$149M Mega Millions ticket sold near Pittsburgh
WHITE OAK (AP) – Pennsylvania Lottery officials say Tuesday’s $149 million winning Mega Millions ticket was sold at a gas station convenience store near Pittsburgh.
The ticket has an annuity value of $149 million and a cash value of $86.1 million.
It was sold at the White Oak Gas & Grocery, a Marathon station named for the suburb where it is located, about 10 miles southeast of Pittsburgh.
The business owner will receive $100,000 for selling the ticket.
The winning ticket correctly matched the five white balls, 10-40-63-64-69, and the Megaball, 07.
The winner has yet to be identified.
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