Mega Millions Jackpot Hits $750 Million After No Win Drawing!

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There were no big winners in Tuesday's Mega Millions drawing, meaning the jackpot will grow to $750 million, lottery officials say.

The new prize marks the fifth-largest jackpot in Mega Millions history, officials say. The Powerball jackpot isn't far behind with $550 million up for grabs in Wednesday's drawing.

Need some tips on how to “pick the right numbers,” according to a recent article. “Instead of picking a meaningful date, like a birthday or anniversary, it’s a no-brainer to select the most common lottery numbers to boost your odds. And, yes, there is a way to find out lucky lottery numbers! There are a few websites that track the lottery numbers that are pulled the most; keeping track of them is a good method for how to pick lottery numbers. The most common Mega Ball number is 22, which has come up 21 times in the past three years. Meanwhile, stay clear of 21, 36, 5, 51, and 50 when choosing your first five numbers; these appeared only between four and five times.”

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While winning either jackpot would be nice, it should be noted it's far from easy. The odds of winning the Powerball are one in 292.2 million, lottery officials say. The odds of winning Mega Millions are even worse at one in 302.5 million, they add.

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