Two tickets — incorporating one sold in Post Myers, which was crushed by Storm Ian — have been considered victors following Friday’s Uber Millions drawing.
The two tickets matched each of the six numbers — 9, 22, 26, 41 and 44 for white balls, and a gold Super Wad of 19 — chose in the drawing for the gigantic bonanza, as per lottery authorities.
The Post Myers ticket was a Speedy Pick bought at a 7-Eleven on Provincial Road, nearby lottery authorities said in a public statement on Monday.
The subsequent ticket was bought at the 7-Eleven on Kooser Street in San Jose, as per a Tweet from the California State Lottery.
On Saturday, Mega Millions officials announced in a news release that ticket holders in California and Florida matched all six numbers drawn Friday, winning $494 million. https://t.co/LVhmINMQMQ
— Scripps National News (@ScrippsNational) October 18, 2022
The fortunate two champs will part the $494 million award. Both 7-Eleven stores will get $100,000 in commission “for selling the bonanza winning ticket[s],” per the Florida Lottery’s delivery.
No victors have approached for one or the other ticket starting around Monday evening.
The California Super Millions victor has one year to guarantee their award, while the Florida champ has 180 days, as per their states’ separate lotteries.
Assuming the Florida victor selects the singular amount installment choice of $123.95 million, be that as it may, they just have 60 days to approach.
This is the initial time in almost five years that a solitary Uber Millions big stake has been shared by various tickets, as per Saturday’s Super Millions public statement.
The last parted prize was won on Oct. 13, 2017, with victors in Michigan and Rhode Island evenly dividing the cash.
This likewise marks the main attracting to deliver victors since the legendary July 29 drawing, which accompanied a $1.337 billion award.
It was the second-biggest bonanza in the game’s set of experiences, and the third-biggest big stake of any U.S. lottery game, as indicated by the association.
The triumphant ticket was sold at a service station in Des Plaines, Sick., as per the Illinois Lottery.