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Mega Millions Winners in Florida Claim $207 Million

A central Florida man and woman have stepped forward to claim their half of the $414 million Mega Millions lottery jackpot on Tuesday. Raymond Moyer and Robyn Collier, both 35, claimed $207 million in winnings from the Florida Lottery, and opted for a one-time, lump-sum payout of roughly $115.5 million. A check dated for April 21 was made out to …

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Mega Millions: Two Tickets Split $400 Million Prize

If you stumbled out of bed in the middle of the night to check your Mega Millions ticket, you no doubt noticed that the website has the next jackpot at $15 million. This of course means that the $400 million jackpot was won last night. The winning numbers in the March 18th jackpot were 11, 19, 24, 33, 51 and …

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Mega Millions Jackpot Skyrockets to $400M as Third Largest

Boy oh boy! My right palm is itching for some money-especially now that the Mega Millions Jackpot has increased to $400 million! The lottery for Tuesday has become the third largest winning amount in jackpot gaming history. However, it doesn’t beat its predecessors: $656M on March 30, 2012 $648M on Dec. 17, 2013 Neither does the current amount break the records of previous …

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Mega Milllions Jackpot Hits $400 Million

Here we go again. After a Mega Millions jackpot grew to near-record setting $648 million in December, before two lucky winners split the cash, there haven’t been too many enormous jackpots. Now after weeks without a winner, the current jackpot is at $400 million, which is good enough to be the sixth largest prize ever in lottery history. The next …

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Mega Millions Jackpot Hits $400 Million

If you have ever dreamed of being a millionaire, now is the time to play the Mega Millions lottery which is now estimated to be around $400 million. The winning numbers will be picked on Friday and according to the lottery website, this will be the second highest award ever for Mega Millions. After taxes, the cash payout would be …

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