WICHITA, Kan. (KSNW) — The Mega Millions jackpot is expected to be about $630 million on Friday after no one won Tuesday’s jackpot. However, more than 11,000 Kansans won smaller prizes from Tuesday’s drawing.
According to the Kansas Lottery, four Kansas tickets won $500 because they matched four white balls and two tickets are worth three times that because they were Megaplier tickets.
The white balls were 2-31-32-37-70. The Megaball was 25, and the Megaplier was X3.
|5 White Balls & Megaball||Jackpot||0||0|
|5 White Balls||$1,000,000||0||0|
|4 White Balls & Megaball||$10,000||0||0|
|4 White Balls||$500||4||2|
|3 White Balls & Megaball||$200||28||0|
|3 White Balls||$10||367||66|
|2 White Balls & Megaball||$10||341||57|
|1 White Balls & Megaball||$4||2611||476|
|0 White Balls & Megaball||$2||6488||1240|
Mega Millions tickets cost $2. The Megaplier option is an additional $1. If you want to play for only the jackpot, ask for a “Just the Jackpot” wager. You will get two plays for $3, but you will not have the chance to win any of the smaller prizes.
Facts about Mega Millions:
- The odds of winning the Mega Millions jackpot are one in 302,575,350.
- The odds of winning the $2 Megaball prize is one in 24.
- The largest Mega Millions jackpot was $1.537 billion on Oct. 23, 2018.