$82,000,000 Megamillions goes to Georgia!
November is proving to be lucky for Mega Millions players and finally, after few weeks of rollovers, the amazing Mega Millions jackpot found a winner from Georgia who scooped $82,000,000. The single winning ticket holder successfully matched all the six Mega Millions numbers drawn on Friday, November 18th, 2016. The five main numbers drawn were 31 – 32 – 49 – 5 – 58, plus the Mega Ball 15. The winning ticket was sold at the White Water Chevron on South Cobb Parkway in Marietta, Georgia. Five additional winners netted $1,000,000 each after matching the 5 main numbers on Friday. The jackpot has been rolling since October 11th, 2016 and now it has been reset to $15 million for the next drawing which will be held on Tuesday, Nov. 22nd, 2016. Last Friday’s jackpot was the eighth Mega Millions jackpot won this year. Earlier wins of this year includes and starts as follows: $169 million won by Nancy Viola from New York on January 8, $157 million won by Michael Burkett in Seattle Washington on March 8, $540 million won by Warren D in Indiana on July 8, $25 million won by an anonymous player in Washington on July 19th, $15 million won by two winning ticket holders, one in Georgia and one in Virginia on July 22nd, $134 million won by Elaine Francis Trust of Tuscola in Illinois on September 16th, $49 million won by an anonymous player in Texas on October 11th and the last one, the $83 million won by an unclaimed winner in Georgia on Saturday November 18th. The record Mega Millions jackpot won in Georgia was on December 2013 by Ira Curry who scooped half of the second largest windfall in Mega Millions history worth $648,000,000.
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