Texas has seen a run of good luck recently with some big lotto wins. As of right now, there is a combined almost $2 billion for the taking between the Mega Millions and Powerball. Can Texas keep the streak going and see a jackpot win?

Almost A Combined $2 Billion At Stake In Mega Millions And Powerball

The current jackpots Texans are looking to cash in on are $1.1 billion in the Mega Millions and $800 million in the Powerball. Saying the combined $1.9 billion jackpots would be life-changing is the understatement of the century. That's the kind of money you daydream about, and still can't find a way to spend it all.

If you were to take the cash option instead of the annual payments, you'd receive an estimated $384.8 million. If you took the cash instead of the annual payments for the Mega Millions, you'd look at an estimated $525.8 million payday. Not bad.

Recent Big Lotto Winner In Texas

Recently, someone in Texas hit it big. According to reports, someone from Austin purchased a ticket that wound up being worth $1 million. In February, someone from Austin won $1 million from a Powerball ticket, and someone in Beaumont won $50,000.

Is it finally time for Texas to get one of these massive jackpots?

Do We Even Care About The Massive Jackpots Anymore?

Once upon a time, jackpots like these were incredibly rare and would get the entire nation talking. Now, it seems like we've seen so many massive jackpots that they've lost their allure. It's almost like we're exhausted from chasing life-changing amounts of money that set up our families for generations.

There doesn't seem to be as much excitement around these giant jackpots anymore, which is insane considering one of them is over $1 billion. I can't even wrap my brain around how much money that is.

If you play, play responsibly and never spend more than you can afford to lose. The odds are astronomical and aren't in your favor.

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