Mega Millions Winning Numbers June 12, Jackpot Resets To $20 Million

Written By Vanessa Lutz on June 12, 2020
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The Mega Millions jackpot is now an estimated $20 million (or $15.4 million for the cash option) for tonight’s June 12 drawing.

As a matter of fact, this evening’s jackpot is now reset to the $20 million after a massive haul of $410 million by a single lucky lotto ticket holder bought outside of Phoenix, Arizona. Not to mention, this was the 11th biggest jackpot amount in Mega Millions history.

Additionally, two lucky winners from Pennsylvania walked away each with $1 million by matching the five white ball numbers. The winning numbers for last Tuesday night: 1 – 5 – 9 – 10 – 23 with megaball 22.

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In light of the coronavirus shutdowns, the Keystone State’s lottery retailers are beginning to reopen. However, you can still purchase lotto tickets online from the convenience of your mobile or desktop devices.

In fact, the PA iLottery just celebrated a staggering $1 billion in sales for the most successful online lottery launch in the US.

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Winning Mega Millions Numbers Friday, June 12

Notably, both Mega Millions and Powerball temporarily instituted rules involving jackpot minimums. These jackpot roll amounts will depend on both sales and interest rates. So, there is no guaranteed minimum.

Mega Millions drawings occur every Tuesday and Friday at 11 p.m. ET. After the June 12 drawing, find winning numbers posted below.

Winning numbers: 9 – 14 – 57 – 67 – 70 megaball 2

Megaplier: 3X

We wish you all the best of luck, and please play responsibly.

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Vanessa Lutz graduated from Washington and Lee University School of Law with a J.D. She played poker professionally and then took some time off to have a family. Now she is combining her experience as a contributor to PlayPennsylvania.

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