Mega Millions winning numbers announced

Mega Millions winning numbers announced

The Mega Millions jackpot has reached $667 million, the largest in Mega Millions history.

According to Mega Millions, it's the third-highest lottery jackpot in USA history. The numbers for Tuesday night's estimated $667 million grand prize were 3, 45, 49, 61, 69 and Mega Ball 9.

The last victor for the top Mega Millions prize was on July 24, when a group of California office workers won the $543 million jackpot. The estimated cash value, if you're lucky enough to match all six numbers, is $380 million.

The next Mega Millions drawing is Friday at 11 p.m.

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Now, for a bit of a spoiler: A jackpot ticket was not sold in California, California Lottery officials said late Tuesday. The cash option, which is favored by almost all winners, is $380 million. It's the second largest payout in lottery history.

The Powerball jackpot up for grabs Wednesday night will be a cool $345 million, with a cash value of $199 million. The largest jackpot belongs to the 2016 Powerball jackpot of $1.586 billion. But cheer up! There are often secondary prizes to these huge drawings that can be worth millions of dollars, and a shocking amount of them go unclaimed - probably because people get too focused on the biggest possible way to win.

The odds of winning a jackpot remain abysmal at 1 in 258.9 million for Mega Millions and 1 in 292.2 million for Powerball.

The odds of winning the massive jackpot, played in 44 states and the District of Columbia, stand at a mere one in 302.5 million, according to AP.

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