MONEYWATCHSuper Millions big stake tops $1 billion after nobody won $830 million thousand award

The Mega Millions bonanza has passed the $1 billion boundary.

The stupendous award in Friday late evening's drawing will be an expected $1.02 billion

lottery authorities said, however that is sure to develop as an ever increasing number of tickets are purchased as that drawing draws near.

The money choice for that treasure would be $602.5 million.

No triumphant tickets were sold for Tuesday late evening's drawing, which had a bonanza of $830 million.

It would have been the country's fourth-biggest lottery prize ever and third-biggest Mega Millions prize.

It would have been the country's fourth-biggest lottery prize ever and third-biggest Mega Millions prize.

The triumphant numbers from Tuesday late evening's drawing were: 29, 63, 66, 7, 60 and a "Super Ball" of 15.

Maria Kilbane, a representative for Mega Millions, told CBS News.

For this situation, 29 sequential draws without a bonanza champ.

Nobody has matched the game's six numbers since April 15.