Mega Millions jackpot winning numbers

Mega Millions jackpot winning numbers

Mega Millions recently changed its rules in October 2017, making the odds of winning the big jackpot lower (they used to be 1 in 258.9 million.) On October 28, 2017, Mega Millions increased the cost of buying a ticket from $1 to $2.

The winning ticket matched all six numbers plus the gold Mega Ball in Friday night's drawing to win the estimated prize of $521 million, which comes out to $317 million in cash.

The victor of the Mega Millions is set to receive the 10th-largest jackpot in US history.

The $521 million jackpot is the fourth largest prize in the history of the game.

The ticket was sold at Riverdale Lukoil South in Riverdale in Morris County, the New Jersey Lottery tweeted Saturday morning after the winning ticket was announced.

To win the jackpot a ticket must match all five numbers from 1 to 70, plus the bonus sixth number from 1 to 25.

The lone winning lottery ticket was sold in New Jersey, though no one has claimed it yet.

Station manager Nash Riad said staff had no idea who the victor was.

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'The last couple of days we sold a lot of tickets, so I don't know if it's a guy, a woman, or who it is, ' he said.

Only one ticket with the right numbers was purchased, Mega Millions said.

No one has matched all six numbers drawn since January. The area is in the northeastern part of the state, about 30 miles outside of New York City.

The largest single winning ticket awarded $536 million to an IN family IN 2016.

The prize for Tuesday's drawing resets to the base amount of $40 million.

Winners can then take the lucky ticket to any New Jersey Lottery Retailer for validation.

If the prize is over $599.50, the victor must file a claim form with the New Jersey Lottery.

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