Thursday, July 19, 2012
Lotteries have been around for ages. This game of chance is a popular form of recreation that many people take an interest in. And why not? You simply have to choose a set of numbers that you feel are lucky enough to bring you winnings. You wait for the lottery draw and if you are truly lucky enough, your numbers just might be one of the winning numbers. It is purely a game that a lot of people enjoy. The best part is you always get a chance of winning big bucks in return.
Japan Jumbo Draw is one of the most popular lotteries in the world. It is also known as the richest Asian lottery draw because of the staggering amounts of money that you can win. It is a legit and licensed lottery that is under the Japanese national government. What is special about Japan Jumbo Draw is its capacity to take in bets from all over the world. It can not only be played by the people living in Japan but also by others who are living in various countries around the globe. You simply have to purchase your lottery tickets online. What is convenient about it is that you will informed of the lottery results through e-mail.
What you have to understand is that tickets for the Japan Jumbo Draw are limited so it would be best to place your bets in advance to make sure that you will be included in the draw that you want to take part of.
There are four regular Japan Jumbo Draws in a year. First is the Green Draw which happens in March. Second is the Dream Draw in June. Third is the Summer Draw in August. Total winnings in these three draws can start from US$400 million to US$469 million. There is also a Year-End Draw in December which has the largest prize pool amounting to US$ 1.3 billion. The lucky winners shall be paid in lump sum and totally free of any Japanese government taxes.
The Japan Summer Jumbo Draw this coming August will be a great lottery draw to be a part of with over 28 million worth of cash prizes that will be given away. There will be 26 first prize payouts totaling to over ¥ 400 million each, 52 second prizes amounting to over ¥5 million each, and other exciting cash payouts for other prizes.
Posted by OSA at 4:42 AM