$521M Mega Millions ticket sold in New Jersey - was it yours?

$521M Mega Millions ticket sold in New Jersey - was it yours?

$521M Mega Millions ticket sold in New Jersey - was it yours?

Mega Millions officials say it's the fourth-largest jackpot in the history of the game. No additional details on where the ticket was sold were available Saturday.

The victor of the Mega Millions is set to receive the 10th-largest jackpot in US history. The winning numbers were 11, 28, 31, 46 and 59, with a Mega Ball of 1, with the victor having the option of walking away with a $317 cash prize.

Only one ticket with the right numbers was purchased, Mega Millions said.

Mega Million's website did not list where, exactly, the winning ticket was sold, although the New Jersey Lottery tweeted that the ticket was sold at the Riverdale Lukoil South in Riverdale, Morris County. That Mega Millions prize wound up being won by a 20-year-old Florida man.

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The jackpot has not been won in the lottery system in the last two months.

The drawing follows a March 27 Mega Millions drawing that was the twenty-third in a row without a jackpot-winning ticket. Two other winning Mega Millions tickets were sold in OH and Texas, which matched the five white balls for $1 million prize each, according to Mega Millions. The District of Columbia and the U.S. Virgin Islands do.

The jackpot now resets to its starting value of $40 million ($24 million cash) for the next drawing on Tuesday, April 3.

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