Winning Mega Millions Numbers April 21

Written By Valerie Cross on April 21, 2020 - Last Updated on April 22, 2020
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The Mega Millions jackpot is an estimated $164 million ($134.7 million cash option) on Tuesday, April 21. When the jackpot hits again, the amount will reset to $20 million rather than $40 million.

That’s because lottery sales are down right now due to many retailers being closed in the national coronavirus shutdown.

If you live in Pennsylvania, you can buy your draw tickets online at the PA iLottery, from home or from your phone. If you sign up through our links here, you’ll get a bonus $20 plus a generous deposit match.

Previous winning numbers – April 17

The April 17 drawing had winning numbers of 13 – 35 – 39 – 46 – 55 megaball 14 with a megaplier of 4x. The megaplier is $1 to add to any ticket and multiplies non-jackpot winnings by the factor that is drawn.

A player in Maryland knows that well. That ticket matched all five white balls and won $4 million with the megaplier in play. Another ticket had the exact same numbers and won $1 million, with no megaplier. Still a healthy payout by any account.

Eleven tickets matched four white balls and the megaball to win $10,000 but two of them quadrupled it to $40,000.

Winning Mega Millions numbers April 21

Drawings take place every Tuesday and Friday around 11 p.m. ET. Here are the winning numbers for the drawing on Tuesday, April 21.

Winning numbers: 13 – 15 – 24 – 67 – 70 and megaball of 14

Megaplier: 2x

The Mega Millions jackpot may grow at a slower speed for some time, but the grand prize is still hefty. And at least the lottery is continuing even as other forms of entertainment are on hiatus.

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Valerie Cross is a senior content manager for Catena Media's Play network of sites including PlayPennsylvania, PlayMichigan and Valerie was a poker writer and editor for PokerNews before joining the regulated sports betting and online gambling industry in 2019. She received her BA from Furman University in 2007 in Spanish and Psychology and completed her MA and Ph.D. at Indiana University in Language Education.

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