Mega Millions Winning Numbers For May 28
The long weekend may be over, but the fun could continue tonight. After all, one Pennsylvania Lottery players could have Mega Millions.
Tuesday’s drawing should boast around a $418 million Mega Millions jackpot. Should you want to take the lump sum prize, that is still roughly $263.3 million. The drawing takes place at 11 p.m. ET. Check back here to find out if your numbers match these winners:
Winning numbers: 9-21-34-42-50
Mega Ball: 21
The estimated annuity payout stands at $418 million for tonight’s Mega Millions, equating to a lump sum of roughly $263.3 million.
If it hits tonight, the jackpot will be the ninth-biggest in Mega Millions history.
With such a sizable prize, Pennsylvanians likely will have stockpiled tickets. Fortunately for them, there’s no need to pore over each individual ticket. The PA Lottery mobile app allows players to scan tickets for winners.
Mega Millions mega winner last week
This time last week, one Mega Millions ticket resulted in a big payday for one PA Lottery player.
One player matched all five white balls, but not the yellow Mega Ball. That guaranteed the winner at least $1 million. However, the winner splurged an extra dollar to earn a Megaplier on the ticket. With a max multiplier of 5X, the winnings boosted to $5 million.
While the winner has yet to come forward, the winnings stand as one of the largest in recent PA Lottery history among tickets that did not hit the Mega Millions jackpot.
Now, the rest of the state has another shot at a life-changing prize. It would be nice if a Pennsylvanian could take home the big payday. Since Mega Millions started in PA in 2010, no player in the state has netted a top 20 jackpot in the game.
Odds and prizes for Mega Millions
Certainly, the probability of hitting the Mega Millions jackpot is low. We all know this.
Fortunately, the game is not all-or-nothing.
Take a look here for all the available prizes and odds included in Mega Millions:
Tuesday's Mega Millions drawing features one of the ten biggest jackpots in the history of the game. Can a Pennsylvania player win the $418 million?