The Mega Millions lottery is a US based lottery taking place every
Tuesday and Friday at 23:00 EST (05:00 GMT) in Atlanta, Georgia. With
no jackpot cap or rollover limit, Mega Millions is known to be
generous in its prizes!
How can I place bets on Mega Millions?
That’s super easy! Head over to our
Mega Millions page
, select 5 numbers between 1-70 and 1 Megaball from 1-25, and finalise
your transaction. If you don’t have any special numbers in mind, you
may select the Quick Pick option to have your numbers selected
Are there any other Mega Millions prizes apart from the jackpot?
YES! Even if you match just the Megaball, you can still win a prize.
There are 9 different prize tiers and the minimum jackpot amount is
$40 million. If nobody wins the jackpot, this continues to roll over
to the following draws until someone snatches the prize. Check out the
prize tiers in the
Mega Millions help page
Did I win the Mega Millions jackpot?
The jackpot is given out to whoever matches all 5 numbers and the
Megaball. You can check the
Mega Millions results page
to see the latest winning numbers and compare them to your numbers. If
you win, we will send you an email to let you know and transfer the
money to your account as quickly as possible.
How are Mega Millions prizes paid out?
In the Mega Millions lottery, Tier 1 prizes are paid out in a 30 year
annuity or as a discounted lump sum, at our discretion. For Tier 1-3
prizes, 39.6% will be deducted, aiming to place you in an economic
position similar to the one you would be in if you had played the
Source Lottery. Other taxes, duties, or levies related to your
national tax regimes may apply. You can visit the
Terms & Conditions
for more information
Mega Winners with Mega Millions
Mega Millions jackpots are known to reach the skies. The largest prize
ever given out in a Mega Millions lottery was an impressive $1.537
billion, won by a single player in South Carolina on October 23, 2018.
On July 24 of the same year, 11 colleagues who bought a Mega Millions
ticket shared a massive $543 million in Santa Clara County,