CAPE FAIR, Mo.-- A Kansas City couple's night out in Cape Fair, Mo. became a $1 million.William Armstrong thought some Powerball and Mega Millions tickets would go fantastic with his dinner that night and purchased$ 10 of each. It wasn't up until the following Monday that Mary Armstrong observed Flat Creek Resort, 7847 State Highway 173 in Cape Fair-- where they purchased their tickets-- sold a$ 1 million Mega Millions ticket."I waited until he got house from work and asked him if he had those tickets,"stated the Kansas City local."They remained in his truck, so I asked him to go get them. He was kind of frustrated with me that he had to go back out to the truck. "Once they had their tickets in hand, Mary Armstrong checked the winning numbers on MOLottery.com.. The winning numbers for May 11 were 14, 38, 40, 53, 70 and the Mega Ball number was 22. And one by one, they matched every number however the Mega Ball number." We were jumping up and down, weeping,"chuckled Mary Armstrong." We constantly joked about winning. We do not need $500 million
; simply give us$1 million and we will be good!" The Armstrongs prepare to utilize their cash sensibly. William Armstrong is eagerly anticipating retirement next year. They will utilize their prize
to spruce up their house in Kansas City to sell and retire to their home in Branson." She's not letting me go out and purchase any brand-new toys yet,"chuckled William Armstrong.Mega Millions is a bi-weekly Draw Video game with jackpots beginning at$12 million that
grow up until somebody wins. It costs$1 to play, and for an additional $1, players
can include the Megaplier feature, which increases non-jackpot reward profits approximately 4 times their normal value.