Mega Millions Lottery - Winning Numbers & Results (2024)

Due numbers

Five due numbers

  • 9
  • 14
  • 20
  • 29
  • 35

One dueMega Ballnumber

  • 1

Not due numbers

Five not due numbers

  • 22
  • 26
  • 27
  • 40
  • 62

One not dueMega Ballnumber

  • 14

Prizes and odds

5 + Mega BallJackpot1 in 302,575,350
5$1,000,0001 in 12,607,306
4 + Mega Ball$10,0001 in 931,001
4$5001 in 38,792
3 + Mega Ball$2001 in 14,547
3$101 in 606
2 + Mega Ball$101 in 693
1 + Mega Ball$41 in 89
Mega Ball$21 in 37
Overall odds of winning a prize in Mega Millions are 1 in 24.

Megaplier prizes and odds

Game schedule

Draw dayDraw timeSales close
Tuesday11:00 p.m. ETVaries by jurisdiction
Friday11:00 p.m. ETVaries by jurisdiction

10 biggest jackpot wins

Rank Jackpot Numbers Draw DateLocation Winner Info
1st $1.6 Billion
  • 13
  • 19
  • 20
  • 32
  • 33
  • 14 MB
  • Megaplier: x2
Aug 08, 2023 FL Saltines Holdings, LLC
2nd $1.54 Billion
  • 5
  • 28
  • 62
  • 65
  • 70
  • 5 MB
  • Megaplier: x3
Oct 23, 2018 SC Pending
3rd $1.35 Billion
  • 30
  • 43
  • 45
  • 46
  • 61
  • 14 MB
  • Megaplier: x2
Jan 13, 2023 ME LaKoma Island Investments, LLC
4th $1.34 Billion
  • 13
  • 36
  • 45
  • 57
  • 67
  • 14 MB
  • Megaplier: x2
Jul 29, 2022 IL Anonymous partnership
5th $1.13 Billion
  • 7
  • 11
  • 22
  • 29
  • 38
  • 4 MB
  • Megaplier: x2
Mar 26, 2024 NJ Pending
6th $1.05 Billion
  • 4
  • 26
  • 42
  • 50
  • 60
  • 24 MB
  • Megaplier: x2
Jan 22, 2021 MI Wolverine FLL Club, of Oakland County
7th $656 Million
  • 2
  • 4
  • 23
  • 38
  • 46
  • 23 MB
  • Megaplier: x3
Mar 30, 2012 IL, KS, MD • Merle and Patricia Butler (IL)
• Anonymous (KS)
• The Three Amigos (MD)
8th $648 Million
  • 8
  • 14
  • 17
  • 20
  • 39
  • 7 MB
  • Megaplier: x4
Dec 17, 2013 CA, GA • Steve Tran (CA)
• Ira Curry (GA)
9th $552 Million
  • 19
  • 37
  • 40
  • 63
  • 69
  • 17 MB
  • Megaplier: x3
Jun 04, 2024 IL MEGA Millionaire
10th $543 Million
  • 1
  • 2
  • 4
  • 19
  • 29
  • 20 MB
  • Megaplier: x3
Jul 24, 2018 CA 11-member office pool from Santa Clara County

Things to know

  1. Mega Millions is played in 45 states in the U.S. as well as the District of Columbia and the U.S. Virgin Islands.

  2. It was introduced in 1996 as the Big Game and then relaunched in 2002 as Mega Millions.

  3. California doesn’t offer the Megaplier.

  4. New York and California have had the most winners for Mega Millions.

  5. In some states, Just the Jackpot plays are only available as Quick Picks.

  6. Players can enter the same numbers in multiple draws. The maximum number of consecutive draws varies depending on the jurisdiction.

  7. California is the only state where all prizes are pari-mutuel.

Advanced draws

Mega Millions players have the option of purchasing tickets for draws in advance. However, the maximum number of draws varies by jurisdiction. Here’s a complete list of the participating jurisdictions and their corresponding limits on advance draw purchases for Mega Millions.

StateAdvanced Draws
Arizonaup to 10
Arkansasup to 20
Californiaup to 10
Coloradoup to 26
Connecticutup to 26
Delawareup to 10
District of Columbiaup to 20
Floridaup to 26
Georgiaup to 26
Idahoup to 10
Illinoisup to 25
Indianaup to 10
Iowaup to 10
Kansasup to 15
Kentuckyup to 26
Louisianaup to 20
Maineup to 20
Marylandup to 15
Massachusettsup to 7
Michiganup to 30
Minnesotaup to 14
Mississippiup to 26
Missouriup to 15
Montanaup to 24
Nebraskaup to 24
New Hampshireup to 20
New Jerseyup to 8
New Mexicoup to 20
New Yorkup to 26
North Carolinaup to 26
North Dakotaup to 9
Ohioup to 10
Oklahomaup to 10
Oregonup to 20
Pennsylvaniaup to 26
Rhode Islandup to 26
South Carolinaup to 20
South Dakotaup to 9
Tennesseeup to 10
Texasup to 10
U.S. Virgin IslandsN/A
Vermontup to 20
Virginiaup to 26
Washingtonup to 10
West Virginiaup to 24
Wisconsinup to 8
Wyomingup to 20


Mega Millions is a massive U.S. lottery with jackpots that are frequently in the range of hundreds of millions of dollars. Read on for a brief history of this ever-popular game.

The Big Game was launched in Georgia, Illinois, Maryland, Massachusetts, Michigan, and Virginia.
One draw was held every Friday.
The first draw took place in September 1996.
Tuesday was added as a new draw day in February.
New Jersey started selling tickets.
New game matrix: 5/50 + 1/36.
The cash payout option was introduced.
The Big Game was renamed Mega Millions.
The first draw took place on May 17.
Ohio, New York, and Washington started selling tickets.
New game matrix: 5/52 + 1/52.
Texas started selling tickets.
A new multiplier called the Megaplier was launched only in Texas.
California started selling tickets.
New game matrix: 5/56 + 1/46.
By the end of January, 23 more states started selling tickets.
Montana, Nebraska, Oregon, Arizona, Maine, Colorado, South Dakota, and the U.S. Virgin Islands joined Mega Millions.
Louisiana started selling tickets.
Megaplier became available in some of the participating jurisdictions.
Florida started selling tickets.
New game format: 5/75 + 1/15.
Wyoming started selling tickets.
New game format: 5/70 + 1/25.
The starting jackpot was set at $40 million.
Just the Jackpot feature was added in certain jurisdictions.
Mississippi started selling tickets.
The starting jackpot guaranteed value was removed, and it is now dependent on the ticket sales and interest rates.
The $5 million minimum jackpot increase on rollovers was removed.


Pick five numbers from 1 to 70 and a Mega Ball number from 1 to 25, or select Quick Pick. Add the Megaplier option for a chance to multiply any non-jackpot winnings.

The Quick Pick play generates random numbers to use in the draw so that you don’t have to come up with your own.

It’s the sixth number on your ticket, ranging between 1 and 25. Matching it wins you at least $2.

A Megaplier number from 2 to 5 is drawn on the night of every Mega Millions draw. Players who select the Megaplier option have their non-jackpot prizes multiplied by that number. All participating Mega Millions states offer the Megaplier option except for California. The Megaplier costs an additional $1.

Just the Jackpot is a feature that gives players two sets of numbers that are only valid for the jackpot. It's offered in Georgia, Indiana, Kansas, Kentucky, Nebraska, New Jersey, New Mexico, New York, South Dakota, Texas, Virginia, West Virginia, and Wyoming. When playing Just the Jackpot, non-jackpot prizes are not available. In some states, the numbers are Quick Pick only.

If you win the jackpot, you can either have it paid as a one-time cash lump sum, or as an annuity with annual payments made over 29 years. To compare the two options, check out our annuity cash converter tool

The cash lump sum is the money immediately available, generated from the sale of Mega Millions tickets. The annuity option invests the cash lump sum in government bonds over 29 years, so it gains interest over time. Use our annuity payment schedule tool view an estimate of these annual payments.

Mega Millions draws take place on Tuesdays and Fridays at 11:00 p.m. ET, 8:00 p.m. PT, 10:00 p.m. CT, and 9:00 p.m. MT.

Draws are held in Atlanta, Georgia, at WSB-TV.

No. Mega Millions is sold by individual state lotteries, so you must redeem your winning ticket in the state in which it was purchased.

Mega Millions is played in Arizona, Arkansas, California, Colorado, Connecticut, Delaware, 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, Vermont, Virginia, Washington, West Virginia, Wisconsin, Wyoming, the District of Columbia, and the U.S. Virgin Islands.

Check the Lottery USA homepage or our Mega Millions page. You can also use our Mega Millions number checker.

All lottery prizes are taxed at the federal level, and most states also tax lottery winnings. Taking a cash lump sum payout can push you into a higher tax bracket. See our tax calculator to find out how much you will owe if you win the jackpot.

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Mega Millions Lottery - Winning Numbers & Results (2024)


Did anybody win the Mega Millions last night? ›

There was no jackpot winner in California for this draw. But there are 69,705 winning tickets! Get your ticket for the next draw. To see draw results for participating Mega Millions lotteries outside California, search Mega Millions results.

How many numbers do I need to win a prize in Mega Millions? ›

How many balls do I need to match for Mega Millions prize? You can win $2 for the matching just one - the Mega Ball. Short of the jackpot, you can win up to $1 million for matching all five white balls (except in California). You can check all the prize payouts on the Mega Millions site here.

What is the next drawing for Mega Millions? ›

Mega Millions® drawings are held Tuesday and Friday at 11:00 pm ET.

Does 2 numbers win anything on Mega Millions? ›

Matching two numbers won't win anything in Mega Millions unless one of the numbers is the Mega Ball. A ticket matching one of the five numbers and the Mega Ball is worth $4. Visit for a complete list of payout information.

How much do you win if you get the Mega Ball? ›

Matching only the Mega Ball means a $2 win.

What if you have 3 winning numbers on Mega Millions? ›

Three numbers - $10 again

The odds of getting three correct numbers are a bit better at 606 to 1, but you still take home $10.

What do you win if you get the Powerball number? ›

Yes, if you just hit the Powerball number, you win $4.

This gives you the $2 purchase of your ticket back, plus an extra $2. According to Powerball's official website, the odds of your ticket matching only the Powerball is 1 in 38.32.

How do you win 10 000 on Mega Millions? ›

Winning chances
  1. Match 5 numbers and the gold Mega Ball to win the jackpot.
  2. Match 5 numbers and win $1,000,000.
  3. Match 4 numbers and the gold Mega Ball and win $10,000.
  4. Match 4 numbers and win $500.
  5. Match 3 numbers and the gold Mega Ball and win $200.
  6. Match 3 numbers and win $10.

How often does Mega Millions pay out? ›

Annuity option: The Mega Millions annuity is paid out as one immediate payment followed by 29 annual payments. Each payment is 5% bigger than the previous one. This helps protect winners' lifestyle and purchasing power in periods of inflation.

What are the rules for the Mega Millions? ›

Mega Millions® tickets cost $2.00 per play. Players may pick six numbers from two separate pools of numbers - five different numbers from 1 to 70 (the white balls) and one number from 1 to 25 (the gold Mega Ball) - or select Easy Pick/Quick Pick. You win the jackpot by matching all six winning numbers in a drawing.

What is the Powerball jackpot? ›

The jackpot is won by matching all five white balls in any order and the red Powerball. Jackpot winners may choose to receive their prize as an annuity, paid in 30 graduated payments over 29 years, or a lump-sum payment. Both advertised prize options are prior to federal and jurisdictional taxes.

What does megaplier mean? ›

Most states offer the Megaplier feature, a multiplier which increases non-jackpot prizes by two, three, four and five times. It costs an additional $1 per play. Before each regular Mega Millions drawing, the Megaplier is drawn. From a pool of 15 balls, five are marked with "2X," three with "4X" and one with "5X."

How much is a Texas mega million? ›

Mega Millions costs $2 per play. Adding Megaplier is $1 more per play. Mega Millions drawings are broadcast every Tuesday and Friday evening at 10:12 p.m. CT.

What do two numbers on Powerball get you? ›

If you match two of the main numbers and the Powerball, you'll win $7. The same is true if you match three of the main numbers. Matching three main numbers and the Powerball or four main numbers, that's a $100 payout. To land a $50,000 prize, you'll have to match four main numbers and the Powerball.

How do you play Texas Mega Millions? ›

Select five (5) numbers from 1 to 70 in the play area of the playboard or mark the "QP" box and the terminal will select your five (5) numbers. OR, simply ask your lottery retailer for a "Quick Pick" and the terminal will pick all your numbers! Pick your Mega Ball.

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