LottoDay.com

LottoDay.com

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LottoDay Exposed — Let’s Take a Look at Brand Reboot

LottoDay Review

Extra! Extra! – read all about it. LottoDay was bought by the Ibid Group and rebranded late last year. Their new and improved site offers international lotteries online, new products, casino games, and scratch cards. LottoDay.com has streamlined their site for two languages – English and German! That includes the terms and conditions in both languages. So let’s go take a look at this reboot!

Games at LottoDay.com

Players have ten international lotteries to bet on including the big boys of US Powerball and EuroMillions. Lottoday uses the official results for their prize tiers. Players can choose one line or more to play, plus subscriptions from 2 to 4 draws, offer a 33% discount. Players can opt out of play by simply emailing LottoDay.com giving then 24 hours’ notice and can take seven business days to act.

LottoDay and Syndicates

There are three syndicates available – US Powerball, US Mega Millions and Italy’s SuperEnalotto. Each has 50 lines and though there is no information on their site, their support told us that there are 100 shares in each syndicate.

Your Winnings

Winnings are credited directly to your account though over a certain level (at LottoDay’s discretion), further documentation might be required by the winner. Jackpots must be claimed within 30 days and the rest of the prize tiers within 90 days.  There is no information regarding commission but they will deduct any costs related to getting your winnings. Also note that taxes will be deducted where applicable so, besides the US lotteries, EuroMillions is played through Spain who takes 20%. LottoDay also reserves the right to decide whether they pay you out your jackpot through an annuity or lump sum. Oh – where there is one or more winners in the officially published lottery and one or more winners at LottoDay.com, the winnings are divided by the total amount of winners.

Getting Your Winnings at Lotto Day

LottoDay.com will process any withdrawal within 72 hours of you asking for your money. They set a minimum and maximum amount that can be withdrawn – at their sole discretion – but the amount isn’t included in the terms and conditions. They also might require additional identification prior to paying out anything. There is no time frame for the actual transfer of your winnings. Keep in mind that any jackpot paid will be coming from an insurer so there could be delays.

Who Can Play at LottoDay.com?

According to LottoDay.com, because this is betting on the results and not actually purchasing tickets anyone can play here (FAQ) – except if you live in the United States! It also applies to any country where it is illegal to play. Oh, and you must be ‘of legal age’ and ‘sound mind’.

LottoDay.com’s Other Games

LottoDay has expanded its platform to include a casino and scratch games. LottoDay’s casino has table games, video slots, and video poker. The scratch games have prizes from €500 up to €100,000.

Who Is LottoDay?

LottoDay.com though registered in the Isle of Man is operated by Betpoint Group Ltd. registered with a head office in Malta. There is an Isle of Man snail mail and email address for customer support. There sort of is live chat – type in a message into the support form and they do pop you back – just not sure when someone is there as it can take a while.

The Bottom Line at LottoDay.com

I’m still struggling a bit over the terms and conditions and general lack of information regarding getting your winnings. I also have a problem in the concept of annuity versus lump sum and the fact that LottoDay.com gets to choose.

Pros:

10 International Lotteries to Bet On

No Commission

Discounts on Multiple Purchases

Cons:

When Will I Get My Winnings?

Minimum/Maximum on Withdrawals

Share Ratio in Syndicates

This site doesn’t get a thumbs up or down. There does seem to be some work needed in their terms and conditions plus I still don’t like their share ratio in their syndicates. If you have played here since the November 2018 reboot, we’d love to hear from you.

Overall rating for LottoDay.com: Poor 2.0 from 0-5
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