The Powerball jackpot on Wednesday night did not have a winner for the estimated $700 million grand prize, which had a cash option of $335.7 million.

The Saturday night jackpot is expected to reach $800 million, with a cash value of $383.7 million, marking the second-largest prize in Powerball history, behind the $1.586 billion Powerball jackpot. The billion-dollar win was the fifth largest in U.S. lottery history.

Wednesday's winning lottery drawing numbers were 19, 36, 37, 46, 56, with a red Powerball of 24. The Power Play was 2X.

While no one won the jackpot, players across the nation were able to snag smaller monetary prizes.

A player in Connecticut, Illinois, Michigan, and New York, along with two ticket holders in California, hit the Match 5, winning $1 million each. If the players had used a Power Play, they could have picked up a $2 million prize.

Aside from the instant millionaires of the night, 48 players won $50,000 by matching four white balls and the red Powerball. Meanwhile, 11 ticket holders won $100,000 by hitting the Match 4 with the Powerball and Power Play.

Over 2.1 million tickets won prizes at all levels from the latest drawing, totaling $21.1 million.

Wednesday's jackpot marked the 36th consecutive drawing in which a player did not win the jackpot. If the grand prize is won on Saturday, it will be the sixth Powerball jackpot win of the year.

Lottery winners need to match the six numbers on their ticket to the drawn six-number combination. Five numbers must be selected from 1 to 69 for the white balls, and a number is selected from 1 to 26 for the red Powerball.

Winners can choose to receive a lump sum payment of an annuity, which consist of one immediate payment followed by 29 annual payments that increase by 5% each year.

Powerball tickets are available for purchase in participating territories for $2 apiece. There is a 1 in 292.2 million chance of winning the Powerball jackpot.

Powerball tickets await players at Cumberland Farms convenience store May 10, 2004 in Washington Crossing, Pennsylvania. William Thomas Cain/Getty Images