Mega Millions Winning Numbers April 10, Jackpot At $136 Million

Written By Kevin Shelly on April 10, 2020 - Last Updated on April 14, 2020
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The Mega Millions jackpot for the Friday, April 10 is estimated at $136 million. The cash option for matching all six numbers is $108.3 million.

If you live in Pennsylvania, tickets for the drawing are available for purchase online at the PA iLottery. By signing up here through our links, you are eligible for a free $20 using bonus code PLAY20.

You will also receive a 100% first deposit match bonus up to $250 using promo code DEP250.

Slowed sales mean changes

Ticket sales have declined recently because of retail closures aimed at coronavirus containment. As a result, the Mega Millions jackpot will start over at $20 million rather than $40 million, starting after the next grand prize is paid out.

The minimum roll amount is also changing. Previously, each time the jackpot did not hit, the next jackpot would increase by a minimum of $5 million. That minimum is no longer the case since sales patterns are disrupted.

April 7 drawing results

Winning numbers on Tuesday, April 7 were 25 – 33 – 43 – 51 – 68. The megaball was 20 and megaplier was 2x.

One Florida player matched five white balls, but not the mega ball, meaning a win of $1 million. The player did not have the megaplier.

Winning mega millions numbers for April 10

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

Winning numbers: 2 – 11 – 21 – 57 – 60 megaball 13

Megaplier: 2x

The grand prize grows after each drawing it is not hit. The amount it goes up now depends on sales, with no minimum increase guaranteed. But for now, the jackpot is in the nine-figure range.

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Kevin C. Shelly is an award-winning career journalist who has spent most of his career in South Jersey. He's the former assistant city editor of The Press of Atlantic City, where he covered the casino industry and Atlantic City government as a reporter. He was also an investigative, narrative enterprise, and features reporter for Gannett’s Courier-Post.

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