(WKOW) -- Two tickets match the winning numbers in the $636 million Mega Millions jackpot. The winning tickets were sold in San Jose, California and Atlanta, Georgia.
Wisconsin sold eight winning tickets in the Mega Millions lottery. One ticket is worth $20,000 and the rest are worth $5,000 each. Those tickets were sold at:
Brodhead Trackside Mobil, 1109 1st Center Ave.
Delafield 7 Eleven, 2675 Sun Valley Dr.
Milwaukee Milwaukee Foods, 2903 W. Clybourn Ave.
Milwaukee Pantry 41, 1030 E. North Ave.
Oakdale Love's Travel Stop, 220 N. Oakwood St.
Oregon Stop-N-Go, 856 Janesville St.
West Bend Hart Mobil, 1516 Main St.
Whitewater The Station/SBL Petro, 844 E. Milwaukee
The cash option for the $636M jackpot is estimated at $341 million and the two grand prize winners will share that. The actual jackpot could grow closer to $645 million, a lottery director told ABC News. The exact size of the jackpot will be released later on Tuesday.
This Mega Millions jackpot is the second largest in U.S. history. The record jackpot was $656 million in March 2012.
DES MOINES, Iowa (AP) -- The numbers have been drawn for the $636 million Mega Millions jackpot.
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