TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (AP) - No tickets matched the four winning numbers plus the Mega Ball number, so the jackpot rolled over to an estimated $2 million in the Mega Money game, the Florida Lottery said Wednesday.
Seven tickets won $1,242.50 each for picking 4 of 4; 56 tickets won $340 each for picking 3 of 4 plus the Mega Ball number; 1,047 tickets won $54 each for picking 3 of 4; 1,656 tickets won $23.50 each for picking 2 of 4 plus the Mega Ball; 15,010 won $2.50 each for matching one number plus the Mega Ball; 31,512 tickets won $2 each for picking 2 of 4; and 36,888 won a free Quick Pick ticket for matching the Mega Ball.
The numbers drawn Tuesday night were 25-27-31-35 and the Mega Ball was 9.
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