We have a winner! Two in fact. Two tickets matched all the numbers in last night's massive Mega Millions jackpot. One in San Jose, California. The other in Atlanta, Georgia. But you don't have to be a grand prize winner to win big.
The people who hold Mega Millions tickets with these numbers "8, 20, 14, 17, 39 and the golden Megaball is 7"...are about get the best Christmas gift ever! On Tuesday alone, an estimated eleven million tickets were sold every hour -- some 30 million tickets an hour during peak times.
"I mean you never really know, you know, and it's a low risk and then a high reward so if I had won, it would definitely be worth it,” Nick Salamone says.
"I wouldn't spend a thousand dollars or anything like that but five bucks here and there I'm not too worried about it,” says Ethan Miller.
"I would have, first of all, paid off my school loans and my brother's school loans and then I'd take my whole entire family on a fabulous trip,” says Christa Calcari.
"I would've probably taken half of it and invested it so I can get all the tax money back that the state took from me and then I would take that and spend it on paying off all my bills,” says Mark Simon.
"I would've traveled, a lot, to England, places I haven't gone before that I wanted to go to and I'd buy a lot of presents for people," says Danielle Robidoux.Twenty ticket holders won one-million dollars. There's good news for all those people who didn't win. The Mega Millions jackpot resets to 15 million dollars for the next drawing on Friday.