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The Mega Millions jackpot is up to $636 million - but there are still a few things that money WON'T be able to buy.
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CINCINNATI -- Tuesday’s Mega Millions drawing could make a lucky player the recipient of $636 million. But if you think you could all but buy the world with that kind of money, think again.
Here are 9 things you STILL couldn’t buy with your Mega Millions win.
The Cincinnati Bengals The professional football team is worth $905 million
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Facebook Good luck trying to snag this social media giant. The site is worth a reported $101.97 billion.
Snapchat They turned down a $1 billion offer from Facebook, so your Mega Millions winnings won’t get you very far.
Twitter The second-largest social media platform is worth $24.9 billion.
Procter and Gamble The Cincinnati-based giant is worth $82.55 billion.
Time Warner Cable Worth an estimated $34 billion.
McDonalds The fast food chain is reportedly worth $104.91 billion
Kroger The food retailer has an estimated worth of near $19.1 billion.
Walmart The retail mega-chain is worth an estimated $446.950 billion.
And you still won’t be richer than Richard Branson ($4.6 billion), Mark Cuban ($2.5 billion), George Lucas ($4.2 billion) and Mark Zuckerberg ($9.6 billion), to name a few.
Don’t forget – you can catch the Mega Millions drawing on 9 On Your Side Tuesday, Dec. 17 at the beginning of our 11 p.m. newscast.