The Mega Millions jackpot just keeps growing. The popular bi-weekly lottery has ballooned to immense proportions since nobody has claimed the grand prize in more than a month, and Tuesday night will bring another chance for someone to walk home with more than $100 million.

Anyone who wants to win the Mega Millions jackpot needs to buy their tickets buy 11 p.m. on Tuesday night, as that is the deadline every week. Tickets are $2 each and ask players to pick six numbers. In the unlikely event that a player gets all six numbers right, they win the jackpot. If they only get a few numbers, they still get some money.

The jackpot for Tuesday night’s drawing is $139 million with a cash option of $84 million. Someone in New York state won the jackpot on New Year’s Day, taking home more than $400 million. Since then, nobody has won the jackpot and it has grown accordingly each week.

Mega Millions rules dictate that the jackpot grows by at least $5 million if nobody claims it.

On Friday, there were not many big winners. Two people won $50,000 and 15 others won $10,000, but nobody won anything more than that.

GettyImages-457439677 A sign advertising the $636 Million Mega Millions lottery jackpot hangs in a convenience store window on December 17, 2013 in Chicago, Illinois. Photo: Scott Olson/Getty Images