The Powerball jackpot continues to grow as no one had the winning ticket in Wednesday night’s drawing, sending the big prize up to an estimated $640 million. But there still were some lucky winners of the evening as 11 players became instant millionaires.

The winning numbers pulled on Wednesday, Jan. 13, were 4, 19, 23, 25, 49, with a red Powerball of 14. The Power Play was 2X.

Wednesday night’s jackpot reached $556.7 million with a cash option of $416.4 million, which has since increased to an estimated $640 million with a cash option of $478.7 million for the Saturday, Jan. 16, drawing.

While no one held the winning ticket for the full jackpot winnings, one player won $2 million for having the Match 5 and Power Play. Another 10 people won $1 million for having the Match 5. There were also big wins of $100,000 for 12 players that had the Match 4, Powerball, and Power Play. An additional 71 people won $50,000 for tickets that had the Match 4 and Powerball.

There were also several smaller prizes awarded in Wednesday night’s drawing that ranged from $200 to $4. A total of 3,322,314 players won some sort of cash prize, with the total amount of prizes paid out equaling over $34 million, according to the lottery.

Saturday’s jackpot will be the fifth-largest prize in Powerball history and the 9th largest jackpot in U.S. lottery history if won. It is also the highest the Powerball jackpot has been since March 2019.

Last year, the Powerball lottery was won by a number of lucky players, including two Madison, Wisconsin, residents that took home $22 million in June. Another player from Lansing, Michigan, won $70 million in February. Earlier in 2020, a Tallahassee, Florida, player had the winning ticket for a $396.9 million jackpot.

The Powerball joins the Mega Millions lottery in reaching historical jackpot levels. To date, the Mega Millions jackpot is estimated to be worth $750 million with a cash option of $550.6 million. The Mega Millions lottery will be drawn next on Friday, Jan. 15, at 11 p.m. EST.

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Powerball and Mega Millions lottery tickets are displayed on Jan. 3, 2018, in San Anselmo, California. Justin Sullivan/Getty Images