It was named after the item she went to get at the Newport Stop & Shop, where she bought the ticket.
Two other cash jackpots were bigger, but both were split.
The largest was $240 million, from a Mega Millions jackpot in January last year. But it was split by winners in Idaho and Washington State. The annuity was worth $380 million, second most ever.
The March 6, 2007, Mega Millions drawing produced the biggest annuity on record, $390 million, and the cash of $233.1 million was divided between a Cape May County couple and a Georgia trucker.
The February jackpot was Powerball's third biggest annuity prize ever. The biggest, $365 million, was won in February 2006 by a single Nebraska ticket, but the cash payout was about $177 million.
Interest rates explain the difference. When they're high, less cash is needed to jack up annuities.
Mega Millions moolah. In regional lottery news, a few winners of $250,000 winners in Mega Millions turn out to have purchased their tickets in Reading, Easton and Edison, N.J., while $1 million was won in Newark, N.J.
That game's jackpot, by the way, is up to $127 million - or $93 million cash - for tonight's drawing.
No one hit all the numbers Friday night, but two Pennsylvania tickets and two more in New Jersey just missed. They matched the first five numbers - 16, 29, 48, 52 and 54 - but not the Mega Ball of 5.
Winning $1 million, because the player also had the Megaplier option, was a ticket sold at the Garden Cafe, Bergen Street in Newark.
Winning $250,000 were tickets purchased at Weis Markets, State Street in Hamburg, north of Reading in Berks County; Herman's Service Center, Main Street in Tatamy, Pa., north of Easton, in Northampton County; and at the Raceway, Lincoln Highway in Edison, Middlesex County, N.J.
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