After two months without a jackpot winner in the Powerball drawing, two tickets matched the winning numbers for the $630 million jackpot on Wednesday.

The jackpot, the seventh-largest in Powerball history, saw one winning ticket sold in California and the other in Wisconsin. They will each claim $315 million before taxes.

The winning numbers drawn on Wednesday, Jan. 5, were 6, 14, 25, 33, 46, with a red Powerball of 17. The Power Play was 2X.

The winners from Wednesday night will have the option to claim their share of the estimated $630 million prize through an annuity that would be paid out over 29 years or a lump sum payment of $224.2 million apiece. Both amounts are before taxes.

Although two players snagged the $630 million jackpot, there were more than 3 million tickets that won prizes from the Wednesday night drawing, including a few instant millionaires.

Twelve players from Arizona, California, Florida, Indiana, Maryland, Missouri, New Jersey, New York, and Texas hit the Match 5, winning $1 million apiece.

However, two players from Florida and Georgia hit the Match 5 with the Power Play purchase and won a $2 million prize.

There were 77 players who hit the Match 4 plus the red Powerball and won $50,000. Meanwhile, 13 players were able to hit the Match 4 plus the red Powerball with the 2X Power Play purchase, putting their winnings for the night at $100,000.

The Powerball jackpot will now reset to $20 million with a cash option of $14.2 million. The next drawing will be held on Saturday, Jan. 8.

The latest drawing marks the first time someone has hit the jackpot since Oct. 4, when a single ticket from California won a $699.8 million grand prize.

The Powerball costs $2 per play. The odds of winning the Powerball jackpot are 1 in 292.2 million.

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