Mega Millions tickets worth $1M sold at food mart, on app

Mega Millions tickets worth $1M sold at N.J. deli, food mart

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1/18/2022 10:20:00 PM

Mega Millions tickets worth $1M sold at N.J. deli, food mart

One second-prize Mega Millions ticket was bought in Bergen County, the other on the Jackpocket app

No one has hit thesince a family in Lake Havasu, Arizona won the $108 million prize on Oct. 22. They chose the cash option of $75.2 million before taxes.Mega Millions is played in 45 states, Washington, D.C. and the U.S. Virgin Islands.

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