RICHMOND, Va. (WRIC) -- Although the winning Mega Millions jackpot ticket was not bought in Virginia, the Commonwealth still had two $1 million winners.
There was also one ticket that won $30,000, and 13 tickets that each won $10,000.
Lottery officials say the $30,000 ticket would have won $10,000, except that whoever bought it spent an extra dollar for the Megaplier, which tripled the prize.
Here’s where all of those winning tickets were bought:
$1 million winners:
Chill Stop, 5033 Richmond Tappahannock Highway, Aylett
Giant Food, 4309 Dale Blvd., Dale City
$30,000 Megaplier winner:
7-Eleven, 11854 Sunrise Valley Drive, Reston
7-Eleven, 42040 Village Center Plaza, Aldie
Super Giant, 5581 Merchants View Square, Haymarket
Food City Express, 11604 Norton Coeburn Road, Coeburn
Euro Market Mobil, 6318 Leesburg Pike, Falls Church
Fas Mart, 7559 Cold Harbor Road, Mechanicsville
Styles Bi-Rite, 11300 Hull Street Road, Midlothian
Rite Aid, 1808 Salem Road, Virginia Beach
Speedway, 11702 Jefferson Avenue, Newport News
7-Eleven, 13050 Nokesville Road, Nokesville
7-Eleven, 426 South 2nd Street, Arlington
7-Eleven, 1350 North Main Street, Blacksburg
La Palmita Deli & Market, 8406 West Main Street, Marshall
More than 451,000 Mega Millions tickets bought in Virginia won prizes in Tuesday night's drawing, according to lottery officials.
The jackpot numbers were: 28, 70, 5, 62, 65, with a Mega Ball of 5.
While most attention has been on the Mega Millions game, Powerball also has been soaring. The estimated prize for Powerball’s annuity option in Wednesday night’s drawing is $620 million, with a cash prize of $354.3 million.
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