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Mega Millions jackpot at $400 million as no one matches winning numbers (videos)

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Time is ticking away for those who want to play their hand at one of the largest Mega Millions jackpots in history. On March 18, 2014, the Mega Millions jackpot soared to $400 million after no one matched the winning numbers for previous games. Mega Millions is a multi-state lottery game and tickets are available in 43 states, D.C. and the Virgin Islands. You may find a list of locations where you can purchase lottery tickets at the official Mega Millions website: Mega Millions Where to Play.

The last drawing was held Friday, March 14, 2014. At that time, the jackpot was $353 million and the winning numbers were 7-20-40-54-69 with the Mega Ball 12. There hasn’t been a winner in several months with the jackpot climbing since Jan. 3, 2014. Tuesday’s jackpot marks the sixth largest in U.S. history.

Are you going to play Mega Millions? Check with the site to find the nearest location where you can purchase a ticket and for winning numbers and pertinent information.

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Charisse Van Horn is the owner of the Daily News Beat blog. You can follow on Facebook at Daily News Beat.



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