Winning Mega Millions Numbers: Consecutive Numbers
Understanding Consecutive Numbers is a critical element in improving your chances of getting the Winning Mega Millions Numbers.
Here’s why. In theory, 68 out of every 100 Winning Mega Millions Numbers will have NO Consecutive numbers.
At the time of writing this, the last 100 Mega Millions draws had 63 with no Consecutive Numbers. Widen the range to the last 500 draws, and 327 of the 500 draws had no consecutive numbers; divide 327 by 5 and “average” per 100 actual Winning Mega Millions Numbers is 65 draws – very close to the statistical expectancy of 68 draws per 100.
But, dig deeper and it get even more interesting. As well as the 327 draws having no consecutive numbers, a further 160 actual Winning Mega Millions Numbers had only 2 consecutive numbers. Add 327 to 160 and no fewer than 487 of the 500 Winning Mega Millions Numbers had either NO consecutive numbers or only TWO.
We highly recommend you make sure your entry has either NO consecutive numbers or only TWO.
Please note that Mega Millions Systems may not always observe this rule. For example, a MegaMillions System that guarantees all 3-number combinations must obviously include 1-2-3. However, if you are just marking off 10 games for a personal entry, the tips on this page will help you create an entry that improves your chances of getting the Winning Mega Millions Numbers, or at least enough of them for a payout.