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Friday's Mega Millions® Jackpot Still at $660 Million

Friday's Mega Millions® Jackpot Still at $660 Million

Friday's Mega Millions® Jackpot Still at $660 Million
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Cash Value of Jackpot Estimated $388.0 million

After there were no champs for Tuesday night's Mega Millions big stake drawing, Texas Lottery® players presently get an opportunity to play for the game's biggest award in a year and a half. 

The Mega Millions bonanza for the Friday, July 22 drawing remains at an expected annuitized $660 million, the third biggest big stake prize in game history and the 10th biggest in U.S. lottery history. 

Friday's drawing offers money esteem worth an expected $388.0 million. On the off chance that there is no big stake champ for this evening's Mega Millions drawing, the bonanza prize for the Tuesday, July 26 attracting will move to an expected annuitized $790 million.

"The increase in deals that we've seen throughout the several days for the Mega Millions game is assisting the Texas Lottery with achieving its objective of creating income for government-funded training in Texas," said Gary Grief, chief overseer of the Texas Lottery.

 "This Mega Millions bonanza is offering lottery players a chance to stare off into space about what they might do assuming that they win. While this is tomfoolery and engaging time for lottery players, we need to remind our players to play dependably. takes one pass to win."

Friday's drawing will be the 28th in the ongoing Mega Millions bonanza run since the beginning as an expected annuitized $20 million for the April 19 drawing. This is the biggest Mega Millions big stake available to anyone since the Jan. 22, 2021 drawing when it came to an expected $1.05 billion - the game's second-biggest bonanza prize, which was won by an out-of-state player.

Texas has had 13 Mega Millions bonanza prize champs since it joined the game in 2003. Its latest bonanza champ came in September 2019 when a Leander occupant won an expected annuitized $227 million, the biggest award at any point paid out to a solitary Texas Lottery player.

Super Million big stakes realistic

Third biggest bonanza prize in Mega Millions history; 10th biggest in the U.S. lottery history

Starting from the beginning of 2022, five Texas Lottery players have won second-level Mega Millions of prizes of $1 million or bigger, including two during the ongoing bonanza run. 

A Houston inhabitant guaranteed a $1,000,510 second-level award for the drawing hung on May 13 and an Ingram occupant guaranteed a $2 million second-level award for the drawing hung on June 17.

Super Millions is played by picking five numbers from a field of 70 and one Mega Ball number from the second field of 25 numbers. To win the Mega Millions bonanza, players should match each of the six numbers drawn including the Mega Ball. Players matching fewer numbers may not win the big stake, but rather might in any case leave the champs.

 Super Millions presently offers a $20 million beginning bonanza and a second-level (Match 5+0) prize of $1 million. By picking the Megaplier® highlight for $1 more per play, players can increase their non-bonanza rewards by two, three, four, or multiple times, winning as much as $5 million.

Drawings are communicated every Tuesday and Friday at 10:12 p.m. CT. Texas Lottery players can buy Mega Millions of tickets at in excess of 20,000 Texas Lottery retailers across the state. 

Ticket deals for the following Mega Millions drawing will close at 9:45 p.m. CT on Friday, July 22. The retailer that sells a big stake-winning Mega Millions ticket is qualified to get up to a $1 million retailer reward.


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