How many numbers do you need to win anything on Mega?

six numbers
To win the jackpot, all six numbers on your ticket must match the winning numbers. There are a total of nine ways to win a prize in Mega Millions.

Is there a prize for 2 numbers in Mega Millions?

Yes, if you match two Mega Millions numbers during the drawing, this means that you will walk away with some money, but you won’t win the jackpot. However, you will only win some money if you matched a yellow ball and a white ball. Matching two white balls won’t get you any winnings.

What is the prize for matching the Mega number?

Megaplier Prizes

Match Base Prize 4x (1 in 5)
3 Numbers \$10 \$40
2 Numbers + Mega Ball \$10 \$40
1 Number + Mega Ball \$4 \$16
Mega Ball Only \$2 \$8

Do you get anything for the Mega Ball?

If you match all five numbers (in any order) and the mega ball, then you win the \$1.6 billion jackpot. If you match all five numbers without the mega ball, you would win \$1 million. You can also win smaller prizes for matching one through four of the numbers and the mega ball. Smaller winnings start at \$2.

Does 1 number win anything in Mega Millions?

If you’re watching the Mega Millions drawing tonight, you may find that you matched only one number that was drawn. Unfortunately, if you only matched one white number on the Mega Millions drawing, you did NOT win any money. If the only number matched was the yellow Mega Ball number itself, then you’ll win \$2.

Are 3 numbers worth anything in Mega Millions?

If You Match Three Numbers, Here’s What You Win If you match 2 white balls and 1 yellow ball, you’ll win \$10, according to Mega Millions’ rules which you can read here. If you match 3 white balls, you’ll also win \$10.

How much do I win if I match 3 numbers in Mega Millions?

How many numbers do you need to win anything on Mega? six numbers To win the jackpot, all six numbers on your ticket must match the winning numbers. There are a total of nine ways to win a prize in Mega Millions. Is there a prize for 2 numbers in Mega Millions? Yes, if you…