Mega Millions

The Mega Millions jackpot keeps increasing. We outline the tax obligations you would have if you were to win the $1.28 billion prize currently being offered.

The Mega Millions jackpot keeps increasing. We outline the tax obligations you would have if you were to win the $1.28 billion prize currently being offered.

As the time for Mega Millions' $1,100,000,000 jackpot drawing approaches, the second-highest prize in this lottery game's history,

People are interested in the information about the odds of winning the top prize and other details of this gambling game that is available.

According to USA Mega, based on the last 100 Mega Millions draws,

The most often winning numbers are: 7, 21, 40, 3, and 58. The Mega Ball's 24 is the number that has dominated the most times.

The winning numbers in Friday's $1.28 billion Mega Millions drawing were 13, 36, 45, 57, and 67, with a Mega Ball of 14.

The jackpot on Friday has a cash value option of $742.2 million. The drawing will take place at the Atlanta WSB-TV studio at 11 p.m. ET.

The $1.586 billion Powerball jackpot from January 13, 2016, which was the highest jackpot in any US lottery game, was split among winners in Tennessee, Florida, and California.

If any winning tickets were sold is yet unknown. After the winning numbers were revealed, the Mega Millions website instantly collapsed.

In 2018, the $1.537 billion jackpot for Mega Millions was the highest ever, and the winning ticket was purchased in South Carolina. In 2021, $1.05 billion was awarded as the second largest Mega Millions prize.