Mega Millions $120 million winning ticket sold in Wisconsin
Someone in Wisconsin has millions and millions of reasons to smile.
One ticket sold in Wisconsin won the $120 million Mega Millions jackpot on Tuesday night, according to the lottery website. The jackpot was estimated at $119 million prior to the drawing, but rose based on actual sales, the lottery announced.
It was not immediately known where in the Badger State the winning ticket was sold. It was the first time a Mega Millions jackpot was won in Wisconsin.
The winning numbers drawn on Tuesday, Sept. 15, 2020 were: 25 – 28 – 38 – 59 – 62 and Megaball 22. The Megaplier was 4x.
The jackpot winner can also choose the cash option which was an estimated $95.4 million.
The Mega Millions jackpot was last won on July 31, when a $22 million winning ticket was sold in Mira Loma, California.One ticket sold in Wisconsin won the $120 million Mega Millions jackpot on Tuesday night, according to the lottery website.
Winning $410M Mega Millions ticket sold in Phoenix suburb
PHOENIX — A sole winning ticket for Tuesday’s $410 million Mega Millions drawing was sold at a convenience store in a Phoenix suburb, lottery officials said Wednesday.
The winning ticket was purchased at a Circle K in the city of Glendale, Arizona Lottery spokesman John Gilleland said Wednesday.
The jackpot can be paid out as an annuity with 30 annual payments or is worth $316.8 million if collected in a lump-sum, Gilleland said.
The winning numbers were 1, 5, 9, 10 and 23, with Mega Ball 22.
Under a 2019 Arizona law, the winner can remain anonymous forever, Gilleland said.
“We may never be able to release the identity,” he said.
The law specifies that winners of Arizona Lottery prizes of $100,000 or more automatically remain anonymous for 90 days but the winners can choose to remain anonymous permanently. The option for permanent anonymity was adopted last year.
“Every single person that has won that sort of money has opted for that,” Gilleland said.A sole winning ticket for Tuesday's $410 million Mega Millions drawing was sold at a convenience store in a Phoenix suburb, lottery officials said Wednesday. ]]>