If your ticket is the one that matches all five winning numbers sold at the 11316 Burbank Blvd. doughnut shop, you're sitting on a sweet chunk of change: $195,947 to be exact.
That winning ticket -- with the numbers 20, 31, 4, 37, and 7 -- splits a $391,894 prize with an identical ticket sold at the Fast & Easy Mart at 2820 Crow Canyon Road in Contra Costa County's San Ramon.
The California Lottery reminds winners to sign the backs of their tickets, keep them in a safe place and contact lottery officials directly or at a local district office as soon as possible. Information is available at http://calottery.com. You have 180 days to claim your prize.
There were no winners in Tuesday's Mega Millions lottery draw, and California Lottery officials took that opportuntity to point out that the odds of winning a Fantasy 5 prize are much greater.
In Fantasy 5, you win by simply matching five numbers out of 39 on your $1 ticket. There is no "Mega" number. There is a new drawing every day. The top prize starts at $50,000 and increases daily until someone hits the five-number jackpot.