Winning Mega Millions ticket worth $2 million sold in Mystic
Mystic — A Stonington Road convenience store sold a winning Mega Millions ticket good for $2 million in last Friday's drawing, the Connecticut Lottery Corp. announced Monday.
The winning ticket, purchased at C Depot Citgo at 48 Stonington Road, a gas station/convenience store, was unclaimed as of Monday, the lottery said.
The ticket matched all five numbers — 19-40-47-57-65 — with a Mega Ball of six. The Megaplier was two.
There was no jackpot winner.
In total, 5,894 winning Mega Millions tickets were sold statewide for Friday's drawing, with prizes ranging from $2 to $2 million, the lottery said. Winners have until Wednesday, Dec. 11, 2019 to claim their prizes. All draw game tickets expire 180 calendar days from the draw date.
The next Mega Millions drawing, for an estimated $50 million jackpot, is Tuesday.
The overall odds of winning a Mega Millions prize are 1 in 24. Odds of winning the jackpot are 1 in 302,575,350, according to the lottery.
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