For the fourth time in somewhat more than four years, the Mega Millions® bonanza has topped $1 billion! After no ticket matched every one of the six numbers drawn Friday night – the white balls 3, 20, 46, 59 and 63, or more the gold Super Ball 13 – the bonanza for the following drawing on Tuesday, January 10, is as of now assessed at $1.1 billion ($568.7 million money). Assuming succeeded at that sum, it would be the third biggest bonanza in the game’s set of experiences.
“Uber Millions has quite recently reached the $1 billion imprint once more. It’s particularly good to see the big stake develop all through special times of year and into the new year,” says Ohio Lottery Chief Pat McDonald, Lead Overseer of the Super Millions Consortium. “We are grateful for the help of our clients and retailers, which permits every one of our 47 part lotteries to produce assets for good aims inside their ward. As the big stake develops, we urge our players to keep inside their amusement spending plan and partake in this bonanza run right alongside us.”
The main Super Millions big stakes bigger than Tuesday’s assessed $1.1 billion are the game’s record of $1.537 billion, won in South Carolina on October 23, 2018, and $1.337 billion won in Illinois last July 29.
While the bonanza continues to roll, there were a great many different awards won in the January 6 drawing: 4,411,404 winning tickets at any remaining award levels, from $2 to $1 million. Five tickets matched the five white balls to dominate the match’s $1 million second-level award; two were sold in New York and one each in Florida, Maryland and New Jersey.
The nation over, 115 tickets matched four white balls in addition to the Super Ball to win the third-level award. Fifteen of those tickets are valued at $30,000 each, in light of the fact that they incorporated the discretionary Megaplier (accessible in many states with an extra $1 buy), which was 3X on Friday night. The other 100 third-level winning tickets are valued at $10,000 each.
There have been a sum of more than 27.1 million winning tickets sold in the 24 drawings since the bonanza was keep going won on October 14. These incorporate 52 worth $1 at least million, won in 20 distinct states from one coast to another: Arizona, California, Colorado, Florida, Georgia, Idaho, Illinois, Kentucky, Louisiana, Maryland, Mississippi, Missouri, New Jersey, New York, Ohio, Pennsylvania, South Dakota, Texas, Virginia and West Virginia.
Six Super Millions big stakes were granted in 2022, going from $20 million in Tennessee to that $1.337 billion in Illinois, and in the middle between. The latest bonanza win was at $502 million, shared by winning tickets in California and Florida on October 14. See a total rundown of winning Super Millions big stakes.