The Powerball jackpot continues to rise after another drawing went by without a big winner, but there were a handful of smaller monetary prizes that were claimed on Saturday. 

The winning lottery numbers that were drawn on Feb. 20 were 4, 8, 22, 32 and 58, with the red Powerball of 4. The Power Play multiplier was 10X. 

Since no one was lucky enough to win the $78 million jackpot, the earnings will roll over and increase for the drawing on Wednesday. The estimated jackpot will be $90 million with a cash option of $64.2 million. 

Although no one hit the big jackpot Saturday, there were plenty of players who won smaller prizes. Twelve players won $50,000 by matching four white balls plus the red Powerball number, while nine others also hit the Power Play option to earn themselves them $500,000. 

There haven’t been any jackpot winners in the month of February, but three players won in January. The first win on Jan. 20 featured earnings of $731.1 million after the longest run without a jackpot run that stretched back to Sept. 2020, Newsweek reported. 

The other two winners saw a pair of New Jersey residents strike it rich. On Jan. 24, one the first Garden State resident hit for $23 million. One week later, another New Jersey resident won, this time, for $33.2 million. 

Jackpot winners can choose to take a lump sum payment up front or choose the annuity option that gives the winner 30 payments over the next 29 years.

The next drawing is on Wednesday, Feb. 24 at 10:59 p.m.

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