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Mega Millions winning numbers for Friday, June 5

Are you the next millionaire?

Here are the Mega Millions winning numbers for June 5, 2020.

32 – 35 – 37 – 47 – 55 and Mega Millions 22

Megaplier was 3x

The jackpot was at an estimated $378 million with a cash option of $297.6 million, according to the Mega Millions website.

There was no overall winner so the jackpot will rise to $410 million with a cash option of $308.2 million for next Tuesday’s drawing. Three tickets sold in New Jersey, Connecticut and Florida matched all five white balls to win $1 million.

It was not immediately released where in the Garden State the million-dollar ticket was sold.

Meanwhile, the Powerball jackpot reset to $20 million with a cash option of $15.8 million, according to the Powerball website, after the $136.4 million was won by a lucky player in West Virginia.

Until recently, lottery winners in New Jersey were required to be identified, but now winners will be able to stay anonymous under a new law that was signed by Gov. Phil Murphy.

The jackpot was at an estimated $378 million with a cash option of $297.6 million.

Powerball winning numbers for Wednesday, May 6; $2 million ticket sold in Toms River

Someone in New Jersey won $2 million. Was it you?

Here are the Powerball winning numbers for May 6, 2020.

7 – 8 – 35 – 50 – 65 and Powerball 20

Powerplay was 4x

One ticket sold in Silverton Pharmacy in Toms River matched all five white balls and had the Powerplay to win a $2 million prize. Another ticket sold in Minnesota won $1 million.

The jackpot was an estimated $59 million with a cash option of $48.3 million, according to the Powerball website. There was no overall winner so the jackpot will rise to $68 million with a cash option of $55.6 million for Saturday night’s drawing.

Meanwhile, the Mega Millions jackpot was at $231 million with a cash option of $184.9 million, according to the Mega Millions website.

Until recently, lottery winners in New Jersey were required to be identified, but now winners will be able to stay anonymous under a new law that was signed by Gov. Phil Murphy.

The jackpot was an estimated $59 million with a cash option of $48.3 million.