What started as a purchase of a lottery ticket at a convenience store on Levittown’s Trenton Road is going to mean a new resident on Millionaire’s Mile somewhere, reports NBC10.
One lucky player matched all five white balls — and the yellow Megaball — in the May 21 draw. Lottery officials estimate a payout of $516 million, the largest in the history of the Commonwealth.
And that’s after taxes.
The 7-11 store that sold the ticket is getting a bonus of $100,000. Not bad for a transaction taking only a few seconds.
According to Pennsylvania Lottery statistics, the odds of such a win are 1 in 302,575,350. This is the third Mega Millions winner in the state and the largest jackpot ever awarded.
The winner has not come forward.
Perhaps they’re still reeling from the news.
More on this story is at NBC10.