Mega Millions Winning Numbers February 28

Written By Kevin Shelly on February 28, 2020 - Last Updated on February 29, 2020
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The jackpot for the Mega Millions drawing Friday, February 28 stands at an estimated $60 million. That is, a cool $42.9 million in your piggy bank for matching all six numbers and taking the cash option.

The last Mega Millions drawing was for an estimated $55 million on February 25. The numbers were 2 – 9 – 43 – 49 – 63 with a megaball of 15 and the megaplier was 2x.

There were no jackpot winners or million-dollar winners, but ten tickets matched four white balls and the megaball. Eight of them won $10,000 while two doubled their winnings to $20,000 with the $1 megaplier in play.

Mega Millions tickets are now available for purchase online in PA at the PA iLottery platform, so you don’t even have to leave the comfort of home (or phone) to take a shot at millions. Plus, you get $5 free for signing up here through our links.

How to play Mega Millions

Mega Millions drawings are held every Tuesday and Friday at 10:59 ET. The first five balls will be between 1 and 70 and the megaball between 1 and 25.

There are nine ways to win, ranging from $2 for matching the megaball, up to the jackpot. Overall chances of winning a prize are 1 in 24 while odds of hitting the jackpot are 1 in 302,575,350. Chances of matching all five white balls to win a million are much higher at 1 in 12,607,306.

The odds may be long, but the potential payout is great.

Winning numbers for February 28, 2020

Be sure to get those tickets in an hour before drawing time if you live in PA, whether you like to choose your own numbers or use the Quick Pick option. You can find the winning numbers for Friday, Feb. 28 here shortly after 11 p.m. when they are available.

Winning numbers: 14 – 2 – 3 – 41 – 64 and megaball: 17

Megaplier: 2x

Best of luck, lotto players.

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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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