A Mega Millions ticket sold in Marin County is worth more than half a million dollars, California Lottery officials said today.
The ticket, sold at Colonial Liquor, at 913 Sir Francisco Drake Boulevard in Kentfield, successfully matched the numbers 10, 38, 36, 44 and 18, missing only the Mega number of 8. It is worth $525,634.
No one hit last night's jackpot, so Tuesday's Mega Millions jackpot will be $36 million.
Lottery winners have 180 days from the date of the draw to claim prizes.
Lottery fever rushed through Marin and March when several residents scored in the Mega Millions.
A waiter at Il Fornaio in Corte Madera won nearly $227,055 in the Mega Millions lottery record-setting $640 million March 30 draw, according to Marinscope Newspapers.
A dozen employees at Stefano’s Solar Powered Pizza in Corte Madera, Novato and Mill Valley in the March 27 Mega Millions drawing for a $363 million jackpot.
The lucky ticket was sold at Mill Valley’s Jolly King Liquors, the host on the radio show “Sarah and Vinnie,” Mill Valley resident Sarah Clark, reportedly bought a second winning ticket worth $13,525 in the same draw.
- Bay City News contributed to this report