Yes, you are absolutely right – it is way too early to talk about a new jackpot record for the US Mega Millions lottery. The current record, also the world record, stands on an incredible $656 million, set in March 2012. Apart from the $648 million jackpot from December 2013, not a single Mega Millions jackpot came within $200 million of the current record in the last 2,5 years! So why not indulge in a bit of wishful thinking, now that the jackpot is currently enjoying a smooth rollover run – for now at least.
Jackpot jumps will start growing
After the last rollover, last Friday, the Mega Millions jackpot grew with $16 million to land on $136 million, available in tonight’s draw – for which you can still buy tickets! If the jackpots keeps rolling over, we will see the jackpot jumps increase fast from now on. The lottery world is slowly waking up, opening one eye to see what is going on. It won’t take long before both eyes are wide open and the jackpot rush is active with full force! But let’s not get ahead of ourselves – we need a rollover in tonight’s draw before anything else can happen.
Got tickets yet?
If you didn’t buy your Mega Millions ticket yet, then you still have a few hours to do so! So if you’re interested in playing for this already huge Mega Millions jackpot of $136 million, then act fast so you don’t miss out! Although we are hoping for an even bigger jackpot for lottery fans to drool over, we do wish you every bit of luck in chasing tonight’s jackpot!
Oh, and remember: second place prize of $1 million can be multiplied by 2 to 5 times when the Megaplier is activated on your ticket!