In fact, Texas Lottery executive director, Gary Grief, have asked the ticket buyers from Moulton to check their serial numbers. “If you purchased a Mega Millions ticket in Moulton, check your numbers because you might be a millionaire,” said Grief.
The winning ticket was sold at the Moulton Grocery & Market located at 100 S. Lavaca in Moulton, Texas. 15-29-31-46-64 are the winning numbers for the drawing. 10 is the Mega Ball number.
If the winner of the $33 million Mega Millions jackpot amount want an all cash payment, he can get $19.24 million after taxes. And the winning ticket holder can claim his prize money within 6 months after drawing.
But the deadline for certain “eligible” military personnel may be extended for some time. The retailer who sold the winning Quick Pick ticket, is also eligible to receive a bonus amount of $330,000.
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