There’s increasing excitement over this Wednesday's Irish Lotto jackpot with a staggering £2.4 million up for grabs.

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But now, there’s another reason to get excited.

New customers on Lottoland will receive 20 free scratchcards* as part of a special bonus when they bet £2 on the Irish Lotto.

A Horseshoe scratchcard has a top prize of £1,000.

Here’s how to claim the offer:

  1. Sign-up to Lottoland using this link.
  2. Place a bet on Wednesday night’s Irish Lotto jackpot with a top prize of £2.4 million.
  3. You’ll instantly receive 20 Horseshoe scratchcards!

Lottoland gives people the chance to bet on different lotteries from around the world.

They also offer fun games such as Horseshoe scratchcards, which are hugely popular among lotto lovers.

That’s because from 10p scratchcard, you could win a top prize of £1,000!

The odds of winning are 1 in 3.6, so there’s more chance to win a smaller amount with each card you play.

Get 20 Horseshoe scratchcards and a £2 bet on this Wednesday’s £2.4 million Irish Lotto!

People who claim Lottoland’s new customer offer will also place a bet on the outcome of the next Irish Lotto jackpot.

There’s £2.4 million up for grabs!

That’s an extraordinary prize considering Lottoland actually holds the record for the biggest payout on an Irish Lotto bet placed in the UK.

Just last year, Mr Logan from the north-east scooped a mind-blowing £5.1 million when he bet on the Irish Lotto with Lottoland.

Will you be the next record winner?

Place your bet on the £2.4 million Irish Lotto jackpot with Lottoland.

New players who sign-up here will get 20 Horseshoe scratchcards to use when they place a £2 bet on the Irish Lotto.

Good luck!

Terms and conditions

*Get a bet on the Irish Lotto and 20 free Horseshoe scratchcards for £2 by clicking the link above.

Promotion is available to new players only. Players must be 18 or over. Promotion is redeemable once per player. These terms are supplemental to Lottoland’s Promotional Terms and Conditions which are found here.

Lottoland is not affiliated with the official Irish National Lottery or its operator Premier Lotteries Ireland.