Mega Millions Up To $458 Million; Fourth-Largest Jackpot In Game's History

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Tuesday's Mega Million jackpot has reached $458 million, the 4th largest in the game's history.

According to Massachusetts State Lottery Spokesperson Christian Teja, Tuesday's jackpot is the largest jackpot since a winning $536 million ticket was sold in IN in July of 2016.

The winning numbers Tuesday night were: 7 - 25 - 43 - 56 - 59, Mega Ball: 13.

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The Mega Millions lottery jackpot will climb to $502 million Friday night and Virginia Lottery officials are expecting a flurry of local players for the big prize. The deadline to buy a ticket for the $502 million jackpot is 10:00 p.m. EDT on Friday, March 30.

Mega Millions says it's only the fourth time the pot has surpassed the $500 million mark.

"Large jackpots like this one capture everyone's attention, and it would be great to see the roll go on for a while longer". Another $1 million ticket was sold in IL.

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In January, 20-year-old Shane Missler of Port Richey, Florida, won a $451 million jackpot.

Two tickets matched all five of the white balls and are worth $1 million each.

According to Mega USA, the numbers most commonly drawn for the Mega Millions lottery include: 17, 42, 01, 28, and 58. A ticket sold in Manheim, Lancaster County, for the March 17 Powerball drawing is worth a $456.7 million annuity value or almost $274 million cash.

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A single victor from IN hit for $536 million IN 2016, which was the third largest prize and the biggest payout ever for a single ticket, according to Mega Millions. The victor, Shane Missler, 20, of Port Richey, Florida, claimed that prize but choose to receive his winnings in a one-time, lump-sum payment in the amount of $281.87 million.