PHOENIX - None of the winning Mega Millions lottery tickets were sold in Arizona, but three buyers are holding tickets worth $250,000 each.
Friday night's world-record breaking $640 million jackpot will be split between winners who bought tickets in Illinois, Kansas and Maryland.
The Arizona Lottery says three tickets sold here matched 5 winning numbers but not the megaball, earning the holder a quarter of a million dollars.
Thirteen other tickets matched 4 of 5 numbers and the megaball and are worth $10,000 each.
The next drawing on Tuesday is estimated to be worth just $12 million.
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