The Mega Millions jackpot just went up AGAIN

10 things to do WHEN you win the lottery

10 things to do WHEN you win the lottery

More than half a billion dollars is up for grabs in Tuesday night's Mega Millions drawing and lots of people are hoping to have the winning ticket in their hands.

The Mega Millions jackpot increased to a whopping $522 million just ahead of Tuesday night's drawing.

Tickets cost $2 with an optional "Megaplier" that costs $1 more and multiplies every prize except the jackpot. The other option, payment in cash, offers approximately $308 million all at once. The last winning jackpot wasn't that long ago - in May - with a $142 million ticket sold in Ohio.

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The jackpot for Wednesday's Powerball drawing has an estimated annuity value of $147 million, or $89.1 million cash, before taxes.

The jackpot is now even bigger than organizers had predicted.

Brand and Hearn said they have never seen at prize so pick coming from their Giant stores. The odds winning are 302,575,350 to 1.

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The $522 million jackpot is the fifth-highest in the game's history. Winners can be identified only after prizes are claimed and tickets validated.

It would be the largest Mega Millions prize won in the state if the victor is from MI. On draw nights, the deadline to buy a ticket is 10:45 p.m.

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