DENTON (CBSDFW.COM) – There’s been a recent rash of $1 million lottery winners across Texas (what a tough problem to have) and now a Denton resident has joined the club.

A person in the city, who has elected to remain anonymous, claimed the second-tier prize for the January 17 Mega Millions drawing.

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While the winner did not get the Mega Ball number, they did match all of the white ball numbers and that was enough to win $1 million. The ticket was purchased at a Quick Save convenience store on Teasley Lane, in Denton.

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The numbers drawn were 3-25-30-54-70 and the Mega Ball number 9.

On February 5 a Sachse resident won $1 million on a scratch-off ticket and a woman in Mesquite won $1 million on a scratch-off on February 4.

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Mega Millions is played in Texas, 43 other states plus Washington, D.C., and the U.S. Virgin Islands. It costs $2 to play the game — without the Megaplier option — and the sales cutoff time in Texas is 9:45 p.m.