What, you jest, no 52 - four times 13?
Actually, 42 came up, and the Powerball was 10, and they add up to 52.
Coincidence? Of course!
A New York ticket won $2 million for matching the first five numbers while having the Power Play multiplier option.
Five tickets - from Pennsylvania, New York, Georgia, Iowa and Washington State - scored $1 million by matching the first five without the Power Play.
The Pennsylvania ticket was purchased Byers Main Street Market, 264 W. Main St., in Uniontown, southeast of Pittsburgh.
The annuity jackpot reboots to $40 million for Saturday night's drawing. Cash value: $25.7 million.
Friday's Mega Millions jackpot is worth $21 million for the annuity, $15 million for the cash, because no one hit all the numbers drawn Tuesday night: 7, 8, 23, 50 and 51, with a Mega Ball of 26.
Missing just the Mega Ball were two tickets sold in New York, two more in California, and one each in Montana, Ohio and Oklahoma.
For more on lotteries, go to www.philly.com/philly/news/lottery, www.powerball.com or www.megamillions.com.
Contact staff writer Peter Mucha at 215-854-4342 or email@example.com.