$640 million dollars is on the line if someone gets all 6 balls correct, but the odds of hitting that jackpot aren't in your favor.
The odds of winning Mega-Millions are 1 in 175,71,536.
University of Arkansas student Lauren Husband, correctly, said, "I'm pretty sure the odds are against me."
Joe Hixson is also a student at the U of A, he added, "Out of 300 million people in America, that's a pretty slim chance."
Joe Simpson said, "Poor college freshman, you know, I think I'll just keep my money, buy a couple packs of ramen with the dollar."
Here are some other numbers:
1 in 6 students will have a perfect SAT score
1 in 662,000 will win an Olympic medal
1 in 12,000 will get a hole-in-one on the golf course
1 in 1 million will be struck by lightning this year
1 in 10 million will be President of the United States
But many people ponder, what if?
Nick Paschal is a student at U of A, he said, "That's a lot of money and I would like to have it myself."
With a $640 million dollar ticket, someone in Northwest Arkansas could have a lot of fun. That money could be used to buy 20 Arvest Ballparks, or even 6 Razorback Stadiums.
A winner of Mega-Millions could even buy every seat to every home game for the Hog football team this season, and still have $620 left over.