No grand prize winners resulted from the Tuesday night Mega Millions drawing, which featured a jackpot worth an estimated $347 million with a cash value of $236.6 million.

The winning Mega Millions numbers were 4, 19, 39, 42, and 52 with a gold Mega Ball of 9. The Megaplier was 4X.

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While there was no grand prize winner, several players managed to become instant millionaires following the latest lottery drawing. A player from Maryland hit the Match 5 and won a $1 million prize.

Meanwhile, a player from North Carolina, Pennsylvania, and Texas were able to hit the Match 5 with a Megaplier purchase, which put their winnings for the night at $4 million apiece.

Aside from the four instant millionaires, there were several other players who won smaller monetary prizes from the Tuesday Mega Millions drawing.

Twenty-one players hit the Match 4 plus the gold Mega Ball, winning $10,00. However, only four players matched hit the Match 4 plus the gold Mega Ball with the 4X Megaplier purchase, winning 40,000 each. The rest of the Mega Millions prizes from the night ranged between $2 and $2,000.

The next Mega Millions drawing will be worth an estimated $376 million with a cash option of $256.4 million.

The latest drawing comes after a player from New Jersey won a $1 million prize after the Friday night drawing. The winning ticket was purchased at a Food Mart in Elmwood Park.

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

Mega Millions can be played in 45 states as well as the U.S. Virgin Islands and the District of Columbia.

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Lakiesha Deshawn McGhee was arrested after she allegedly stole lottery tickets from the office of Sabrina Renee Dollar, who had just been shot in an armed robbery. In photo: Powerball and Mega Millions lottery tickets are displayed on Jan. 3, 2018, in San Anselmo, California. Justin Sullivan/Getty Images