Florida winner claims share of $494 million Mega Millions Lottery jackpot

Mega Millions-On Wednesday, the Florida big Lottery declared that the managing member of Pineapple Trust, Pamela Baker, 44, of Bonita Springs, raised a share of the $494 million Mega Millions jackpot.

The big champions chose to accept the award as a one-time, round -sum payment of $126,004,016.
Which is a great decision so far.

The big winning digits for the Oct. 14, graphics were 09, 22, 26, 41, 44 and the Mega Ball was 19.

The jackpot-winning Quick Pick lottery passes was buy at 7-Eleven, located at 2980 Colonial Boulevard in Fort Myers. The wholesaler collected a $100,000 bonus commission for selling the jackpot-winning passes.

Another big boom winning lottery passes for the jackpot was soldout at a 7-Eleven in California as well.

For months, no one knew if someone had demanding half of the jackpot in Florida, which totaled $247.9 million. However, the Florida Lottery declared in a press release sent to News Channel 8 on Tuesday, that the champions had come forward to demand the awards .

Since a new law was passed in 2022, those who win big lottery awards above $250,000 can have the state hold their identity card for 90 days.

“The Florida Lottery is thrilled to give best wishes and congrats our third MEGA MILLIONS jackpot champion,” Secretary John Davis said in a statement. “This series of jackpot rollovers was not only life-changing for this participants, it also allowed us to contribute towards more than $25 million to education that will greatly benefit our state’s students and schools because this youth is the future of our nation.”

Since joining Mega Million in 2013, the game has make more than $1.01 billion for education, and has rewarded more than $978.4 million in awards to over 69.4 million participants .

The next graphics for the Mega Millions will be held Friday, Feb. 17, at 11:00 p.m. ET with an approximate $84 million jackpot overall lottery market and game is in the fewer towards the education system which is a very good for the notion as well as for social responsibility.

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