For Tuesday’s drawing, the Mega Millions jackpot increases to a record $1.55 billion.

The Mega Millions jackpot is supposed to ascend to $1.55 billion in the following drawing, the most noteworthy at any point pot for the lottery, beating its past record of $1.537 Billion in October 2018.

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No big stake winning ticket was bought with Friday night’s numbers, 11, 30, 45, 52, 56, and a gold Uber Ball 20, the lottery said.

The money choice for Tuesday’s attracting is assessed to be $757.2 million.

The lottery game’s big stake had become in front of Friday’s attracting to an expected $1.35 billion. That figure would have been the second-biggest mega millions jackpot ever and the fourth-biggest in U.S. lotto history while likewise considering in Powerball bonanzas.

Mega Millions jackpot is supposed to ascend to $1.55 billion

A drawing of $1.55 billion would put the Super Millions big stake behind just two other U.S. lottery drawings, a $1.586 billion Powerball in January 2016 and a $2.04 billion Powerball bonanza in November 2022.

The big stake has kept on moving since it was keep going won on April 18. Friday’s drawing denoted the 31st in this ongoing run.

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“There’s consistently a quality of fervor around the nation when Super Millions big stakes take off,” Georgia Lottery President and Chief Gretchen Corbin, lead overseer of the Uber Millions Consortium, said in an explanation. ” The developing bonanza is a wellspring of diversion and rewards for players while creating significant dollars for the valuable motivations upheld by every lottery. We are thankful for our players, appreciate our focused retailers, and remind everybody to dependably play.”

Players should match every one of the five numbers in addition to the Super Ball number to guarantee the bonanza. The chances of winning the bonanza are 1 out of 302,575,350.

The past four $1 billion Super Million big stakes were won in 2018, 2021, 2022 and January 2023.

Mega Millions jackpot is played in 45 states, Washington, D.C., and the U.S. Virgin Islands. Tickets are $2 for one play.

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