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U.S. - Mega Millions Winning Numbers

  • 356636825

U.S. - Mega Millions Prize Breakdown

Prizes
With Multiplier

U.S. - Mega Millions Lottery Information

Guess Range 5/70 + Mega Ball 1/25
Multiplier Prizes Multiply any non-jackpot prize amount won by 2, 3, 4 or 5, depending on the Megaplier number drawn.
Offered In Arizona, Arkansas, California, Colorado, Connecticut, Delaware, District of Columbia, Florida, Georgia, Idaho, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Kentucky, Louisiana, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, Michigan, Minnesota, Mississippi, Missouri, Montana, Nebraska, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New Mexico, New York, North Carolina, North Dakota, Ohio, Oklahoma, Oregon, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, South Carolina, South Dakota, Tennessee, Texas, Virgin Islands, Washington, West Virginia, Wisconsin, Wyoming, U.S., Puerto Rico, USA
Schedule
(Local draw time)
Jackpot Type CASH
Tax Requirement Lottery prizes are subject to taxation at source. There are three tax bands. Tax Band 1: Tax-free up to $599.99. Tax Band 2: Any prize between $600 and $4,999.99 is subject to a tax rate of 30% for non-residents. Tax Band 3: Any prize above $5,000 is subject to a tax rate of 38.82% for non-residents. Check the tax laws in your country of residence for any further local taxation you may be subject to.

Chances to win U.S. - Mega Millions

Divisions Match Winning Odds
1 Prize 5+1Mega Ball 1:302,575,350
2 Prize 5 1:12,607,306
3 Prize 4+1Mega Ball 1:931,001
4 Prize 4 1:38,792
5 Prize 3+1Mega Ball 1:14,547
6 Prize 3 1:606
7 Prize 2+1Mega Ball 1:693
8 Prize 1+1Mega Ball 1:89
9 Prize 0+1Mega Ball 1:37
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Check if you're a Mega Millions prize winner

Discover if you’ve won a Mega Millions prize online from Australia by comparing the five main numbers and the Mega Ball number on your ticket to the numbers selected in the draw. The main numbers are drawn from a drum of balls with a guess range of 1-70, while the Mega Number is drawn from a separate drum with numbers that range from 1-25. If you match all six numbers (five main numbers + one Mega Ball number), you can take home your share of the amazing Mega Millions jackpot! This prize starts at a staggering $20 million and has no cap – meaning it can keep growing until someone wins it! In the past, this prize has set world records and awarded two jackpots surpassing $1 billion!

You also have a chance at taking home one of the draw’s 8 non-jackpot prizes by making a partial match of the main numbers with or without the Mega Ball number. If you’ve matched a non-jackpot prize and have added the Megaplier feature to your ticket, be sure to see which number was selected to know how big your boosted prize will be!

Learn more by visiting the official US Mega Millions website.

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US Mega Millions history

Mega Millions launched as a multi-state lottery in August 1996 as “The Big Game” and was initially offered in just six states. In February 2003, the lottery was rebranded and came back as “Mega Millions” with a new and improved format including the addition of the Megaplier feature. In January 2010, Mega Millions made a historic cross-selling agreement with Powerball, enabling participating states to sell tickets to both lotteries.

Throughout the years, the Mega Millions matrix has changed three times, with the last format change occurring in October 2018 when it was set to the current 5/70 + 1/25. As of January 2020, there are 47 lotteries offering Mega Millions ( 45 states + the District of Columbia (in blue), plus the U.S. Virgin Islands). The last state to be added to the roster was Mississippi, which joined in January 2020.

On 7 April 2020, the Mega Millions starting jackpot amount was reset from $40 million to $20 million with at least a $2 million jackpot increase for each draw without a jackpot winner.

How high can Mega Millions jackpots get?

How high can Mega Millions jackpots get?

As one of the biggest lotteries on the planet, it’s no surprise that the Mega Millions jackpot have repeatedly broken records across the globe! Mega Millions awarded its largest jackpot ever, $1.537 billion, in October 2018 to a single ticket purchased in South Carolina. While it didn’t beat out Powerball’s $1.586 billion jackpot awarded two years prior, it is currently the biggest jackpot ever won by a single ticket.

Mega Millions once again surpassed the billion-dollar mark in January 2021 after it awarded a $1.05 billion jackpot to a 4-member syndicate from Michigan! This is now Mega Millions' second-largest jackpot and the world's third-biggest lottery prize to date!

Before Powerball’s world record was set in 2016, Mega Millions $656 million jackpot won in March 2012 reigned as the world’s biggest lottery prize for a total of four years.