Kansas players win prizes in Tuesday Mega Millions drawing

Kansas players win prizes in Tuesday Mega Millions drawing

But for a Mega Millions ticket holder, it's also a lucky store for them.

The six winning numbers were printed on a ticket sold at the store off Lee Vaughn Road, about a 6.5km drive from city hall. The Whistle Stop will receive a $10,000 bonus for selling the winning ticket.

The jackpot-winning ticket, winning $1.6 billion, was sold in SC.

The magic numbers drawn Tuesday night were 5, 28, 62, 65, 70, and the Mega Ball was 5.

There is another opportunity to win some cash, Wednesday's Powerball jackpot is an estimated $620 million.

A flimsy little piece of paper that crossed the counter of a convenience store on a country road in Simpsonville, South Carolina, is now worth $1.537 billion, and they apparently don't know the victor.

Idaho had five winning tickets that were only one number away from sharing in the jackpot prize. She was worth $1.8 billion from the chemical, real estate and manufacturing conglomerate, the magazine reported.

Lottery officials have not announced the identities of a victor or winners.

Meanwhile, South Carolina Education Lottery Chief Operating Officer Tony Cooper had some advice for the victor, who has 180 days to claim his or her prize: "Sign the back of that (ticket)".

Sales reached almost $740 million during that time, lottery officials said.

When it comes to the KC Mart, that is accurate.

David Kramer, an attorney in Omaha, Nebraska, said he buys a lottery ticket when the jackpot soars for "the three days of daydreaming it gives me of what I'd do with the money if I won".

The most popular prize in the state from this drawing is $2 - 340,628 tickets matched the Mega Ball for $2 prizes.

The victor has 180 days to claim the prize, Armstrong said. It reflects a trend toward ever-growing lottery prizes due to changes that worsened the odds with hopes of bigger jackpots and better sales.

For the victor, options include an immediate cash payment of $877.8 million, or the $1.537 billion prize paid out over 29 years.

'Sell me another lucky one.

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