Maryland (MD) MEGA Millions Past 30 Day Winning Numbers
How to Play MEGA Millions?
Mega Millions tickets cost $1.00 per play.
Players may pick six numbers from two separate pools of numbers: five different numbers from 1 to 75, and one number from 1 to 15 or select Easy Pick. You win the jackpot by matching all six winning numbers in a drawing.
If you select the annuity option, which provides annual payments over a 30 year period, for every million dollars won, you will receive approximately $38,500 per year before taxes. You also have the option of a one-time, lump sum payment.
In addition to the jackpot, there are other prizes ranging from $2 to $250,000.
Mega Millions prizes will not be awarded based solely on the information below. Your Mega Millions member state lottery must validate your ticket claim before your prize is awarded.
All tickets, transactions and players are subject to the lottery rules, regulations and laws of the state where you buy your ticket. When you buy that ticket, you agree to be bound by those rules, regulations and state laws. Copies are available from your state lottery.
Presentation or transfer for payment of an altered, forged or counterfeit ticket is a felony.
Winning tickets are subject to validation. Winning Mega Millions tickets must be redeemed within the time period after the drawing that is specified by the lottery state where you bought your ticket.
Tickets purchased in a Mega Millions member lottery state can be redeemed only in that state.
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Powerball, Mega Millions Combined Jackpots Approaching $1 Billion
BALTIMORE (WJZ) — It might be time to take a chance on that big lottery dream. Maryland Lottery announced that the Powerball and Mega Millions combined jackpot is approaching $1 billion.
“We want our players to have fun, especially when there are two big rolling jackpots to start off the new year,” said Gordon Medenica, Mega Millions Lead Director and Maryland Lottery and Gaming Director. “While we always encourage responsible play, it’s even more important during these trying times to wear a mask and maintain social distancing when purchasing your tickets.”
The Mega Millions jackpot is the 8th largest in history at $520 million with and estimated cash value of $383.4 million. The jackpot has been rolling for more than three months since a $120 million-ticket was purchased in Wisconsin back in Sept. 2020.
The Powerball jackpot is at $470 million with a $362.7 million cash value. It’s 10th largest Powerball in history. The last Powerball jackpot winner was also in Sept. 2020 when a ticket worth $94.8 million was sold in New York.
“It’s been a couple of years since the games have simultaneously offered jackpots this large, and our players are here for it,” said May Scheve Reardon, Chair of the Powerball Product Group and Executive Director of the Missouri Lottery.
At $990 million, the combined total of the Mega Millions and Powerball jackpots is the highest it has been since October 2018. That’s when the Mega Millions jackpot reached its all-time record of $1.537 billion on a winning ticket sold in South Carolina.It might be time to take a chance on that big lottery dream. Maryland Lottery announced that the Powerball and Mega Millions combined jackpot is approaching $1 billion. ]]>