The Mega Millions lottery draw took place on Tuesday, November 29th, 2022 that had a jackpot of $305 million and it came with a cash option of $157.8 million.
No jackpot wins
The winning numbers that were drawn in the Mega Millions lottery on Tuesday night were 20, 23, 37, 46 and 52, while 06 was the gold Mega Ball and 4X was the Megaplier.
However, there were no players who were able to match all the six numbers needed to win the jackpot, which means that the prize will now roll over to the next draw.
The next drawing of the Mega Millions lottery is now scheduled for Friday, December 2nd, 2022 and it will feature a jackpot of $333 million that will have a cash value of $172.3 million.
Not only were there no winners for the jackpot in Tuesday night’s drawing of the Mega Millions lottery, but there were also no instant millionaires.
This means that no players were able to hit the Match 5 that would have helped them win a prize of $1 million.
But, there were smaller prizes that were won in Tuesday night’s Mega Millions lottery draw. There were a total of 15 players who were able to hit the Match 4 and the gold Mega Ball, so they were able to win a prize of $10,000 each.
There were also four players who were able to hit the Match 4, the gold Mega Ball as well as the 4X Megaplier, which allowed them to win a prize of $40,000 each.
The other wins in the Mega Millions lottery draw on Tuesday night were between $2 and $2,000.
This latest jackpot rollover comes after the Mega Millions lottery drawing on Friday night that saw two players from Texas land prizes of $20,000 each.
The ticket holders had initially won a prize of $10,000 each, but since they had also bought the Megaplier in the draw, they were able to double their winnings.
There has been no jackpot winner in the Mega Millions lottery for the last several draws, which means that the grand prize continues to climb.
The Mega Millions lottery drawings are conducted twice a week, on Tuesday and Friday and the lottery can be played in 45 states, along with the US Virgin Islands and the District of Columbia.