Prizes for Tue, Mega Millions Jun 11, 2024

Maryland (MD) Mega Millions Results & Prizes for Saturday, June 11, 2024

Prizes Tue, Jun 11, 2024

Mega Millions

> Each prize amount is based upon the ticket cost shown next to it.

Match Prize Amount Odds
5 numbers + Mega Ball $30 Million Rolling Jackpot $2 ticket cost 1 in 302,575,350
5 numbers $1 Million $2 ticket cost 1 in 12,607,306
4 numbers + Mega Ball $10,000 $2 ticket cost 1 in 931,001
4 numbers $500 $2 ticket cost 1 in 38,792
3 numbers + Mega Ball $200 $2 ticket cost 1 in 14,547
3 numbers $10 $2 ticket cost 1 in 606
2 numbers + Mega Ball $10 $2 ticket cost 1 in 693
1 number + Mega Ball $4 $2 ticket cost 1 in 89
Mega Ball only $2 $2 ticket cost 1 in 37
5 numbers, with Megaplier purchase $4 Million $3 ticket cost 1 in 12,607,306
4 numbers + Mega Ball, with Megaplier purchase $40,000 $3 ticket cost 1 in 931,001
4 numbers, with Megaplier purchase $2,000 $3 ticket cost 1 in 38,792
3 numbers + Mega Ball, with Megaplier purchase $800 $3 ticket cost 1 in 14,547
3 numbers, with Megaplier purchase $40 $3 ticket cost 1 in 606
2 numbers + Mega Ball, with Megaplier purchase $40 $3 ticket cost 1 in 693
1 number + Mega Ball, with Megaplier purchase $16 $3 ticket cost 1 in 89
Mega Ball only, with Megaplier purchase $8 $3 ticket cost 1 in 37

Prizes for Tue, Mega Millions Jun 11, 2024

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Ticket costs

In most states where Mega Millions is offered, the cost of a single ticket typically ranges from $1 to $2. However, ticket costs may vary slightly depending on the specific rules and regulations of the state lottery. It’s essential to check with your local lottery retailer or the official lottery website for accurate pricing information. Additionally, some states offer options for advance play, allowing players to purchase tickets for multiple draws in advance, which may affect the overall cost per ticket.

Zero prize amounts

In Maryland Mega Millions games, there are typically no prizes awarded for matching zero numbers. Since the objective is to match numbers drawn in specific combinations, failing to match any numbers means that the player did not win a prize. In Mega Millions, players select five numbers from a pool of 1 to 70 and one additional Mega Ball number from a separate pool of 1 to 25. Players win prizes by matching numbers drawn in various combinations, with higher payouts awarded for matching more numbers correctly. If none of the player’s selected numbers match the winning numbers drawn, they do not win a prize.

Multipliers

In Mega Millions lottery games, multipliers are offered as an optional feature known as the Megaplier. The Megaplier multiplies non-jackpot prizes by a randomly selected multiplier drawn at the same time as the main numbers. The Megaplier can increase non-jackpot prizes by 2x, 3x, 4x, or 5x, depending on the multiplier drawn. However, the Megaplier does not apply to the jackpot prize. Players can choose to add the Megaplier option to their Mega Millions ticket for an additional cost, typically around $1 per play. It’s important to note that the Megaplier feature is not available in all states that participate in Mega Millions. Players should check with their state lottery for availability and pricing details.

Bonus/extra draws

In Mega Millions lottery games, bonus or extra draws are not typically offered as part of the standard game format. Mega Millions follows a traditional drawing format where winning numbers are randomly selected from a pool of numbers, and players win prizes by matching a certain number of those drawn numbers, including the Mega Ball. There are no additional bonus or extra draws beyond the regular drawing schedule. Players can participate in Mega Millions by purchasing tickets for the scheduled drawings, which typically occur on designated days of the week. It’s important to check the official Mega Millions website or contact authorized lottery retailers for information on the drawing schedule and how to participate in the game.

Source: For updated information on Lottery payouts and Federal tax obligations visit www.irs.gov.

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