Two New Jersey Lottery tickets each won a $1 million prize in Friday night's Mega Millions lottery drawing. Lottery officials just shared the news on Monday morning (July 24) in a statement issued to the media.

Both of the winning tickets were sold at the Jersey Shore. They were sold at these retailers:

  • ShopRite #623, Routes 36 & 71 in West Long Branch, NJ
  • Wegmans Food Market, 1104 Route 35 in Ocean, NJ

By the way, nobody won the Mega Millions jackpot so the prize has grown to $820 million. It'll be drawn on Tuesday night (July 25) at 11 pm. 

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There were, however, several smaller prize winners for New Jersey Lottery players. Those winners matched four of the five white balls and the Gold Mega ball won a $10,000 prize, according to the NJ Lottery. 

  • 7-Eleven #35055, 897 Schulyer Ave. in Kearny, NJ
  • KDM Mart, 2510 Route 9 South in Howell, NJ

Plus, a ticket sold in Bergen County winning tickets were purchased with the Multiplier option so that prize was $20,000. It was sold at Foster Stationery on Washington Ave in Bergenfield, NJ.

Two $1 Million Powerball Lottery Tickets Sold in New Jersey Last Week

Composite via Canva & Dan Alexander, Townsquare Media
Composite via Canva & Dan Alexander, Townsquare Media

Meanwhile, two lucky New Jersey lottery players also hit a huge jackpot last week. Two tickets sold in New Jersey matched all five of the white balls that were drawn on Wednesday night, winning a $1 million prize.

They did not match the red Powerball.

These tickets were sold at retailers in North Jersey. Here's where:

  • Bergen County: Metro Liquor, 100 Broadway, in Elmwood Park, NJ
  • Essex County: Galaxy Liquors, 410-412 Central Ave., in Orange, NJ

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