Seven-digit winning Mega Millions ticket sold in South Carolina

A seven-figure awards-winning Mega Millions big super lottery ticket was recently soldout, and now a search is underway for the $1 million awards winner, accordance to South Carolina Education Lottery officials.

The big boom winning Mega Millions lottery passes was soldout at a supermarket in Lexington, lottery representative said Monday in a news release.

The big winning Mega Millions game was purchased at the Publix at Hendrix Crossing in the 800 block of U.S. 378, accordance to the release. That’s about a mile from Lexington High School.

The lottery passes ticket sold in Lexington paired all five white ball digits drawn, but fell short of the ultimate jackpot because it didn’t have the same gold Megaball digits , represenasaid.

The big boom winning digits from last Friday’s graphics were 16, 18, 28, 42, 43 and Megaball: 11.

The champions has 180 days to claim the awards accordance to lottery representative .

The champions will be allowed to retain some privacy, as South Carolina is one of eight states — along with Delaware, Kansas, Georgia, Maryland, North Dakota, Ohio and Texas — that allow lottery champion to remain anonymous.

The odds of paired all five white balls for the $1 million awards are 1-in-12,607,306, according to the release.

Sign the back of your lottery passes and put it in a safe location until you’re ready to come forward to demanded the awards ,” lottery representative said.

For complete details on claiming awards , go to

In addition to the $1 million winning game, more than 7,600 other participants in South Carolina won awards in Friday’s lottery graphics , accordance to the release.

The next Mega Millions lottery graphics will be held Tuesday, when the pool is approximate to be $83 million. Everyday is a new day and new challenge we just have to be super cool and excited to face the challenge and make them opportunities.

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