5 Mega Millions Tickets in SoCal Are Worth $562,000; Here’s Where They Were Sold

No tickets sold in California matched all six numbers in Tuesday's night record Mega Millions draw, but eight came close - including five in Southern California.

Those eight tickets had all but one number correct, and are worth roughly $562,472, according to the California Lottery website.

The tickets were sold in the following locations:

Arcadia:
Chevron
11 E. Live Oak Ave.

Chatsworth:
7-Eleven
20871 Lassen St.

Norwalk:
Circle K
13041 Rosecrans Ave. #201

Rancho Cucamonga
Castle Liquor
8655 19th St.

San Diego:
Chevron
6301 Del Cerro Blvd.

San Francisco:
Safeway
730 Taraval St.

San Luis Obispo:
SLO Quick Stop
2600 Broad St.

Stockton:
Country Market Place
1789 W. Charter Way

Seventy other tickets matched four numbers plus the Mega Ball and are worth nearly $9,000, according to the state lottery.

One ticket in South Carolina matched all six numbers to win the nearly $1.5 billion, the largest in Mega Millions history and the second biggest behind a nearly $1.6 billion Powerball jackpot split by three winners in 2016.

Had there been no winner, the jackpot would have jumped to an estimated $2 billion, according to a California Lottery tweet.

Tuesday's winning numbers were 5, 28, 62, 65, 70 and Mega Ball 5.

Those looking to test their luck still have another chance Wednesday to win a major lottery prize, as the Powerball jackpot is up to an estimated $620 million before the 8 p.m. drawing.

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