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The Mega Millions jackpot Grown Bigger it is $1.28 billion now

The Mega Millions jackpot Grown Bigger it is $1.28 billion now

United States: The Mega Millions jackpot is estimated at $1.28 billion by Friday’s drawing.

The $747.2 million in cash — before taxes — would be the second-largest prize in the game’s history, according to Mega Millions.

The game’s biggest jackpot was $1.537 billion in 2018, with the winning ticket sold in South Carolina.

The next largest Mega Millions prize was $1.05 billion in 2021, with one winning ticket sold in Michigan.

The current jackpot is also the third largest in US lottery history, behind the 2016 Powerball drawing which reached $1.586 billion, with winners in California, Florida and Tennessee.

The last Mega Millions drawing was Tuesday, and the winning numbers were 7-29-60-63-66 with a Mega Ball of 15.

While no one won the top prize, nine tickets won at least $1 million, Mega Millions said.

The last time someone won the Mega Millions jackpot was April 15th. And as the prize grew bigger and bigger over the past few weeks, people across the United States rushed to buy tickets in hopes of claiming their winnings.

Friday’s draw will take place at 11 p.m. E.T.

According to Mega Millions, the odds of winning the jackpot are 1 in 303 million, while the odds of winning any prize are 1 in 24. The Mega Millions jackpot Grown Bigger it is $1.28 billion now

The Mega Millions jackpot Grown Bigger it is $1.28 billion now
The Mega Millions jackpot Grown Bigger it is $1.28 billion now

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Mega Millions® is the talk of country, as consumers across America – both regular Mega Millions players and those new to the game – are sending the estimated jackpot for Friday night’s drawing to a whopping $1.28 billion, with a cash value of $747.2 million.


At that level, it would be the second largest Mega Millions prize in the game’s 20-year history. The current record jackpot for Mega Millions is $1.537 billion, won on October 23, 2018.

That winning ticket was sold in South Carolina, and it remains the world’s largest lottery prize ever won on a single ticket.


“We are thrilled with the opportunity Mega Millions provides to retailers, players and good causes throughout the country,” says Ohio Lottery Director Pat McDonald, current Lead Director of the Mega Millions Consortium.

“The Mega Millions group, and indeed much of the country, look with anticipation for tonight’s drawing.”


Four Mega Millions jackpots have been won to date in 2022, in California, New York, Minnesota and Tennessee. The jackpots start at $20 million and grow based on game sales and interest rates.

The odds of winning the jackpot are 1 in 303 million.

All Mega Millions members encourage responsible play – please enjoy the opportunity to play the game while keeping your play in balance.


Mega Millions tickets are $2. In most jurisdictions, players can add the Megaplier for an additional $1 to multiply their non-jackpot prizes. Drawings are conducted at 11 p.m. Eastern Time on Tuesdays and Fridays in Atlanta, Georgia.


Mega Millions tickets are sold in 45 states, Washington, D.C., and the U.S. Virgin Islands. Drawings are held each Tuesday and Friday.

Half of the proceeds from the sale of each Mega Millions ticket remains in the state where the ticket was sold, where the money supports lottery beneficiaries and retailer commissions.

Lottery revenues are allocated differently in each jurisdiction.

The top Mega Millions jackpots to date:

AmountDateWinning Tickets
$1.537 billion10/23/20181-SC
$1.280 billion7/29/2022?
$1.050 billion1/22/20211-MI
$656 million                 3/30/2012                 3-IL, KS, MD
$648 million12/17/20132-CA, GA
$543 million7/24/20181-CA
$536 million7/8/20161-IN
$533 million3/30/20181-NJ
$522 million6/7/20191-CA
$516 million5/21//20211-PA

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