Dreams of mansions, fast cars, and living in the lap of luxury were dashed last night for millions of New Yorkers.

Like many people, residents of New York had already planned what they would do if they won Saturday's $1.6 Billion dollar Powerball lottery.

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Those plans will have to wait as no ticket match all six numbers to win the Powerball jackpot.

Saturday's winning numbers were 28-45-53-56-69 20

Since no one won the jackpot, Monday's Powerball drawing will now be the largest in Lottery history.


The estimated jackpot for Monday's drawing is $1.9 billion dollars which is around $300 million dollars more than the former largest jackpot record amount.

Here are the top 5 jackpots in lottery history.

$768.4 million Powerball jackpot - Only One winning ticket was sold in Wisconsin for the Powerball drawing on March 27, 2019. 24-year-old Manuel Franco took home the $768.4 million dollar jackpot.

$1.05 billion Mega Millions jackpot - One lucky ticket sold in Michigan matched all six winning numbers in a Mega Millions drawing on Jan. 22, 2021. That jackpot was valued at $1.05 billion. 4 people who were part of a lottery club claimed the grand prize.

$1.337 billion Mega Millions jackpot - Once again only one ticket was sold for this billion-dollar jackpot. It was sold at a gas station in a Chicago suburb on July 29, 2022.

$1.537 billion Mega Millions jackpot - There was only a single winner for the 2nd largest jackpot in lottery history. The winning ticket was sold in South Carolina on Oct. 23, 2018.

$1.586 billion Powerball jackpot - The largest jackpot in Lottery history was split three ways as three winning tickets were sold for the Jan. 13, 2016 drawing. The winning tickets were sold in California, Florida, and Tennessee.

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