The latest Mega Millions jackpot has grown following the Friday night lottery drawing, which did not result in a winner for the $113 million grand prize.

The winning Mega Millions numbers drawn on Friday, March 4 were 11, 19, 28, 46, 47, with a gold Mega Ball of 5. The Megaplier was 4X.

Watch the winning lottery numbers being pulled below.

Since there were no grand prize winners for the Friday night drawing worth an estimated $113 million with a cash option of $77.2 million, the jackpot went unclaimed.

There were also no players who became instant millionaires. If players would have the Match 5, they would have won $1 million. Meanwhile, ticket holders who hit the Match 5 with the 4X Megaplier would have won $4 million.

The next Mega Millions drawing will be worth an estimated $126 million with a cash option of $86.1 million. The numbers will be drawn on Tuesday, March 8.

Aside from the lack of millionaires from the night, there were several other smaller wins. There were 20 Match 4 plus gold Mega Ball winners that snagged $10,000 each.

However, none of those players hit the Match 4 with the Megaplier and missed out on the chance to win a $40,000 prize. The other Mega Millions wins from the night ranged between $2 and $2,000.

The last Mega Millions jackpot was won in January when a ticketholder in California won $426 million with a cash value of $292.9 million.

Lottery winners have the option to receive their winnings through a one-time lump sum payment or an annuity. Those who chose the annuity receive one immediate payment that is followed by 29 annual payments that increase by 5% each year.

Mega Millions can be played in 45 states as well as the U.S. Virgin Islands and the District of Columbia. The odds in winning are 1 in 302.5 million.

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