SACRAMENTO--One of three winning tickets in Tuesday night's nine-figure Mega Millions draw was sold in Pleasanton, according to California Lottery officials.

The jackpot ticket was sold at a 7-Eleven store in Riverside, and matched the numbers 20, 5, 33, 36, 11 with a Mega number of 11, officials said. The ticket is worth $120 million with an estimated cash option of $92.1 million.

Two additional tickets, one of which was sold at Cole's Market at 4277 First St. in Pleasanton, successfully matched five numbers, missing only the Mega number, yielding a payout of $220,648 each. The second ticket was sold in Huntington Beach.

Of the 44 jurisdictions in which Mega Millions is played, California was the only state to hit the MEGA Millions jackpot last night, officials said.

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