Mega Millions Winning Numbers March 30

Written By Valerie Cross on March 31, 2020

The Mega Millions jackpot currently sits at $113 million after it rolled over yet again. If someone were to match all six balls to win the jackpot on March 31, it would mean $90.3 million in their pocket for the cash option.

Last drawing on March 27 had one match five winner, in Connecticut. That ticket was worth $1 million, though the 4x megaplier would have made it $4 million.

The winning numbers were: 3 – 25 – 28 – 50 – 60 and the megaball was 01.

The $1 megaplier multiplies all non-jackpot winnings by a factor of up to 10x, depending on the number drawn.

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Winning numbers Tuesday, March 31

Mega Millions drawings happen every Tuesday and Friday at approximately 11 p.m. ET. Check back right here following the drawing to see if you matched the winning numbers.

Winning numbers: 8 – 17 – 51 – 57 – 70 megaball 2

Megaplier: 4X

There are nine ways to win a prize with overall chances of winning at 1 in 24.

If no one matches all five white balls plus the megaball, the jackpot will roll over again. And the jackpot will be even bigger on Friday.

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Valerie Cross is a senior content manager for Catena Media's Play-branded sites in Pennsylvania and New Jersey. She studied Spanish and Psychology (BA, Furman University) and Language Education (MA and Ph.D., Indiana University) and played Division 1 college softball. A former college English instructor, Valerie is a poker enthusiast and has been a writer and editor in the poker and legal gambling industries since 2016. She is a Cincinnati native and lifelong Reds and Bengals fan.

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