USAMega Millions and the USA Mega Powerball are the two most popular lottery games in the United States. The reason? Simple. Players have a chance to win multimillion amounts of money which are sure to last them for a lifetime or 10. The pots from these games are truly enormous the last one being 1.5 billion dollars won on Mega Millions. This is why the sales climb sky high and players hope to guess the winning numbers which will change their life. So, how does it all work?

USAMega Review

The USA Mega Millions ticket costs $2 to play. The player needs to pick 6 different numbers from 2 separate pools. There are five different numbers from 1 to 70 and one number from 1 to 25. The jackpot prize is won if you manage to guess all 6 winning numbers in a single draw.


The prizes start at $40 million dollars and increase by $5 million after each jackpot is won. But they also grow with the number of sold tickets. The top jackpot prize is not the only one to be won in this game. If you guess 5 numbers you will walk away with one million dollars. Guess 4 numbers and a bonus number and you will get $10,000, while guessing only 4 numbers will bring you $500. If you guess 3 numbers plus a bonus number the payout is $200, while the rest of the prizes go from $10 to $2. In many states you can also purchase a Megaplier which increases the non jackpot prizes by 2, 3, 4 or 5 times. 

Usa Mega Powerball

Playing the USA Mega Powerball is also very similar to USA Mega Millions. The ticket costs $2 to play and you first choose 5 numbers from 1 to 69 and after that 1 number from 1 to 26 which is the Red Powerball. The jackpot is won if all of your 6 numbers are drawn and the jackpot starts at $40 million dollars. The game also has similar non jackpot payouts like USA Mega Millions which start with $2 and can go as high as $1 million dollars. You can also purchase a Power Play multiplier in this game which increases your payout by 2, 3, 4, 5, or 10 times.

The massive payouts in both USA Mega games are the main reason why so many people try their luck on the lottery. After all what is a $2 investment compared to the hundreds of millions of dollars jackpot.

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