Latest Update Mega Millions: Winning ticket for $1.13 billion jackpot sold in New Jersey

There was one winning ticket sold for Tuesday night’s assessed $1.13 billion Super Millions bonanza, in New Jersey, the game’s authorities said. It was the fifth biggest treasure at any point won by Super Millions players and the initial time this year a ticket matched every one of the numbers expected to get the stupendous award.

Super Millions had gone over 90 days without a bonanza champ, with 31 drawings since two tickets in California got the job done on Dec. 8.

Tuesday’s triumphant numbers were 7, 11, 22, 29, 38, and Super Ball 4.

The assessed bonanza was the eighth biggest in U.S. lottery history. The greatest Super Millions bonanza ever, $1.602 billion, was won on Aug. 8 of last year, when a solitary winning ticket was sold in Florida. The biggest award in U.S. lottery history, a $2.04 billion Powerball bonanza, was won in California in February of 2023.

Mega Millions estimated $1.13 billion jackpot has one winning ticket
Mega Millions estimated $1.13 billion jackpot has one winning ticket

Bonanza champs have the choice of taking a single amount cash installment or having the rewards dolled out throughout 30 years in yearly portions. Just champs who take the annuity choice get the full bonanza complete. The assessed single amount installment for Tuesday late evening’s drawing was $537.5 million preceding duties.

Mega Millions drawings are done Tuesday and Friday nights, while Powerball conducts its drawings on Monday, Wednesday and Saturday nights. Powerball had an estimated jackpot of $865 million as of Tuesday night.

To take home the Mega Millions jackpot, players must match all five white balls plus the yellow Mega Ball. Smaller prizes, as low as $2, are available for matching some, but not all, of the drawn numbers. The odds of winning a Mega Millions prize are 1 in 24, but the odds of hitting the jackpot are just 1 in 302,575,350.

Mega Millions tickets are sold in 45 states, Washington, D.C., and the U.S. Virgin Islands. A standard ticket costs $2, but bonuses can be added for additional fees to increase the payout for non-jackpot prizes.

The next Mega Millions drawing will have a jackpot of an estimated $20 million — the starting point for jackpot series.

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