The ticket matched all five white balls in Tuesday’s draw. Had he also had the Mega Ball 23 gold number, he would have won the estimated $20 million jackpot.

There’s a new millionaire in New York: A winning ticket in Tuesday’s Mega Millions drawing was sold in Brooklyn (NYC), according to state lottery officials.

The second prize $1 million dollar lucky ticket was sold at 3 Bros Deli & Grocery NY Corp. on Bay Parkway, near 64th Street, Mapleton neighborhood.

The ticket matched all five cue ball numbers in Tuesday night’s drawing: 1 – 15 – 20 – 44 – 67. Had it also held the Mega Ball 23, the lucky winner would have won the estimated $20 million jackpot. , limited Pix11.

Mega Millions lottery numbers are drawn from a field from 1 to 70. The Mega Ball is drawn from a separate field from one to 25. The drawing is televised every Tuesday and Friday at 11 p.m. The timeframe for claiming prizes ranges from 90 days to one year from the draw date, depending on where the ticket is purchased.

In August, a person won $1 million in Mega Millions in Queens. In July, two New Yorkers won $1 million in Mega Millions, with tickets purchased in the Bronx and Staten Island. In September 2021, a ticket sold at a Midtown Manhattan pizzeria fetched $432 million in that same lottery.

The largest winning Mega Millions ticket in history earned $1.537 billion and was purchased in South Carolina in October 2018.

Those who struggle with gambling addiction or know someone who does can find help by calling New York State’s toll-free and confidential HOPEline at 1-877-8-HOPENY (1-877-846-7369); or by texting HOPENY (467369).

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