Just imagine yourself buying a winning million-dollar Mega Millions lottery ticket from a local gas station. We honestly wouldn't know how to react if we won all of that money. NJ.com recently reported that at a gas station in Burlington County a winning million-dollar Mega Millions lottery ticket sold.

It was also mentioned on NJ.com that the ticket winner was for last Friday's(6/5) lottery drawing and the lucky person missed the big prize just by one number. The individual that purchased that Mega Millions lottery ticket at Horsetrack Gas in Burlington was missing the Mega Ball number. Let's be real, they are still taking home a million dollars. Beggars can't be choosers.

The Garden State actually had a couple of winners. NJ.com reported that out in Cherry Hill there was another winner. It wasn't anywhere near a million dollars but that lucky person took home the third prize which was $10,000. This third prize ticket was sold at a 7-Eleven in Cherry Hill.

Just in case you want to play the numbers that got a lucky person a million dollars, those numbers were 32, 35, 37, 47, and 55. Mega Ball was 22.

According to 3CBS Philly, Friday's Mega Millions jackpot drawing was at 378 million dollars. Since the big jackpot wasn't taken, tonight’s number for the jackpot is even bigger. Mega Millions for Tuesday (6/9) is around 410 million dollars.

Due to the COVID-19 closures, many lottery winners can't fully get their money if they won over $599.50, according to NJ.com. So we are guessing that lucky Mega Millions winner will have to wait before making any plans with all of that money.