Mega Millions lottery: Did you win Friday’s $ 750M Mega Millions drawing? Results and Winning Numbers (1/15/2021)
The Mega Millions Friday jackpot the lottery The fee jumped to an estimated $ 750 million – making it the fifth-largest in lottery history in the United States.
The winning numbers were: 3, 11, 12, 38 and 43. The massive ball pulled was 15 with a 4X megapixel.
The payout will also be the second largest since Mega Millions started in 2002.
The last time any lottery player won the jackpot at Mega Millions was on September 15, 2020, when A. $ 120 million ticket It was sold in Wisconsin. Since then, 34 drawings have been made without a 1st prize winner.
While no one across the country won the $ 625 million jackpot on Tuesday, Ticket sold out in Hoboken It was one of nine second prize tickets purchased nationally. All tickets are worth at least $ 1 million and match five numbers but not Mega Ball.
There were also nine tickets for $ 10,000 per lot purchased at Garden State. New Jersey Lottery Officials said. Each prize ticket matches four numbers plus the mega ball
Tuesday’s winning numbers are tied It was: 12And the 14And the 26And the 28 And the 33. The huge ball was pulled 9 With Megaplier than 2x.
Two major awards were struck in New Jersey in 2020. An unknown winner received a prize $ 202 million prize On February 11th he won a ticket sold at Edison W. $ 124 million ticket Purchased in Bayonne at a drawing of July 24.
Mega Millions tickets cost $ 2, and Mega Millions tickets must be purchased by 10:45 PM on the evening of the raffle day. The odds of winning a jackpot ticket by matching five numbers and the mega ball are 302575350 to 1. Players get 1 in 12,607,306 shots to win the second prize of no less than a million dollars 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 by appointment. Could you You are still claiming your profits Provided it is under $ 599.50 – in person at any retailer.
The lottery also accepts mailed claims, though officials caution against temporarily delaying payments. Winners are advised to make copies of the winning claim and ticket form for their records.
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