What is the largest jackpot for Mega Millions?
Top Mega Millions jackpots
- $648 million, Dec. …
- $543 million, July 24, 2018: Won in California.
- $536 million, July 8, 20116: Won in Indiana.
- $533 million: March 30, 2018: Won in New Jersey.
- $522 million: June 7, 2019: Won in California.
- $516 million: May 21, 2021: Won in Pennsylvania.
- $451 million, Jan.
Who won the 2021 Mega Millions?
The third Mega Millions jackpot won to date in 2021, Friday night’s win follows a whopping $1.050 billion prize collected by a group of players in Michigan on January 22 and $96 million won by a New York couple on February 16.
What’s the biggest lottery ever won?
The biggest lottery prize ever awarded in the United States was a $1.586 billion Powerball jackpot in 2016, according to The Associated Press. It was divided among three ticket winners in California, Florida and Tennessee.
Who won the last mega million?
June 7, 2019 – $522 million ($340.0 million cash) won by Laarni Bibal with a ticket purchased in San Diego, Calif.
Did anybody hit the Mega Million?
No one has hit the Mega Millions jackpot since an upstate New York couple won $96 million on Feb. 16 — a stretch of 26 twice-weekly drawings.
Did anyone win Mega Millions on Friday?
The winning Mega Millions numbers for Friday were 9, 18, 40, 46, and 69, and the Mega Ball number was 9 while the Megaplier was 2X. There was a top prize of $191 million and a cash option of $138 million on offer, but did anyone take home the big prize?
Has anyone died after winning the lottery?
In 2009, his family declared him missing, and in January 2010 his body was found buried under a concrete slab in the backyard of an acquaintance.
|Abraham Lee Shakespeare|
|Body discovered||January 26, 2010|
|Occupation||Truck driver’s assistant|
|Known for||Florida Lottery winner and murder victim|
How many lottery winners are still rich?
Life after winning the lottery may not stay glamorous forever. Whether they win $500 million or $1 million, about 70 percent of lotto winners lose or spend all that money in five years or less.