Winning Super Millions numbers for Friday, Nov. 18, 2022

Winning Super Millions numbers for Friday, Nov. 18, 2022

Nine Super Millions drawings have gone back and forth since the last time the game saw a bonanza champ.

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Winning Super Millions numbers for Friday, Nov. 18, 2022
SAN FRANCISCO – JUNE 23: An advertisement for the Mega Millions lottery is seen June 23, 2005 in San Francisco, California. Retailers began to sell tickets for the high-jackpot Mega Millions game on Wednesday after the state Lottery Commission voted to join 11 other states in the Mega Millions game in an attempt to boost stagnant sales and bring in more money for schools. The game was promoted as a way to regularly bring $100 million jackpots to California, while still offering the SuperLotto Plus game. (Photo by Justin Sullivan/Getty Images)

Uber Millions winning numbers

The triumphant numbers for Friday late evening’s drawing were 2, 14, 16, 38, 66, and the Super Ball was 9. The Megaplier was 4X.

What number of numbers in Uber Millions do you have to win an award?

You just have to match one number in Super Millions to win an award. Nonetheless, that number should be the Super Ball worth $2.

What do I win assuming I get 2 numbers on Uber Millions?

Matching two numbers won’t win anything in Super Millions except if one of the numbers is the Uber Ball. A ticket matching one of the five numbers and the Uber Ball is valued at $4.

When is the following Super Millions drawing?

Drawings are held two times each week at around 11 p.m. ET each Tuesday and Friday.

How to play Mega Millions?

This is the way to play Super Millions:

Mega Millions’ last jackpot winner

Here is the list of 2022 Mega Millions jackpot wins, according to

$426 million — Jan. 28; California.
$128 million — Mar. 8; New York.
$110 million — April 12; Minnesota.
$20 million — April 15; Tennessee.
$1.337 billion — July 29; Illinois.
$502 million — Oct. 14; California, Florida.