Mega Millions Jackpot Soars to $1.05 Billion with No Top Winner

The Mega Millions jackpot has reached an astounding $1.05 billion, making it the fourth-largest prize in the history of the lottery.

1. Record-Breaking Jackpot

The winning numbers for Friday night's drawing were 5, 10, 28, 52, 63, and the Mega Ball was 18.

2. Friday's Drawing

Despite the high stakes, there was no winning ticket that matched all six numbers drawn on Friday night.

3. No Top Winner

The estimated jackpot for the upcoming Tuesday night drawing remains at $1.05 billion, offering the chance for a life-changing win.

4. Next Drawing's Prize

The winner of Tuesday's jackpot has the choice to receive the prize in annual payments spread over 29 years or opt for a lump-sum payment estimated at $527.9 million.

5. Lump-Sum Option

While no one won the jackpot, one ticket sold in Pennsylvania won $5 million by matching the first five numbers and using the Megaplier option.

6. Big Secondary Prizes

Four other tickets matched the first five numbers without the Megaplier, winning $1 million each. These tickets were sold in Arizona, California, New York, and Pennsylvania.

7. Additional $1 Million Winners

The top three Mega Millions jackpots in history include a $1.537 billion prize won in South Carolina in 2018, a $1.348 billion ticket sold in Maine in January, and a $1.337 billion prize won last July.

8. Previous Record Holders

The fourth-largest prize in Mega Millions history, a $1.05 billion jackpot, was previously won by a ticket sold in Michigan in 2021.

9. Michigan's Big Win

Just the previous week, a Powerball ticket sold in Los Angeles won a staggering $1.08 billion, making it the third-largest Powerball jackpot ever.

10. Recent Powerball Jackpot