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Mega Millions

Originally named Big Game in 1996, Mega Millions is a huge multi-state lottery game. Since rebranding in 2002, the game has seen some of the biggest jackpot winners in history, with the record jackpot of $1.537 billion being won by three lucky players back in 2016.

Find out more about the popular American game, including Megaplier information and how to take part from Australia.

Tomorrow's Mega Millions Jackpot:
$158 Million!*

How to Play

Playing Mega Millions from Australia is possible through online betting services like Jackpot.com. These services are heavily regulated which means playing through them is very safe and your money is protected.

Dividends

You must match all 5 main numbers plus the Mega Ball to win the jackpot in Mega Millions. There are another eight ways to win including matching only the Mega Ball for a cash prize of $2. The odds of winning the jackpot are 1 in 302.5 million and the odds of winning any prize are 1 in 24.

The follow table shows the prizes available in each division and the odds of winning. The prizes in Mega Millions are fixed in all states except California.

Division Numbers Matched Prize Amount Odds of Winning
1 Match 5 + Mega Ball Jackpot (Variable) 1 in 302,575,350
2 Match 5 $1,000,000 1 in 12,607,306
3 Match 4 + Mega Ball $10,000 1 in 931,001
4 Match 4 $500 1 in 38,792
5 Match 3 + Mega Ball $200 1 in 14,547
6 Match 3 $10 1 in 606
7 Match 2 + Mega Ball $10 1 in 693
8 Match 1 + Mega Ball $4 1 in 89
9 Match 0 + Mega Ball $2 1 in 37
Overall, your chances of winning a Mega Millions prize are 1 in 24

Megaplier

Similar to the Power Play in US Powerball, the Megaplier costs $1 to add on to your ticket and increases the value of the non-jackpot winning prizes.

A Megaplier number from 2 to 5 is drawn on the night of the Mega Millions draw. If you are participating in the Megaplier, any prizes won will be multiplied by the Megaplier numbers.

Just the Jackpot

If you’re feeling lucky there is an option to play Just the Jackpot. Players will pay for two lines but the only option is to win the jackpot. There are no prizes for matching any fewer than the five main numbers and the Mega Ball.

Biggest Jackpots

Although the US Powerball holds the record for the biggest jackpot ever won in the world, Mega Millions currently holds the record for the biggest lottery jackpot ever won by a single ticket holder. In October 2019, South Carolina player took 5 months to come forward to claim the $1.537 billion jackpot after which, they decided to take the cash option of $877.7 million and opted to stay anonymous.