The Mega Millions jackpot has grown to a whopping $750 million as no one took home the grand prize in Tuesday night’s lottery drawing. However, there were nine instant millionaires of the night.

As the jackpot, which was worth an estimated $625 million with a cash option of $458.8 million, went unwon, the pot is now the second-largest in Mega Millions' history and will be drawn on Friday, Jan. 15, at 11 p.m. EST.

The winning numbers selected on Tuesday, Jan. 12, were 12, 14, 26, 28, 33, with the 2X Megaplier being 9. Watch the winning numbers being pulled below.

Despite no one taking home the big Mega Millions jackpot on Tuesday, one Florida player won $2 million by matching the Match 5 and 2X Megaplier, and eight people took home $1 million by matching the Match 5. The latter winners were from California, Florida, Georgia, Illinois, Missouri, New Jersey, Texas, and Washington. 

There were also 20 players that won $20,000 for matching the Match 4 and 2X Megaplier, and 116 people that won $10,000 for the Match 4 and Megaplier ball. A number of other players also won smaller prizes that ranged in value from $1,000 to $2. Over 2.3 million players won at least $2 for having the Megaplier ball.

Friday’s Mega Millions jackpot has grown to record levels and the lottery said it is one of the biggest in its history. The largest jackpot to date was worth $1.537 billion and was won by a South Carolina player in October 2018. It is the world’s largest lotto prize won on a single ticket.

Historically, January has been a particularly lucky month for lottery players. There have been 16 lottery jackpot winners in the month since Mega Millions began in May 2002, including prizes of $451 million in January 2018, $437 million in January 2019, and $380 million in January 2011.

Last year, there were a number of big Mega Millions jackpot winners as well. 

The Mega Millions lottery has a range of cash prizes that are valued from $2 all the way up to the current estimated jackpot.

mega millions A Mega Millions lottery ticket is filled out on Oct. 19, 2018 in New York City. Photo: ANGELA WEISS/AFP via Getty Images