While the grand prize remained elusive, a ticket sold in Oregon did succeed in matching five numbers, albeit without the crucial Mega number, resulting in a substantial $1 million win.
In the most recent Mega Millions Lottery drawing on Friday evening, no fortunate player managed to secure all six numbers, consequently propelling the projected jackpot for the upcoming Tuesday draw to an impressive $230 million
This information was confirmed by the Multi-State Lottery Association, the governing body overseeing the game. The numbers drawn for this event were 10, 13, 14, 57, and 66, with the pivotal Mega Millions Lottery number being 3, originally placing the estimated jackpot at $205 million.
This particular drawing marked the 11th consecutive occasion without a complete match of all six numbers. The probability of achieving this feat, combining all five numbers and the Mega Millions Lottery number, stands at an astounding 1 in 302,575,350, according to data provided by the California Lottery. Moreover, the overall likelihood of clinching any prize stands at 1 in 24.
The Mega Millions Lottery boasts a wide-ranging presence, being played in 45 states, encompassing the District of Columbia and the U.S. Virgin Islands
This extensive reach solidifies its status as a highly anticipated and widely participated event across a broad spectrum of regions. As the Mega Millions Lottery frenzy continues to grow, hopeful participants eagerly await the Tuesday drawing, with aspirations of claiming the colossal $230 million jackpot that has captured the imagination of lottery enthusiasts nationwide. The excitement builds as players across 45 states, the District of Columbia, and the U.S. Virgin Islands anticipate their shot at the life-changing Mega Millions Lottery prize.