Mega Millions takes centre stage once again this Friday as it did at the end of 2013 with the near-record breaker $586 million jackpot that certainly made someone’s holiday. The jackpot for Friday’s draw has grown exponentially over the past 17 bi-weekly Mega Millions draws since the jackpot was claimed by a mother-son duo on January 3rd this year – winning a tidy $61 million to make their weekend.
What we all want to know is: will the Mega Millions jackpot fall into someone’s instant possession this Friday? Or will it produce an even larger jackpot to tantalize the imagination of Mega Millions players the world over? Either result would be thrilling to the many Mega Millions fans out there and that’s one of our many reasons for loving the lottery.
Three tickets did manage to contest the Mega Millions winning lotto numbers, all sold in California. They matched 5 of the six winning numbers – 10, 29, 31, 35 and 45 – but unfortunately narrowly missed the jackpot with an absence of the Mega ball of number 10 in their entries. However, the $1 million second prize is sure to brighten their spirits for having just missed the first cash prize, a relatively new feature to the Mega Millions that has made plenty of millionaires since it was introduced.
And if you do win the $270 million jackpot this weekend? Everyone imagines what they would do or buy, where they would travel. But there’s so much more you can do with your lottery multimillions after you’ve bought your new mansion, sports car and jetted off to a luxury get away the likes of which you’ve never experienced. You could become part of a project that will leave a lasting impression in the future – and it’s based in London, one of the greatest cities in the world.
London’s Growing… Up! is an exhibition demonstrating the transformation of the London city skyline from the 1950s era of skyscrapers through a series of images, construction videos and models – using the iconic buildings such as Centre Point and Barbican as future architectural references. The exhibition further explores London’s possible appearance in 10 years’ time as developers focus on expanding the city upwards as opposed to outwards. With a donation from the next Mega Millions jackpot winner, this exhibition could truly blow everyone’s expectations!
Plenty of philanthropists become involved in projects that are art-based –recently the American fashion designer Ralph Lauren donated a multimillion dollar gift to Parisian art school École des Beaux-Arts to upgrade the school’s website and update the main auditorium. This wasn’t his first either, with a $13 million donation made in 1998 for the Smithsonian Institution to preserve the 200-year old American flag; the “star-spangled banner” that inspired the US national anthem.
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Here’s hoping you guess the winning lotto numbers this Friday to win the $270 million Mega Millions!
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