This is a reality: you did not hit Friday’s nearly $1 billion Mega Millions jackpot, however that does not imply you are not a millionaire.
One in all 5 tickets matching the white balls 3, 20, 46, 59 and 63 on the Friday, Jan. 6, 2023, drawing was offered in New Jersey, Mega Millions said. That ticket offered on the In & Out Deli alongside Route 46 in Ledgewood, Morris County, is price $1 million, the New Jersey lottery stated.
Two tickets offered in New York in addition to tickets offered in Florida and Maryland additionally matched the 5 white balls, however didn’t match the Mega Ball of 13.
Even should you did not win $1 million you would have gained a lesser prize as greater than 4.4 million profitable tickets in any respect different prize ranges, from $2 to $1 million, have been offered for Friday’s draw, Mega Millions stated.
In New Jersey a $30,000 ticket (a Megaplier whereas matching 4 numbers and the Mega Ball) for Friday’s draw was offered at Jackpocket at 355 Warwick Tpke. in Hewitt, Passaic county and two $10,000 tickets (4 white balls and the Mega Ball matched) have been offered on the Shoprite on River Highway in New Milford, Bergen County, and the Fast Cease on Ringwood Avenue in Haskell, Passaic County, the state lottery stated.
Did not win? You will have one other shot on Tuesday with the jackpot at $1.1 billion ($568.7 million money).
“Mega Millions has just reached the $1 billion mark again. It’s especially nice to see the jackpot grow throughout the holidays and into the new year,” Ohio Lottery director Pat McDonald, lead director of the Mega Millions Consortium, stated.
Mega Millions is performed in practically each state, together with New Jersey, New York, Pennsylvania and Delaware. Monday’s drawing is the third-largest in the sport’s historical past.
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