Mega Millions Winning Numbers Sept. 3; $3 Million WI Winner

Written By Staff on September 3, 2021 - Last Updated on September 4, 2021
Mega Millions winning numbers

It’s the first September drawing for the Mega Millions.

For Friday, Sept. 3, the Mega Millions estimated jackpot is $323 million with a $234.9 million cash option.

Winning Mega Millions numbers Sept. 3

Mega Millions holds two drawings weekly, every Tuesday and Friday around 11:15 p.m. ET. Check below for tonight’s winning numbers.

The winning numbers for Sept. 3 are delayed. The results of the drawing when available will be updated as soon as possible.

Winning numbers: 7 – 10 – 12 – 61 – 65

Mega Ball: 3

Megaplier: 2X

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$3 million WI Megaplier winner

There is one lucky customer out of Wisconsin that increased their wealth by $3 million (minus taxes). Out of New Berlin, WI, the Quick Pick BP, 14001 National Ave. sold the winner.

In fact, this is the largest lottery prize awarded out of Wisconsin this year. The winning numbers matched 8 – 14 – 31 – 58 – 68. However, the ticket just missed the Mega Ball to win the whole jackpot. Yet, the ticket tacked on the optional $1 Megaplier which tripled the prize to $3 million.

Cindy Polzin, Director of the Wisconsin Lottery stated:

“It’s been fun to see August filled with so many winning moments for Wisconsin Lottery players. We encourage everyone who played Mega Millions last night to check their tickets carefully.”

Buy lottery tickets online

In Pennsylvania specifically, buy your Mega Millions tickets through the state-run PA online lottery. Moreover, there is a free $20 just for signing up as a new player with no deposit required.

There are also other states that sell online lottery tickets, such as:

  • New York
  • Georgia
  • Illinois
  • Kentucky
  • Michigan
  • North Carolina
  • North Dakota
  • Virginia

Each state lottery’s proceeds go towards helping different programs. In Pennsylvania, the lottery benefits older Pennsylvanians.

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