Second $1 Million Mega Millions Ticket Sold in North Texas

By Greg Janda
|  Wednesday, Mar 19, 2014  |  Updated 9:35 AM CDT
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Who says North Texans aren't lucky? A second $1 million-winning Mega Millions lottery ticket has been sold in the area.

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Who says North Texans aren't lucky? A second $1 million-winning Mega Millions lottery ticket has been sold in the area.

North Texans have a real lucky streak -- two $1 million-winning Mega Millions lottery ticket has been sold in the area in the last 7 days.

Last week, a 7-Eleven in north Fort Worth sold a $1 million-winning ticket which matched 5 numbers, but not the jackpot-essential Mega Ball.

That ticket has yet to be cashed in, according to Texas Lottery officials.

The latest ticket, which also matched 5 numbers and no Mega Ball,  was sold at a QuikTrip in Garland.

Two jackpot-winning Mega Millions tickets were also sold for Tuesday's drawing -- one in Florida, the other in Maryland. Those two winners will split the $400 million jackpot.

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