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What are the winning numbers for the Mega Millions jackpot of $305 million that will be awarded today, Tuesday?

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When compared to the Powerball jackpot of $2 billion that was up for grabs earlier this month, the Mega Millions jackpot that will be awarded on Tuesday, November 29 seems laughable. However, if today’s winner is fortunate enough to match all six numbers, they will be awarded the staggering sum of $157.8 million in cash option.

Even though the chances aren’t in your favour, there’s an old saying that goes “if you don’t play, you can’t win.”

The winning numbers from Tuesday

The winning numbers for the lottery held on November 29 are as follows: 20-23-37-46-52, as well as the Mega Ball number 6. The value of the Megaplier is 4.

The fee of each game is $2. All but one of the 47 states and territories that participate in the Mega Millions lottery provide a feature known as the Megaplier, which increases the value of prizes other than the jackpot by a factor of 2, 3, 4, or 5. Plays with the Megaplier cost an additional $3 apiece. In January of 2011, the Megaplier became an option that could be selected for the Mega Millions lottery in all participating states. Previously, this choice was only accessible in the state of Texas. The Just the Jackpot option, which costs $3 for two plays and is provided by a few of the game’s participants, is available. On such a wager, the only prize that can be won is the jackpot; none of the prizes at lower tiers are up for grabs.

The Mega Millions jackpot that was won was $1.537 billion for the drawing that took place on October 23, 2018, and the winning ticket was purchased in South Carolina. This was the greatest jackpot in the history of the game, and it was the only time that the jackpot was won. In March of 2019, the winner did not reveal themselves and received their award.

As of the 30th of January, 2020, the American multi-jurisdictional lottery game known as Mega Millions is available in 45 states, the District of Columbia, and the United States Virgin Islands. Prior to its inception in 1996, the game was initially referred to as The Big Game. Six years later, it was renamed temporarily to The Big Game Mega Millions. The first drawing for Mega Millions, known as “The Big Game,” took place in 2002; for more information, see below. The game that is now known as Mega Millions was first made available to players in six different states. After the name The Big Game was retired, the logo for all versions of the game featured a ball in a gold colour with six stars to represent the game’s initial membership, although some lotteries inserted their own logo into the ball.

The drawing for Mega Millions takes place every Tuesday and Friday night at eleven o’clock Eastern Time, except on holidays.

The draws for the Mega Millions lottery are held at the studios of WSB-TV in Atlanta, Georgia, under the supervision of the Georgia Lottery. Mega Millions is administered by a consortium consisting of its 12 original lotteries. John Crow, Carol Blackmon, and Adrian Wolford are going to be your hosts today.

The current version of the regulations for Mega Millions began on October 28, 2017, with the first drawing taking place on October 31. According to these regulations, the minimum Mega Millions advertised jackpot is $40 million, and it is paid out in 30 graduated yearly instalments, with the amount of each instalment increasing by 5% each year (unless the cash option is chosen; see below for differences among lotteries on cash/annuity choice regulations). When there isn’t a winner of the top prize, the amount of the jackpot grows.

The jackpot is typically presented as a nominal value of annual instalments when it is promoted, reflecting a prevalent practise among lotteries in the United States. If a jackpot winner goes for the cash value option (which is the more common option), they will get paid an amount that is roughly equivalent to the value of the instalments right now. The previous configuration of Mega Millions began on October 19, 2013, and the game’s first drawing took place three days later. In the current version of Mega Millions, players are required to match 5 of 70 white balls and the gold-colored “MegaBall” from a second field, each of which contains 25 numbers (5/70 / 1/25).



What are the winning numbers for the Mega Millions jackpot of $305 million that will be awarded today, Tuesday?

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