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$3 million Mega Millions ticket sold in Williston

WILLISTON -- The largest prize ever won in the history of the North Dakota Lottery is unclaimed after being sold at a Kum & Go store in Williston. According to the North Dakota Lottery, the Mega Millions ticket drawn last, May 17, is worth $3...

WILLISTON - The largest prize ever won in the history of the North Dakota Lottery is unclaimed after being sold at a Kum & Go store in Williston.
According to the North Dakota Lottery, the Mega Millions ticket drawn last, May 17, is worth $3 million. The winning numbers are 17, 24, 27, 48, 75 and the Mega Ball is 6.
The winner has 180 days from the date of the drawing to claim their prize. The ticket matched all white balls making it worth $1 million. Because the lottery player added a Megaplier feature, the prize tripled.
The previous record prize was a $2 million Powerball with Power Play ticket that was also purchased in Williston in 2015.

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