Lottery officials say one ticket matched five numbers Saturday and is worth $1 million before taxes. No one won the $181 million jackpot.
The Mega Millions jackpot has risen to an estimated $45 million for the next drawing in the multistate lottery game.
None of the 3 winning tickets sold for Friday’s record $640 million jackpot went to Michiganders, but don’t toss your tickets just yet.
“Never has there been a jackpot this size in any lottery in the world,” said Michigan Lottery spokesperson Andi Brancato.
The clock is ticking for the holder of a winning Fantasy 5 lottery ticket worth over $213,745.
The Pleasant Ridge-based online promotions designer ePrize LLC and the Michigan Lottery Monday announced the launch of official applications for iPhone and Android mobile devices, extending the Michigan Lottery’s online loyalty offerings.
Someone in Michigan could be $312 million richer after tonight’s Mega Millions drawing. But what are the odds?
If a player wins Friday night’s jackpot and chooses the annuity payment option, he or she will receive $7.7 million per year for 26 years, less taxes. The estimated lump sum cash value of the jackpot is $128.3 million, less taxes.
Over $330 million will be on the table for Tuesday night’s 11 p.m. Mega Millions lottery drawing.