When the Powerball jackpot hit the $1.5 billion mark on Wednesday, even people who never play the lottery were picking up a ticket or two. As we all know by now, that jackpot was won, and will be split up among multiple winners. In the aftermath of Powerball fever, some people are in extreme recovery mode.
I have a fever. I'm sure I'm not the only one experiencing these classic symptoms. You may be too. Unable to concentrate, light headed, loss of mental focus, and excitement. It's commonly known as Powerball Fever. I'm one of the lemmings that is daydreaming about how I would go about my daily life if I realized one of my tickets actually held all five winning numbers and the Powerball. I'm t
OK, all I can say is damn! The Mega Millions lottery jackpot grew this afternoon to $640 million, now that is exciting. I never play the lottery, but how can you ignore a chance to win a world record lottery jackpot? The answer is, you can't, so I walked next store to the BP station on Arlington and Central Entrance and bought $5 worth.
I don't normally play the lottery, but when a jackpot is up to $500 Million dollars it gets my attention, so I'll probably end up buying a ticket or 2.
The $2 bucks is worth the daydreaming about what to buy with that money, besides the obvious, pay bills or get a new house, that's great and all but what is that one luxury item that you would buy?
We've all fantasized about winning the lottery. Some never play because they say they'll never win. Which is true. You won't win if you don't play. What if I told you that I have some tips that may help you increase your chances at becoming the recipient of the LARGEST MegaMillions Jackpot EVER? (540 million for tomorrow night's drawing!)