Another mystery person scored a $1 million prize in the Charlotte area with a $2 Mega Millions lottery ticket, North Carolina lottery officers stated Wednesday.
The winner in Tuesday night’s drawing purchased the ticket at Carolina Fast Mart on N.C. 49 North in Concord, in keeping with a lottery information launch.
The ticket matched the numbers on the entire white balls, 1-10-18-20-46, beating odds of 1 in 12.6 million, officers stated.
Tuesday’s winner has 180 days to assert the prize.
Since nobody received the Mega Millions jackpot on Tuesday evening, Friday’s jackpot climbs to $310 million as an annuity and $238 million as money.
The odds of successful a Mega Millions jackpot are 1 in 302.5 million, in keeping with the lottery.
Two Charlotte-area residents scored $1 million wins in the sport in the previous three weeks.
Marion Hughes of Mooresville turned out to be the mystery purchaser of a winning $2 ticket at Fast Phil’s comfort retailer on Brawley School Road in southern Iredell County, lottery officers stated.
And a Concord lady and three members of the family scored a $1 million lottery prize after they chipped in 50 cents each for a Mega Millions ticket round Thanksgiving, lottery officers and the girl’s mom stated.
Lorraine Dowe purchased the successful ticket at Carolina Fast Mart on U.S. 601 in Concord with Troy Dowe of Middletown, N.Y., Nicollette Rhodes of Linden, N.J., and Chad Payne of New York, in keeping with a lottery information launch.
Mega Millions tickets can be found at lottery retailers, on www.nclottery.com and the lottery app.