The massive Mega Millions jackpot has rolled again so on Tuesday players will have another chance to win the 7th-largest jackpot in the game's history - $475 million.
Lottery rollovers happen when there is no winner in a draw, and this run-up started on March 15th as a $40 million grand prize.
The current jackpot has led to a flood of last-minute demand for tickets. Players outside the USA are jumping online to play through theLotter, a reputable ticket merchant that delivers scanned images of lottery tickets to verify the ticket purchase and ownership.
Friday's Mega Millions draw failed to produce a jackpot winner, but two players did manage to match the first five numbers for a second-prize win. Thirty-eight tickets matched four of the first five numbers plus the Mega Ball to pocket themselves a handy $10,000 prize.
Mega Millions began life as The Big Game back in 1996 and is played in 44 US states. You can play here at World Lottery Site from anywhere in the World though!
The largest jackpot in the history of Mega Millions was an astonishing $1.537 billion, on October 23 2018. There was one fortunate winner from a ticket purchased in South Carolina.
To play Mega Millions and be in with a chance of becoming one of the wealthiest people on the planet you must choose five main numbers from a range of 1 to 70 as well as one Mega Ball number from a range of 1 to 25.