The jackpot for tonight’s Mega Millions drawing is almost half a billion dollars, making it the tenth largest of all time. The cash option alone is worth nearly $276 million. You can follow the drawing live on MLive.com and see if you are a winner. You can also buy instant tickets or play the other lottery games offered by the Michigan Lottery. The next jackpot drawing is scheduled for Saturday, April 9.
Mega Millions jackpot is estimated to climb to $268 on Saturday, April 9
If you play the Powerball lottery, you may be the next lucky winner. The jackpot for Saturday’s drawing is estimated at $268 million, but the cash-value option is $171.1 million. Depending on how many tickets are sold, the jackpot could go up even higher. Last Wednesday, a player from Connecticut won $185.3 million in the Powerball drawing. This jackpot is up to $268 million.
The jackpot for the Mega Millions lottery hasn’t been won since April 15 and is currently at $370 million. It’s the largest jackpot since January. The next drawing is expected to bring in another $400 million. In Thursday’s drawing, the winning numbers were 27-31-50-51-61 and the Mega Ball was 21. There were also 407 winners of $500 prizes.
This weekend’s jackpot is expected to reach a record high of $268 million. This is the highest jackpot in 14 months, and it would be the 11th largest in Mega Millions history. The jackpot last topped $20 million in Tennessee in April. The winner collected $20 million in cash. So, who will be the lucky winner this Saturday? There are many ways to win the Mega Millions lottery.
The MEGA MILLIONS and POWERBALL jackpots are both expected to increase to an estimated $625 million each. If you win the MEGA MILLIONS jackpot, you can choose to receive the cash in 30 annual installments or as a lump sum. The POWERBALL jackpot, on the other hand, can be received in a single cash payment of $411.4 million.
The previous winner of the Powerball grand prize was purchased in New Jersey on January 20, 2021. That drawing brought in a jackpot of $730 million, the game’s fourth-largest in history. In February 2020, three tickets with a jackpot of $169 million were sold in Maryland. The jackpot was reduced to $40 million after the COVID-19 pandemic hit the United States.
Unclaimed Mega Millions of jackpots in Michigan
You’re a lucky person if you’ve won one of the many unclaimed Mega Millions of jackpots in Michigan. The game’s jackpot has now topped $648 million since its launch on Dec. 17, 2013. In Michigan, the jackpot was won by a ticket purchased in New York. The ticket matched five white balls and the Mega Ball. The winning ticket was validated for the jackpot by the retailer. You must provide the play slip to the retailer to claim the prize. The Mega Millions draws are held every Tuesday and Friday.
A woman from Pierson, Mich., purchased the winning ticket on Sept. 21, 2018. The winning ticket matched five white balls on the main drawing, but the winner did not claim the prize within eight months. This person bought the winning ticket at the Pierson Trading Post on South Fourth Street. Although the winner did not claim their prize, the state has a program that will let her claim the prize. The winner has 180 days to claim their prize. If the winner does not claim their prize within that time, they lose their right to collect their jackpot in cash.
If you’re a resident of Michigan, you can search for unclaimed Mega Millions of jackpots in your state. These jackpots will expire within one year of their respective draw date. To claim a prize, you must fill out the appropriate forms and provide your Social Security number. You can also visit the Lottery’s headquarters in Lansing. The Michigan Lottery will check with the state treasury department to determine whether the winner has any outstanding debt or unpaid debt.
If you live in Michigan, you should check out the Michigan Lottery’s website. There are millions of unclaimed prizes in the state. You can check the state’s website for details about raffles, instant tickets, and other lottery games. So, go check out those unclaimed jackpots in Michigan. You may even be the lucky winner of one of them. They’ll be thrilled to receive their prize!
If you have not claimed your prize yet, you’re lucky enough to have won a $1 million Mega Millions jackpot. Unfortunately, this prize is far from being worth the other unclaimed Mega Millions of jackpots in Michigan. It’s equivalent to matching five of six numbers on St. Patrick’s Day 2020. Although it’s a good start, it’s a pittance compared to some of the bigger jackpots in the Mega Millions and Powerball.
Unclaimed Megaplier jackpots in Colorado
After the jackpot was won last week, lottery officials in Colorado were still sifting through unclaimed tickets to determine who should receive the prize. Unclaimed Colorado lottery winnings are donated to the following organizations: Building Excellent Schools Today, Colorado Parks and Wildlife, and Great Outdoors. Colorado Lottery officials are encouraging players to check their tickets for other prizes and notify them of any unclaimed jackpots. The lottery company also has a website dedicated to tracking down unclaimed jackpots.
After winning a jackpot, the winner may elect to receive the prize in either a lump sum or an annuity. The annuity option is paid in 30 graduated payments over 29 years, with the subsequent payments made close to the anniversary date of the winning ticket. The winner has 60 days to choose how to receive their prize. The unclaimed prize amounts in Colorado are in the range of $50 to a few hundred dollars. Colorado has drawn Mega Millions in Limon, Denver, Aurora, Littleton, Avon, and Glenwood Springs.
The Colorado Lottery reports that more than 16 million dollars in prizes went unclaimed last year. In addition, thousands of smaller prizes go unclaimed each year, including the Megaplier jackpot, Powerball, and Mega Millions. Unclaimed prizes are reported on Colorado Lottery’s Unclaimed Prizes Report website. In addition, players may have unclaimed jackpots of $10 to $1 million. It’s difficult to tell how many tickets went unclaimed in a given state.
The unclaimed Megaplier jackpot in Colorado has never been claimed by any winner. Colorado has been a member of the MUSL since April 2001. Its jackpots begin at $40 million and increase to over $60 million after the Megaplier game option. The Megaplier option is authorized by the Director of the Colorado Lottery and any further instructions are issued. Moreover, Rule 14 will apply in case of conflict.