If you’re feeling lucky, Mega Millions is the lottery game to play right now, as the jackpot continues to soar. The Grand Prize for July 1 is estimated to be $360 million. The lump sum cash value of the prize is $199 million before taxes.
The Mega Millions jackpot is the highest available at the moment, with the Powerball top prize resetting to $20 million following the win in Vermont on Wednesday.
The Mega Millions jackpot has been hit four times this year. The two most recent jackpot wins occurred in back-to-back drawings. A player in Minnesota hit the $110 million jackpot on April 12, and in the very next drawing on April 15, the $20 million prize was hit in Tennessee.
Check tonight’s Mega Millions winning numbers here, after the drawing at 11:00 p.m. ET.
Winning Mega Millions numbers for Friday, July 1, 2022
Winning numbers: 1 – 27 – 29 – 38 – 62
Mega Ball: 12
Vermont gets first Powerball jackpot win
A lucky player finally hit the Powerball jackpot on Wednesday, after 26 drawings in a row with no top winner. The jackpot is worth $366.7 million annuitized, or $208.5 million cash, before taxes.
In PA Lottery news, a lottery retailer sold another The Price Is Right scratch-off ticket worth $1 million. A player in Greene County bought the ticket at a Sheetz store in Waynesburg. The retailer earned a $5,000 bonus for selling the winning ticket.
The Price Is Right scratch-offs cost $20 and offer top prizes of $1 million. There are still a couple top rewards left to be won on that game, and three prizes of $100,000. See the full list of remaining prizes at the PA Lottery’s website.
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