US Mega Millions Winning Numbers

US Mega Millions is a 5 + 1 number lottery game. To win $86 Million US Mega Millions jackpot, you have to match 5 main numbers and 1 bonus number.

US Mega Millions Past Results and Winning Numbers

The US Mega Millions result archive contains the results from 06-09-1996 11:00pm EST up to the last ones. You only need to select the right date from the list.

Friday 16th October 2020, 11:00pm 27 32 50 52 57 12
Tuesday 13th October 2020, 11:00pm 11 44 45 46 70 25
Friday 9th October 2020, 11:00pm 05 11 25 27 64 13
Tuesday 6th October 2020, 11:00pm 15 16 18 39 59 17
Friday 2nd October 2020, 11:00pm 09 38 47 49 68 25
Tuesday 29th September 2020, 11:00pm 14 39 43 44 67 19
Friday 25th September 2020, 11:00pm 20 36 37 48 67 16
Tuesday 22nd September 2020, 11:00pm 36 43 44 55 68 12
Friday 18th September 2020, 11:00pm 26 29 41 52 64 11
Tuesday 15th September 2020, 11:00pm 25 28 38 59 62 22

US Mega Millions Prizes

The US Mega Millions features 9 prize divisions. To win any prize in US Mega Millions, you have to match 1 number. Chances to hit the US Mega Millions jackpot are 302,575,350. To see all the US Mega Millions odds, go to the REVIEW tab.

Divisions Match Payout per Winner
1 Prize 5 + MegaBall $77,000,000
2 Prize 5 $1,000,000
3 Prize 4 + MegaBall $10,000
4 Prize 4 $500
5 Prize 3 + MegaBall $200
6 Prize 2 + MegaBall $10
7 Prize 3 $10
8 Prize 1 + MegaBall $4
9 Prize MegaBall $2

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The US Mega Millions generator provides FREE lucky numbers for US Mega Millions draws. All you need to do is to enter your name, your birth date, and the day of the draw you plan to participate in.

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US Mega Millions Review

Mega Millions is a fantastic lottery game that keeps a record for some of the highest jackpots ever handed out. Sounds exciting and it indeed is! Here’s a bit more you should know if you’re interested in getting started with Mega Millions.

Launched on August 31, 1996, and nicknamed the Big Game. Mega Millions had its first drawing on September 6, 1996, with six states engaging: Georgia, Illinois, Maryland, Massachusetts, Michigan, and Virginia.

Following a thrilling expansion of Mega Millions in 1997, an additional Thursday drawing has started taking place since February 1998. Participants received a bigger selection of numbers, plus a “cash payout” alternative in January 1999. In May 1999, New Jersey had become the 7th associate state.

In May 2002, the multistate game was presented with the new brand of “Mega Millions.” New York and Ohio became the new member states and the lottery matrix as well as winning prize volumes had been improved to provide people with even more significant incentives to play. All of these changes boosted the popularity of Mega Millions even further, turning it into one of the country’s favorite lotteries.

As of March 6, 2007, Mega Millions once again reached an amazing milestone by having a jackpot of $390,000,000 – it was the biggest jackpot in North America at the time.

The largest jackpot in Mega Millions history, $1.537 billion, was won on October 23, 2018.  The ticket was sold in South Carolina. Currently, it's the second largest lottery jackpot after Powerball's grand prize of $1.586 billion, which was won on January 13, 2016, by three tickets.

Currently, Mega Millions is available in 46 US states and jurisdictions. The game is also available for international players to try because of the online ticket purchasing opportunities provided by lottery agents. driving players to buy tickets for American lotteries such as the USA Mega Millions Lottery which is one of the biggest lotteries around the world, giving people from all around the world the chance to become millionaires.

US Mega Millions Rules

The Mega Millions rules are very simple and straightforward. To play, you have to choose 5 main numbers from a pool in the range from 1 to 70. To win the jackpot, a player will also need to pick a Mega Millions number in the range from 1 to 25. A correct combination of all 6 numbers will produce a jackpot-winning ticket.

Players can either choose their own numbers that they always submit or they can opt for a quick pick ticket. In the second instance, the numbers will be assigned randomly.

Each line costs 2 dollars, which turns Mega Millions into one of the world’s most affordable lotteries that feature massive jackpots.

An additional feature is also available. It’s called MegaPlier and it costs an additional dollar to activate. To use the MegaPlier, players have to pick an additional number. This additional number can increase non-jackpot prizes by multiplying them. The multiplication ranges from x2 to x5. The x5 MegaPlier was introduced in October 2013. Thus, when this opportunity is activated, a second prize of one million dollars can easily become 5 million dollars! And all of that – for an additional payment of 1 dollar!

The Odds of Winning USA Mega Millions

The odds of winning the Mega Millions jackpot are 1 in 302,575,350 (getting the main numbers and the Mega Ball number correct). The second prize tier (having 5 correct main numbers) comes with odds of 1 in 12,607,306. The third prize tier for matching 4 of the main numbers and the Mega Ball is characterized by odds of 1 in 931,001. Mega Millions gives you overall odds of winning any prize of 1 in 24.

Numbers Matched Mega Ball Mega Millions Win Mega Millions Odds
5 YES Jackpot 1 in 302,575,350
5 NO 1,000,000 1 in 12,607,306
4 YES $10,000 1 in 931,001
4 NO $500 1 in 38,792
3 YES $200 1 in 14,547
3 NO $10 1 in 606
2 YES $10 1 in 693
1 YES $4 1 in 89
0 YES $2 1 in 37

USA Mega Millions Prize Breakdown

In addition to the jaw-dropping Mega Millions lottery jackpot, you can win the other prizes ranging from $2 to $1,000,000. Mega Millions is a game that has a minimum guaranteed jackpot of 40 million dollars. If the sum isn’t won, it will roll over to the next drawing by a minimum of $5 million. This is how Mega Millions gets to generate some of the most spectacular jackpots across the globe.

The biggest ever Mega Millions jackpot came down at the end of March 2012. It was valued at 656 million dollars and there were three lucky tickets that split the prize. The second largest Mega Millions jackpot was won in December 2013. It was 648 million dollars and the sum was split between two lucky ticket owners from California and Georgia.

The second prize tier is one million dollars and the third prize tier – 10,000 dollars.

Apart from the standard prizes, Mega Millions has a wonderful MegaPlier feature. The MegaPlier is an additional number that the player chooses. It makes the ticket a little bit more expensive, but it also has the power to increase non-jackpot prizes significantly.

The MegaPlier feature was introduced in 2013, it costs an additional dollar and it can multiply the prize by x2 to x5. MegaPliers are only available in some of the states where Mega Millions is legally played. The lottery’s website provides more information.

The final important thing to know about the Mega Millions prizes is that they’re paid in the form of either a lump sum or an annuity payment. In the case of lump sum payments, taxes will be applied immediately. This rule reduces the amount that the winner will receive.

Numbers Matched Mega Ball Estimated Prize
5 YES Jackpot
5 NO 1,000,000
4 YES $10,000
4 NO $500
3 YES $200
3 NO $10
2 YES $10
1 YES $4
0 YES $2

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