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Mega Millions Jackpot Hits $875 Million and Powerball Rises to $687 Million Ahead of Drawings

No Mega Millions tickets have matched all six numbers drawn since December, while no Powerball tickets have matched all six numbers drawn since January

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The Mega Millions and Powerball jackpots have hit massive payouts.

On Tuesday, it was revealed that Mega Million has risen to an estimated $875 million, which has a cash value of $413.5 million, while the Powerball has increased to $687 million, with an estimated cash value of $327.3 million.

News of the jackpot increases comes ahead of Tuesday night's Mega Millions drawing after no ticket “matched all six numbers drawn Friday night – the white balls 13, 25, 50, 51 and 66, plus the gold Mega Ball 6,” the lottery said via a news release.

“It’s just the sixth time in the game’s nearly 22-year history that the jackpot has reached this level; only five jackpots exceeding $1 billion have been higher,” the Mega Millions jackpot continued.

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Despite no one matching all six numbers, Friday night still saw some lucky winners, with the drawing producing 1,587,100 winning tickets, the lottery shared. A ticket sold in New York matched five white balls, enabling a $1 million second-tier win. Additionally, 39 tickets also matched four white balls, as well as the Mega Ball for a third-tier win.

“Nine of those are worth $50,000 each because they included the optional Megaplier (available in most states with an extra $1 purchase), which was 5X Friday night,” the lottery shared. “The other 30 third-tier winning tickets take home the standard $10,000 each.”

There have been 28 rollings of the Mega Millions jackpot since Dec. 8. which saw the top prize being won via two tickets purchased in California.

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The increase in the Powerball jackpot comes ahead of Wednesday’s drawing after “no ticket matched all six numbers drawn," the Multi-State Lottery Association said in a release posted online.

Despite no one winning the top prize, Monday's results saw over 872,000 tickets win cash prizes, with fix tickets matching “all five white balls to win $1 million prizes.”

“The $1 million-winning tickets were sold in Maryland, Minnesota, Texas (2) and Virginia,” the association said. “There was also a ticket in Florida that matched all five white balls and increased the $1 million prize to $2 million by including Power Play®, the prize multiplier feature, for an additional $1 per play.”

The jackpot, meanwhile, was last won on Jan. 1, with the winning ticket purchased in Michigan worth $842.4 million. Since then, there have been 33 drawings without a Powerball jackpot winner.

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Mega Millions jackpot drawings are conducted at 11 p.m. ET on Tuesdays and Fridays, while Powerball drawings occur every Monday, Wednesday and Saturday at 11 p.m. ET.

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