Check your tickets: $1 million Mega Millions lottery ticket sold in New JerseyPosted: Updated:
A Mega Millions lottery ticket worth $1 million was sold at a convenience store in northern New Jersey.
According to New Jersey lottery officials, the ticket for Friday's Mega Millions drawing was bought at the QuickChek at 195 Main Ave. in Passaic.
The ticket matched five numbers, but not the Mega Ball. The winning numbers Friday night were: 28, 31, 33, 57 and 62. The Mega Ball drawn was 19, and the Megaplier was 2X.
There were also a pair of $10,000 tickets sold for Friday's drawing – one at the Wawa on 40 Washington Road in Sayreville, and the other at a Mobil station on Route 23 north in Wayne.
Each of those tickets matched four numbers, plus the Mega Ball.
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