Arkansas News Bureau
LITTLE ROCK — A Mega Millions ticket bought at a convenience store in North Little Rock is worth $1 million, lottery officials said Wednesday.
The ticket was bought at the Superstop on Crystal Hill Road. The buyer will have to present the ticket at one of the state lottery’s claim centers in Little Rock, Camden, Springdale or Jonesboro to claim the prize.
The winner bought a $1 Mega Millions ticket and matched all five of the white ball numbers that were drawn Tuesday night in the multi-state game, officials said. The white ball numbers were 6, 18, 36, 40 and 49, and the Mega Ball number was 7.
The person also bought a multiplier for $1, which boosted the prize from $250,000 to $1 million.
The Superstop stands to collect a $10,000 bonus when the ticket is cashed.
Two tickets bought in other states also are worth $1 million. No one won the $200 million Mega Millions jackpot Tuesday, so the jackpot increased to $237 million.