After 21 draws without a single jackpot winner, at least two winning Mega Millions tickets were sold in the $646 million drawing.
One of the lucky winners bought a ticket at a gift shop in San Jose, California, and the other was purchased at a newsstand in Atlanta, Georgia, according to USA Today.
But it's still possible there could be more winners out there in other states. (Via WCCB)
The winning numbers ended up being 8, 14, 17, 20 and 39 with a Megaball of 7, and the odds of claiming the big prize ended up being 1 in 259 million. (Via Mega Millions)
CNN reports 20 players will win $1 million after matching all the numbers except the Megaball. It's no $300 million, but at least it's something!
According to the Mega Millions lead director, a lot of people tried their luck for Tuesday's drawing.
She said $336 million in tickets were sold — that's $17 million more than originally projected. (Via WWSB)
Those strong sales helped push the jackpot to $636 million from the previous estimate of $586 million by Tuesday morning.
That's dangerously close to the U.S. record, which is currently held by a $656 million Mega Millions jackpot split by three winners in March 2012. (Via WFXT)
For those looking to try again, the jackpot will reset to $15 million for the first drawing on Friday night.