One winning Mega Millions ticket worth $521M sold in NJ

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A ticket sold in New Jersey matched all six numbers from Friday night's Mega Millions drawing, NJ.com reported.

The jackpot amount had climbed from United States $502 million to U.S. $521 million earlier in the day, but the final amount of the prize hadn't been announced late on Friday.

The winning numbers are 59-46-28-11-31 and Megaball 1.

Two other Mega Millions players won $1 million each after tickets sold in OH and Texas matched the five white balls.

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Also Friday night, two tickets, sold in OH and Texas, matched the five white balls to win $1 million each.

No one has matched the numbers for the Mega Millions game since January, letting the jackpot climb to $521 million.

Mega Millions has reported the $521 million jackpot is the 10 largest jackpot in lottery game history.

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The $521 million is the annuity option, in which payments are made over 29 years.

If no one picked the winning numbers, the new jackpot will be more than $600 million.

According to a message on their Twitter account the NJ Lottery said the winning ticket was sold in Morris County at the Riverdale Lukoil South in Riverdale. $1.6 billion, Powerball, Jan. 13, 2016 (three tickets, from California, Florida, Tennessee) 2.

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