The holidays are here! Like it or not, it is that time of the year for snow, sleigh bells and lots and lots of credit card bills! But don't let the stress and headache of those payments get you down, there may be a big amount of cash headed to your bank account.

Although the stores and online retailers have basically skipped over Thanksgiving, it is almost here. Just a few days to go until Thanksgiving Day is here and you can see the lights already up and the deals all over the place to make your shopping easier. But imagine if you could complete that list in one day and still have millions and millions left to splurge on yourself.

The current Mega Millions jackpot has soared over two millions dollars! Just like it's cousin Powerball, the bigger the jackpot, the more attention it is getting. I noticed the billboard along Route 5 in Buffalo that showed the big loot that is up grabs. The estimated jackpot is now $207 million with a cash option is $102.8 million.

We have three kids who have very long lists for Santa Claus this year. Everything from video games to bikes and classics like yo-yo's fills their dream list. If i won, I may have a few more toys in mind for mom and me. I have always wanted a bass boat and mom dreams of a trip to Fiji! Good Luck!

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