We all dream of hitting the Big Prize. When work or life gets stressful, we all start to wonder what it would be like to strike it rich.

What would you do with a million dollars - ir even a few million? Buy a boat? Quit your job? Buy a house for your parents? It's fun to fantasize about what we'd do with that kind of money.

What would you do if you hit the lottery? What are you dreaming about? Canva
What would you do if you hit the lottery? What are you dreaming about? Canva

A few people in Arizona can stop wondering what it would be like, and start making plans, because there were four winners drawn in the Mega Millions lottery over the weekend.

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Mega Millions Prize

The Arizona Lottery's Mega Millions grand prize jackpot will reach $910 million by Friday. If you're dreaming of sandy beaches and easy days, you might want to grab some tickets.

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Check your tickets! Canva

If you've already purchased tickets to the drawing, you should double check yours. Four people who played the Arizona lottery last week won big. One player is sitting on a prize-winning ticket worth over $1 million dollars.

If you purchased a ticket in a Flagstaff store, check your numbers because you could be sitting on thie winning ticket.

And The Winners Are...

Be sure to check the updated numbers from the Arizona Lottery website to see if your ticket matches the winning numbers.
The other tickets with winning numbers were sold in various places around Arizona. A ticket worth $10,000 was sold in Litchfield Park at a Fry's Food & Drug on Camelback Road. If you live in Show Low and bought a ticket at the Maverick Station on Penrod Rd, your ticket could be a $20,000 winner.

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Check the website for the winning numbers. Canva

The second biggest prize winner this week could collect $50,000 from a ticket bought at a Circle K store on Baseline Rd. in Laveen. The million-dollar winner bought their ticket at the Safeway on Highway 89 in Flagstaff.
So check your tickets. Even if you didn't win, tell us: what would YOU do if you won the lottery? Send us a message on our station app.

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