A machine prints Powerball lottery tickets at a convenience store in Washington, DC, January 7, 2016. Saul Loeb/AFP/Getty Images

The bi-weekly Powerball lottery did not have its best day on Saturday night. This past weekend’s drawing did not produce a jackpot winner or a single Match 5 prize winner. The former is not surprising, but the latter was slightly unusual.

Powerball players have a chance to reverse their fortunes on Wednesday night. The next Powerball drawing is at 11 p.m. ET. Tickets start at $2 each and can be purchased until Wednesday evening.

Since nobody won the jackpot on Saturday night, it continued to grow before Wednesday night’s drawing. Powerball players will have the opportunity to take home $322 million if they can correctly guess all six winning numbers. Even if they only get a few numbers right, they can still win some money for their trouble.

Normally, at least one or two players win $1 million from Powerball with the Match 5 prize. On Saturday night, that was not the case. The bi-weekly Mega Millions lottery was kinder to players over the weekend, with four different players taking home at least $1 million.

Three more Mega Millions players won the Match 5 prize on Tuesday night, but that lottery’s jackpot also went unclaimed.