Riverside County MEGA Millions® Ticket Worth More Than $481,000!
SACRAMENTO – There is big Lottery news out of Riverside County this morning. A MEGA Millions ticket sold at a gas station in Norco matched five out of six numbers in last night’s draw and is now worth $481,220 to whoever has it.
Now the specifics – this ticket was sold at Norco Fueling, which is located at 2740 Hamner Avenue in Norco. It correctly matched the numbers 51, 32, 25, 50 and 35, missing only the Mega number of 46.
No ticket matched all six numbers last night, so we’re going to see another jump in the jackpot prize amount for Friday’s MEGA Millions draw. The amount is now an estimated $19 million!
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