Update: $2 Million Mega Millions Ticket Sold in Pine Bluff


LITTLE ROCK, Ark. – Arkansas Scholarship Lottery (ASL) officials have revealed that last night’s Mega Millions ticket worth $2 million was sold in Pine Bluff.

“Someone who purchased a Mega Millions® ticket at the Super Stop, 3000 E. Harding Ave. in Pine Bluff, for last night’s drawing is holding a ticket worth $2 million. The winning numbers were 10, 33, 53, 54 and 62. The Megaball® was 22,” reads an updated news release from the ASL.

The winner had all five white ball numbers for a $1 million prize – and only lacked having the Megaball number or would have won the $109 million jackpot. However, because they paid an additional dollar for the Megaplier®, which was two for last night’s drawing, the prize was increased to $2 million. 

Another player in New York also had all five white ball numbers but without the Megaplier for last night’s drawing so only won $1 million. A North Little Rock player won $1,000 from Tuesday’s Mega Millions drawing. The winners have 180 days to claim their prizes.

Original story:
LITTLE ROCK, Ark. – Someone who bought a Mega Millions ticket in Arkansas will be $2 million richer!

The lottery game announced a ticket purchased in the Natural State for Tuesday night’s drawing matched  five numbers and included the megaplier. That means that lucky piece of paper is worth 2 million bucks!

Last night’s numbers were 10-33-53-54-62 and 22.

No one won Tuesday night’s $109 million jackpot. Friday’s drawing will increase to roughly $130 million.

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