The Mega Millions jackpot for Tuesday’s draw soared to an estimated $ 625 million, possibly the eighth-largest time in US lottery history and the fourth time since the game. Launched in 2002
The winning numbers were 12, 14, 26, 28 and 33.The Mega Ball that came out was 9, with a Megaplier being 2X.
While no one nationwide won the $ 520 million jackpot on Friday. But five second prize tickets were sold, including one in New Jersey. Each match five numbers but not a Mega Ball.
The lucky New Jersey tickets were bought at the Jersey Bagel & Food Mart on Sicklerville Street in Winslow’s Sicklerville section, New Jersey Lottery officials said Monday.
New York tickets are valued at $ 2 million as they are purchased with the Mega Ball option at a special $ 1 price.
Georgia and Massachusetts tickets are worth $ 1 million, while California tickets are worth $ 576,869.
California lottery prizes vary based on ticket sales and number of winners. This is different from the fixed second prize offered in the other participating states.
The winning numbers on Friday are: 3, 6, 16, 18 and 58The Mega Ball drawn is 11 With Megaplier’s 2X.
The last time lottery players won the top Mega Millions jackpot was September 15, 2020, when $ 120 million in tickets were sold in Wisconsin. The top two prizes were hit in New Jersey in 2020.One anonymous winner claimed $ 202 million on February 11 with tickets sold in Edison and $ 124 million in purchases. At Bayonne for the draw on 24 July.
Mega Millions tickets are $ 2 each and in New Jersey must be purchased by 10:45 PM on the evening of the painting. The odds of a jackpot hit by matching five numbers and a Mega Ball are 302,575,350 to 1.The player has 1 in 12,607,306 shots to win the second prize of at least $ 1 million by matching five numbers.
Mega Millions is played in 45 states, Washington, D.C. and the US Virgin Islands.
The New Jersey Lottery Office in Lawrence is open to the public. You can still claim your winnings for less than $ 599.50 in person at a retail store.
The lottery also accepts mail-in claims, although the official warns of their payments may be temporarily delayed. Winners should make a copy of their claim form and winning tickets for recording.
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