MIAMI (CBSMiami) – Friday the 13th is normally associated with bad luck.

But this Friday could prove to be extremely lucky for the holder of the right Mega Million ticket.

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No one won the jackpot in Tuesday’s drawing. So it has rolled over to $400 million, the second-largest jackpot in Mega Millions history and the fifth-largest ever in North America.

If one ticket matches all six numbers for the $400 million mega-jackpot, the winner will have the choice of receiving the full jackpot in 30 annual payments, or a cash option of approximately $216.4 million before taxes.

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More than 5 million tickets won prizes in Tuesday’s drawing, including five tickets that matched the first five numbers to each win $1,000,000. Those tickets were bought in Connecticut, Massachusetts, New Jersey and two in Ohio.

This jackpot has been growing since Oct. 1st. The jackpot has now rolled 20 times without a winner.

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The odds of winning the jackpot are approximately one in 259 million. The odds of winning any of the Mega Millions prizes are approximately 1 in 15. Mega Millions holds the record for the largest jackpot ever, at $656 million. That jackpot on March 30, 2012, was split by three winning tickets in Illinois, Kansas and Maryland.