Text leads to Mega Millions win for Virginia woman

Text leads to Mega Millions win for Virginia woman

Text leads to Mega Millions win for Virginia woman

The ticket was sold in Simpsonville, South Carolina, at a KC Mart convenience store, Mayor Janice Curtis said.

A $750-million jackpot, the fourth largest in USA history and the second astronomical jackpot this week, will be at stake during the Powerball drawing on Saturday. A victor who opted for cash would get $428.6 million. It's not immediately clear if there is a victor for the fourth-largest jackpot in US history.

After selling a $1.5 billion winning lottery ticket, SC convenience store owner CJ Patel says he plans to share part of the business' $50,000 bonus with his employees.

The second-largest ever is this past week's Mega Millions and the third-largest is a $758 million Powerball from August 2017.

A Plant City man claimed the $3 million prize from the Mega Millions drawing that was held on October 23.

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According to the release, Heft purchased his $1 million ticket at Pick 'n Save in Madison and matched five numbers, but not the Powerball.

After the drawing, lottery officials rolled back the jackpot total to $1.537 billion, based on actual ticket sales.

Cooper says the victor will owe the state $80 million in taxes if the full prize is paid out in annual installments.

In the four days leading up to the drawing, about 370 million of the $2 Mega Millions tickets were sold in 44 US states, the District of Columbia and the Virgin Islands.

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