Well, the 5th largest mega millions jackpot in history was just won here in New Jersey. The 1.13 billion dollar prize ticket was purchased at the Shop Right on Route 66 in Neptune Township in Monmouth County, New Jersey. Congratulations to whoever won this life-altering lottery. Just imagine winning over a billion dollars!


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Now in addition to the big mega millions winner, several winning tickets were sold in New Jersey, ten in all. Two of the tickets were worth $20,000 and eight tickets were worth $10,000. Information for winning locations was posted by NJ.com.



$20,000 Winning Tickets (NJ.com)

Princeton Avenue Deli & Dairy on Princeton Avenue in Brick Township

Krauszer’s Food Store on Franklin Avenue in Belleville



$10,000 Winning Tickers (NJ.com)

ShopRite on Route 37 West in Toms River

R&R Convenience Store on Broad Steet in Freehold

Krauszer’s on Old Bridge Turnpike in East Brunswick

Carmel Discount Liquor on West Sherman Avenue in Millville

Lucky Spot Convenience Store on North Gaston Avenue in Somerville

New Hilltop Exxon on Kennedy Boulevard in Union City 

Collins Convenience Store on East Collins Road in Galloway

Acme on South Broad Street in the Yardville section of Hamilton, Mercer County





Congratulations to all the winners and good luck to those playing in tonight's Powerball game which is estimated to be worth 865 Million Dollars.

What would you do if you won nearly a billion dollars? Take the cash option of 426 million. What would be the first thing you'd spend money on? Give us your thoughts and write your comments below,


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