The red, white, and blue has turned into green, green, green. Now that the record Eurojackpot has been won, US lotteries are back on top! The three largest jackpots in the world belong to US lotteries, totaling $330 million. Play the lottery like an American this week and turn the American dream into a reality!
Mega Millions – $173 Million
Mega Millions has the world’s largest jackpot right now and it’s not even a close race. The Mega Millions $173 million jackpot is over $50 million more than the second largest jackpot and $140 million more than the current largest European lottery jackpot. Mega Millions has no jackpot cap and holds the jackpot world record with $656 million, split by three winning tickets in March 2012. 2015 has also been a record-breaking year for Mega Millions. The largest Mega Millions jackpot so far in 2015 was $265 million, won on 16 January by Jesus Davila Jr., the largest prize in Illinois Lottery history. Play Mega Millions online for your chance to make your own lottery history.
US Powerball – $121 Million
After all sold tickets failed to match the 9 May winning numbers, the US Powerball jackpot rolled over to $100 million, the first time it reached nine digits since 14 March. Since that time, the jackpot has only gotten larger and now $121 million is up for grabs this Wednesday. It’s been an interesting mix of highs and lows this year for US Powerball. One of the largest jackpots of all-time — $564 million — was won split by three ticket holders on 11 February. Then on 14 March, a single ticket sold in New York won $136 million. Since that time, however, there were no major rollover streaks. Four jackpots were won in March and April, from $40 million to $80 million. How far will the jackpot rise this time around?
California SuperLotto Plus – $36 Million
California is known as the Golden State, home to Hollywood stars and Silicon Valley billionaires. And with a starting jackpot of $7 million, California SuperLotto Plus is a lottery worthy of the state with the Midas touch. Like Mega Millions and US Powerball, California SuperLotto Plus does not have a jackpot limit and will rollover until a winner is drawn. The largest jackpot was $193 million, won in 2002. The current jackpot is an impressive $36 million, so buy your California SuperLotto Plus tickets online today and you could be California Dreamin’ this Wednesday.