Listen up guys and gals. Seriously, this smooth-talking' all-American dude will answer all your eager questions about winning the lottery in the USA if you listen long enough. But will he tell you how to win? Aha! Watch and find out.
In July 2014, lottery winner Jack Long promised to give something back from his $60 million California Lottery Powerball jackpot. The retiree had originally bought three Quick Pick® tickets – one Powerball, one Mega Millions® and one SuperLotto Plus®, then went home and didn’t think much more of it until the night of the draw.
After promising to give back to his community, his Fontana Foundation of Hope is continuing to support a variety of local groups.
You can't fake a lottery ticket right? Well, try to check it at the store, or take it over to the lottery HQ and you'll quickly be told where to put it. Yes, in the trash. So how did Nolan Daniels manage to get away with this fake ticket - AND five days later trick two million FB'ers into clicking on the photo and giving 27,000 comments? All is revealed here. And here.
Ah, money. Life is hard without it, and now apparently it's even more difficult with it! Who'da thought? Luckily someone with a Youtube account has it figured out and is giving you some sound advice... much like UK footballer George Best who famously stated: "I spent a lot of money on booze, birds and fast cars. The rest I just squandered."
This funny ad shows the effect rabbits have on lottery wins. Produced for the UK National Lottery by ad agency DDFH&B, it features the Money Multiplier 30 scratch card game. The game range was launched in 2016 with the ‘Multiplying like Rabbits’ campaign starring #legendboy ‘Bunnydict Cumberhutch’.
Take an ordinary house in a neat and pleasant street. Then picture the basement. But this is no ordinary basement space, and it's exactly what some enthusiasts picture they will do for their car collection after winning the Powerball lottery.
Some of the fun of winning the lottery - apart from spending the money maybe - is holding the giant check and getting photographed. But it looks like Canadian lottery BCLC wanted to go digital because the winner won online, and the result was, well, an anticlimax for all. What can Cowichan Valley resident Judith Pennyfeather put on her wall at home now? Going paperless isn't always the best way, but a shopping spree will quickly take care of that.