Mega Millions jackpot reaches record $1.55 Billion after no winner

The suspense, and tearing of tickets, continues: No one won Friday’s Mega Millions jackpot, sending the estimated prize to a historic $1.55 billion, according to its website.

According to the website, there is still suspense and tears of tickets. No one has won Friday’s Mega Millions Jackpot, which brings its estimated prize up to an historic $1.55 Billion.

If the estimates are correct, then the winner will surpass the previous record set by a South Carolina ticket buyer in 2018 of $1.537 Billion.

The winning numbers for Friday’s drawing are 11-30-45-52-56, with a Mega Ball of 20.

Last time the jackpot was hit was on April 18, 2018. The Mega Millions jackpot will roll over every time there is an event and no jackpot winner.

Mega Millions surpassed the $1 billion mark on Saturday. This is the fifth time the top prize has exceeded $1 billion.

Game officials stated that the current jackpot, which is $1.35 billion, is second in all-time highest jackpots for this game.

Next drawing on Tuesday.

The odds of hitting the Mega Millions jackpot is 1 in 302,575,350. There are still other prizes to be won, so do not tear up your tickets yet.

The game can be played in all 45 US states, Washington, D.C., as well as the U.S. Virgin Islands.

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