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Mega Million Jackpot climbs to more than $1B after no winner Tuesday

Mega Millions
Posted at 6:29 PM, Jul 26, 2022

UPDATE: After there was no winner Tuesday night for the $830 million Mega Millions jackpot, the winning prize has reached $1.02 billion.

The next drawing is scheduled for Friday, July 29. If you win and decide to take the cash option, you would walk away with $602.5 million.

The amount is the third highest Mega Millions jackpot ever, according to the Mega Millions website.

People all over Milwaukee streamed into gas stations on Tuesday to purchase their $2 "golden ticket."

"As long as you buy a ticket you have a chance," exclaimed Rolando Rivera.

So what are the odds you win the big jackpot? According to Mega Millions, it is a one in 302 million chance. Regardless, Milwaukee local Pete Stojanovich was holding out hope.

"All it takes is one and if I'm fortunate enough, hallelujah," said Stojanovich.

According to the Wisconsin Lottery, tickets must be purchased before 9 p.m. to be included in Tuesday's 10 p.m. drawing.

Good luck!

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