Mega Millions Jackpot Up To $145 Million, Winning Numbers April 14

Posted on April 14, 2020

The Mega Millions jackpot continues its climb and now sits at $145 million ($115.2 million for the cash option). If anyone matches all six numbers in the April 14 drawing, that will be the payout.

Mega Millions jackpot changes, tickets available online

It would be a great time to win the grand prize, before the lower jackpot reset amount goes into effect.

With sales down due to coronavirus closures, Mega Millions and Powerball jackpots will begin at $20 million rather than $40 million, following jackpot payouts.

If you live in Pennsylvania, you no longer have to visit a live retailer to get your lotto tickets. You can buy them online at the PA iLottery platform. You can get a free $20 and a deposit bonus by signing up through our links here.

Claim Your Free $20 At PA iLottery!
$20 Free Play
Just For Signing Up
$20 Free At Sign Up With Bonus Code PLAY20
Up To $250 Bonus On First Deposit!
Instant Win Games!

Previous winning numbers, tickets

The winning numbers for the last drawing on April 10 were 2 – 11 – 21 – 57 – 60 with a megaball of 13. The megaplier was 2x. No one hit the jackpot and neither did anyone match all five white balls for a million.

There were some five-figure winners who matched four white balls and the megaball. Eleven of those tickets were worth $10,000 and another four doubled their winnings to $20,000 with the megaplier.

Winning Mega Millions numbers April 14

Mega Millions drawings take place every Tuesday and Friday at 11 p.m. ET. Find the winning numbers here when they are available.

Winning numbers: 29 – 47 – 65 – 69 – 70 megaball 7

Megaplier: 4X

As of now, each time the jackpot does not hit, the roll amount depends on sales and interest rates, with no minimum guaranteed.

Best of luck and remember, always play responsibly.

Valerie Cross Avatar
Written by
Valerie Cross

Valerie Cross is the managing editor of PlayPennsylvania. Valerie taught English as a Second Language before transitioning full-time to poker media. She has a B.A. from Furman University and MA and PhD degrees in language education from Indiana University. A former associate editor at PokerNews, Valerie currently resides in Northern California.

View all posts by Valerie Cross
Privacy Policy