Danville siblings claim to have a $1 million ticket

Some people don’t know it, but Jesse and Mary often play Mega Millions together when the jackpot is big.

What happened on the last drawing of the night was that the jackpot was about $277 million.

Of the ten tickets they bought, only one matched all five winning numbers, missing only the Mega Ball number.

The siblings won a $1 million Mega Millions prize.

“Come on, it’s not April Fools Day! We won! Mary told Virginia lottery officials that they had won a prize.

Jesse said that ”he had to look at the ticket a couple of times to believe it.”

There were winning numbers of 9, 21, 28, 30, 52, and the Mega Ball number of 10. The Sunrise 6, located at 2120 Franklin Turnpike, sold the winning ticket.

The store receives $10,000 for selling the winning ticket.

They used the Easy Pick feature and allowed the computer to randomly select the numbers on the ticket.

One of the two nationwide tickets to win the $1 million prize was a ticket.

No lottery tickets matched all six numbers in the latest drawing for the Lotto Jackpot, and no one matched all

Mega Millions drawings are held on Tuesday and Friday nights at 11 p.m.

The odds of matching the first five numbers in Mega Millions is about 1 in 12,607.

The odds of winning the SuperLotto Plus jackpot are 1 in 302,575,350

Jesse said he has no immediate plans for his half of the winnings, except to give it away to his favorite charities. It’s Mary’s dream to travel.

In Virginia, all lottery winnings go to K-12 education.

Danville received more than $8.8 million for K-12 education last year.

Next year, the Virginia General Assembly is expected to make about $779 million available for K-12 education, making it the largest single source of money for education.

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