Two multimillion dollar lottery tickets that were sold in the Valley have not been claimed as of Monday afternoon. 

The two massive jackpots that have yet to be claimed are a The Pick ticket for $4.9 million and a Mega Millions ticket for $3 million.

The $4.8 million ticket was sold at a QuikTrip near 43rd Avenue and Indian School Road in Phoenix, according to state lottery officials. The $3 million ticket was sold at a Fry's Food and Drug near Indian School and Miller roads in Scottsdale. 

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The winning The Pick ticket matched six out of the six numbers during the drawing on Saturday: 10, 12, 16, 20, 26, 29.

The winning Mega Millions ticket matched five out of the five numbers, with no Mega Ball, during the drawing on Friday: 9, 14, 27, 26, 52. The Mega Ball number was 4.

The cash prize for the Mega Millions ticket was a mere $1 million, but since the winning ticket was also a Megaplier ticket, the winnings tripled. 

Both tickets were unclaimed as of noon on Monday. 

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