A total of $914 million is up for grabs this week as America’s dueling jackpots, MEGA MILLIONS® and POWERBALL®, continue to climb! On Monday, the POWERBALL jackpot rolled to an estimated $420 million, and on Tuesday, the MEGA MILLIONS jackpot rolled to an estimated $494 million.

Florida Players Have A Chance At $914 Million In Jackpots

A total of $914 million is up for grabs this week as America’s dueling jackpots, MEGA MILLIONS® andPOWERBALL®, continue to climb!

A total of $914 million is up for grabs this week as America’s dueling jackpots, MEGA MILLIONS® andPOWERBALL®, continue to climb!

On Monday, the POWERBALL jackpot rolled to an estimated $420 million, and on Tuesday, the MEGA MILLIONS jackpot rolled to an estimated $494 million.

Jackpot winners have the option to receive their winnings in 30 annual installments or as a one-time, lump-sum cash option of approximately $215.2 million for POWERBALL and $248.7 million for MEGA MILLIONS.

In addition to the jackpot prize, players can win lower-tier prizes of up to $2 million with POWERBALL and up to $5 million with MEGA MILLIONS.

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This series of POWERBALL jackpot rollovers has generated more than $23.4 million for education in Florida, while this series of MEGA MILLIONS jackpot rollovers has generated more than $22.1 million for education.

POWERBALL jackpots start at $20 million and roll until the jackpot is won. Players win by matching the five white ball numbers (1-69) and the Power Ball number (1-26). The overall odds of winning a prize in the game are approximately 1-in-24.87. 

MEGA MILLIONS jackpots start at $20 million and roll until the jackpot is won. Players win by matching the five white ball numbers (1-70) and the Mega Ball number (1-25). The overall odds of winning a prize in the game are approximately 1-in-24. 

Players can purchase tickets at any of the more than 13,000 Lottery retailers across the state for the chance to become Florida’s newest multi-millionaire.

Players are reminded to sign the back of their tickets at the time of purchase and keep them in a safe place.

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