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Mega Millions lottery climbs to $521


03/31/2018


In 2012, the Mega Millions recorded its highest ever figure of $656 million.



On Saturday, for the fourth time in the history of the Mega Millions lottery, the jackpot amount climbed to $521 million.
 
No winner has been announced so far.
 
On Friday night, the winning numbers that were drawn were 11, 28, 31, 46, and 59 with a “mega Ball” of 1.
 
The drawing follows a Mega Millions drawing on March 27, in which no winning ticket has emerged 23 times in a row.
 
On January 5, a 20 year old man from Florida bagged the grand prize of $451 million.
 
As of Friday’s 11 pm ET (0300 GMT) the jackpot drawing was for the tenth largest prize ever offered in the U.S.
 
Currently Powerball holds the record with a $1.586 billion payout in 2016.
 
References:
reuters.com







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