Two tickets awarded $1 million each in the Mega Millions draw held on July 29 will be sold out very soon.
Quick Pick tickets matching the five numbers drawn were purchased at Racetrack #099, located at 1100 W. Park Blvd., in Plano, and at Fuel Max #47, located at 420 University Drive, in Prairie View, but $ None of the 1 million prizes have been claimed.
The winning ticket matches five white ball numbers (13-36-45-57-67) but not the gold mega ball numbers (14). The deadline for claiming the prize is Wednesday, January 25, 2023 at 5:00 PM local time. Each winner may claim the prize at any Texas Lottery Claim Center.
The ticket holder may also claim the prize by mail. The ticket, along with a claim form, must be postmarked on or before the ticket expiration date and must be sent to the following address:
Texas Lottery Commission
ATTN: Austin Claims Center
PO Box 16600
Austin, TX 78761-6600
If you claim your prize by mail you will need to allow 8-12 weeks for it to process.
“The Mega Millions drawing on July 29, 2022 was historic: the announced jackpot of $1.28 billion was the second largest in the game’s history, and we certainly look forward to celebrating these Texas Lottery players who turned out to be winners. drawing,” said Gary Groff, CEO of the Texas Lottery. “We encourage our Mega Millions players to double-check their tickets, double-check the numbers, and, if their numbers match, report them to the Texas Lottery Claim Center Please sign the back of the ticket before claiming your prize.”
A ticket holder forfeits any claim to a prize for a Raffle game after the expiration of the 180th day after the Raffle game. The deadline may be extended for some time for certain eligible military personnel. Unclaimed awards for programs authorized by the Texas Legislature are returned to the state.