Hopefully the folks running Lottery TN won't force the $1 million winner(s) to receive annuity payments.
Difficult to predict the odds of a million dollar winner, my foot. How many tickets are being printed?
But not everyone who has a winning entry ticket will send it in. Hence the odds can not be calculated. Although they could probably have just said approximately 1 : 500,000
Interesting on the Lucky 7's game --it is identical to the Lucky 7 game that GA has.
Did Rebecca Paul not bring any creativity to the game for that huge salary she is receiving ?
In NJ & NY you choose Cash or Annunity for the MegaMillion ticket at the time you purchase the ticket not after you win.
Todd pointed out in another forum that in NJ a ticket marked "annuity" CAN be changed to "cash" if you win.
NY (and TX) will not let you change your mind on Mega Millions.
The article didn't refer to the number of winners who cash in their tickets, it was referring to the chances of winning. There are going to be x amount of tickets printed and y amount of million dollar tickets.
I think there will not be actual "million-dollar" tickets; those prize(s) would be awarded in a special drawing.
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