus one draw and the plus two draw – all for just £2.50.

Try the Irish Lottery at Lottoland today, the trusted way to bet on international lotteries.

 

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