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Mega Millions: 29 tickets worth $227,955 each sold in California

No Mega Millions tickets matching all six numbers were sold in California, but 29 tickets worth $227,955 each were sold here, the most in any state, according to the lottery's website.

Want to know if you're a winner? Winning tickets were sold at the following locations:

Hollywood Bazaar: 6701 Hollywood Blvd., Hollywood

Raley’s #447: 4650 Natomas Blvd., Sacramento

Rapid Gas #081: 811 E. Washington Blvd., Venice

Save Mart #386: 1172 N. Main St., Manteca

Liquor Tobacco & More: 1283 S. Mary Ave., Sunnyvale

Al’s Food & Liquor: 36 Medway Road, San Rafael

SC Mini Mart: 2135 N. San Fernando Rd., Los Angeles

7-Eleven 2174-13797: 2145 E. Ball Road, Anaheim

Grandview Liquor: 12203 Venice Blvd., Los Angeles

News Plus Montebello: 1728 Montebello Town Center, Montebello

7-Eleven 2367-25561: 617 Blossom Hill Rd., San Jose

K & J Liquor and Jr. Market: 938 E. South St., Long Beach

Fillco: 1011 Imperial Ave., Calexico

Scripps ARCO: 12033 Scripps Summit Dr., San Diego

Bluebird Liquor: 13746 S. Hawthorne Blvd., Hawthorne

7-Eleven 2136-18920B: 7407 Van Nuys Blvd., Van Nuys

USA Donuts and Croissants: 11230 Garvey Ave. Ste. A, El Monte

Four Guy’s Liquor: 1203 E. Main St., Santa Paula

Fast & Easy Mart #14: 34759 Ardenwood Blvd., Fremont

Chevron #2211: 215 Placerville, Folsom

Canyon Liquor: 16507 Soledad Canyon Rd. #H, Canyon Country

Haigs Liquor: 1230  W. Francisquito Ave., West Covina

Jack’s Liquor: 910 Oakdale Rd., Modesto

First and Ivy Market: 2170 First Ave., San Diego

Rancho Murieta County Store: 7175 Murieta Drive, Sloughhouse

Stockdale West Texaco: 13004 Stockdale Hwy., Bakersfield

EZ Foodmart: 2106 Taft Hwy., Bakersfield

Fox Liquors: 570 Larkin St., San Francisco

Clinton Keith Chevron: 23805 Clinton Keith Rd., Wildomar


Winning Mega Millions numbers: 2, 4, 23, 38, 46 and 23

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-- Paloma Esquivel

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