How to bet on the US Powerball Billion Dollar Jackpot

1st bet matched up to
$600*
Deposit $500, bet with
$1000*
1st deposit matched up to
$500*
Deposit $250, bet with
$550*
 
*Conditions Apply. Excl VIC, NSW, SA & WA. Gamble Responsibly

This week’s US Powerball jackpot exceeds $650 million* USD (approx. $820 million*) which makes it the second-largest jackpot in the history of US Powerball and the third largest US jackpot of all time. This huge jackpot is sure to garner attention from all over Australia and the US alike, and punters do not want to miss out on a chance to win the rare prize.

OFFER: Click Here to get a $502 FREE BET at William Hill’s Planet Lottery!

It doesn’t seem fair that this massive jackpot should be limited to just the U.S.! Luckily, Planet Lottery gives punters an opportunity to bet on this record US Powerball draw (and other international lotteries) to Australian residents (excluding South Australia). Your winnings will be exactly the same as if you had entered the underlying draw in the U.S!

How Can I Bet on US Powerball from Australia?

Simply sign up to Planet Lottery and bet on the draw! When you are betting with Planet Lottery , you are betting on the official outcome of the US Powerball draw, and this allows us to provide the same prizes, same odds and same pay-outs as if you were in the official draw. All winnings are 100% guaranteed to be paid out.

How to Bet on the US Powerball at Planet Lottery

To place a bet simply go to the US Powerball page and follow these steps:

  1. Pick 5 numbers from 1 to 69 and a P Ball from 1 to 26
  2. Select if you would like to activate the optional ‘Powerplay’ feature
  3. Submit your bets and pay!

The ‘Powerplay’ option doubles payouts in division 2 and boosts payouts in divisions 3-9 by to 10 times.

See below for the US Power game prices based on the jackpot amount:

  • Up to $500m AUD: $5 per standard game
  • $501m AUD – $1b AUD: $10 per standard game
  • Over $1b AUD: $15 per standard game

 

* All Offers and Promotions posted in this article excludes NSW residents.