Someone in Florida hit the Saturday night jackpot for an estimated $238 million, or a cash value of $159.8 million.

The winning lottery numbers drawn on March 27 were 6, 14, 38, 39, 65 with a red Powerball of 6. The Power Play was 3X.

Although the grand prize winner was the only instant millionaire of the night, other players won smaller monetary prizes. A total of 13 people hit the Match 4 plus red Powerball, winning $50,000 each.

There were also six Match 4 plus red Powerball with Power Play winners, which resulted in $150,000 for each player. The other cash prizes of the night ranged from $4 to $300.

The winning ticket was sold at a Publix in the Lutz area of Tampa Bay. The Powerball jackpot will now reset to $20 million with a cash option of $13.6 million.

The largest jackpot in the U.S. was in January 2016. At the time, the Powerball prize was $1.586 billion and was split between three people. Prior to that, in October 2018, a South Carolina woman anonymously claimed the Powerball jackpot for $1.537 billion.

Smaller winners also have their stories. On March 15, Tailer Olsen of Lewiston, Utah, claimed a Powerball prize of $50,000.

Olsen, her husband, and her family had to make a four-hour drive to Boise, Idaho, where she originally brought her ticket, to claim the prize.

“We come to Idaho to buy our Powerball tickets,” she explained. “My husband had to arrange time off work. He was telling everyone that we hit the Powerball!”

Olsen revealed she and her husband typically drive to Idaho twice a week to buy Powerball tickets. The Utah resident’s ticket missed the jackpot by one number, but she insisted she would encourage friends to try their luck and play the lottery.

“We’ll let everyone know that people win on this game!” Olsen said.

The next Powerball drawing takes place Wednesday.

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In this photo, a person holds a ticket for the Powerball lottery in Los Angeles on Feb. 9, 2015. Reuters/Jonathan Alcorn