PLAY & WIN Billions in Nigeria’s Biggest Jackpot Game, Billionaire Jackpot
Introducing BillionaireJackpot, a Nigerian e-raffle game that offers Nigerians the opportunity to win up to 10 million Naira daily and 1 billion naira in the jackpot at mega draw.
The aim of this game is to enrich lives, add value to businesses and the environmentas well as empower as many Nigerians as possible to pursue their dreams.
Cost of entry into the BillionaireJackpot game is N100 per ticket. Each ticket enters players into two draws; the daily draw where they can win from N200 – N10 million and one billion naira at the mega jackpot.
The game can be played in three ways:
Players can play directly on their mobile phone by purchasing scratch cards from the nearest Billionairejackpot agent and dialing *871*16 digit pin#. An SMS will be sent to you confirming pre-registration and a 4-digit pin. First time users will be required to confirm that they are 18 years or older AND have read the BillionaireJackpot terms and conditions. Full registration and other account updates are available on the USSD menu by dialing *871#. This service is currently available to Airtel and Glo subscribers. Etisalat and MTN are coming soon.
Go to www.billionairejackpotng.com. Select “quick play” and enter your phone number. First time users will be required to confirm that they are 18 years or older AND have read the BillionaireJackpot terms and conditions. Select “play with pin” to enter the game with a 16-digit scratch card pin. Enter 16-digit scratch card pin and 4-digit account pin to enter the game. You will receive an SMS confirmation.
Or select “Play with Game credit” on the website to enter game with credit purchased using a debit card. Enter the number of games you wish to play and select the preferred payment channel(i.e GTPay or Interswitch). Follow step by step process to complete payment. Player will receive an SMS confirmation.
Prize money can be claimed through cash transfer, bank withdrawal, as airtime or as game credit.
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