No one won Tuesday's $667 million Mega Millions jackpot, but two tickets sold in Pennsylvania — both in the Philadelphia area — and one in New Jersey are now worth $1 million each.

The jackpot for Friday's drawing is now up to $900 million — a Mega Millions record and No. 2 for the nation but some distance from the $1.5 billion 2016 Powerball drawing that set the U.S. and world records.

The Mega Millions cash payout for Friday's game is $513 million.

The $1 million tickets sold in Pennsylvania and New Jersey matched the five white balls — 3, 45, 49, 61, and 69 — but not the gold Mega Ball 9.

The Pennsylvania tickets were sold at Levittown Food Mart, at 5901 Mill Creek Road in Levittown, and EZ Beverage, at 600 MacDade Blvd. in Folsom. The New Jersey ticket was sold at the 7-Eleven at 99 Ridgedale Ave. in Cedar Knolls, Morris County.

Million-dollar tickets also were sold in California, Florida, Georgia, Kentucky, and New York. One player in Texas will collect $5 million after paying an extra $1 for the Megaplier option.

In the meantime, the jackpot in Wednesday night's Powerball game is a $345 million annuity or $199 million cash, before state and federal taxes.

Your chances of winning a Mega Millions top prize are 1 in 302.6 million. For Powerball, they're 1 in 292 million.

Your chances of being struck by lightning in your lifetime are 1 in 14,600, according to the National Weather Service.