CYPRESS PARK (KTLA) -- A one dollar investment is paying off big for one local lottery player.
A Mega Millions ticket for Friday's jackpot worth more than $56 million dollars sold at Convenience Retailers on 2250 North Figueroa Street, according to a statement from the lottery.
The ticket matched all six numbers ? 19, 45, 21, 3, 44, and the Mega number of 29.
A second ticket sold in North Carolina also matched all six numbers, splitting the $113 million jackpot.
The store will get a bonus of $282,500 for selling the winning ticket.
Friday's jackpot marks the first time since June the multi-state lottery surpassed $100 million.
Three other tickets in California -- sold in Van Nuys, Long Beach and West Covina -- also won, matching 5 numbers and will split the $433,041 prize.
The winner has 60 days to claim the prize, or the money will go to the state.