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The Powerball jackpot keeps rising, and Wednesday night's prize is expected to exceed more than $700 million, making it the second largest prize in lottery history.

The ranking for the largest Powerball payout in USA history was the $1.6 billion jackpot in January 2016, which was split among three winners in California, Tennessee, and Florida.

Shelby Campbell, a cashier at The Tri-County Market in Vanderbilt, said she started seeing an increase in lottery sales on Friday going into Saturday and since Saturday, the already steady sales have continued to increase.

Pennsylvania Lottery has sold 17 Powerball jackpot-winning tickets since joining the multi-state game 15 years ago this summer. For the current jackpot, the cash prize would be $443.3 million.

"Their life is ideal". Tobar said, "If you're playing Powerball, go over to CT".

"Even if it's split 100 ways, it's still a crap-load of money", Kingsley said.

"I could help a lot of people", Rogers said.

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Shaheen said they received daily requests from across the country and from all walks of life when they first won. The odds became longer after a rules change in 2015, but the chances to win one of the smaller prizes actually went up.

According to the Colorado Lottery, more than $3 billion have gone toward outdoor projects for 34 years through Great Outdoors Colorado, the Conservation Trust Fund and Colorado Parks & Wildlife. Some members can't choose one option while others take the other.

"I would pay off my father's house and pay off my grandmother's house", said Veronica Garcia, 30, of Plaistow. She is the founder of an organization called the Sudden Money Institute in Palm Beach, Florida.

Fortune notes that governments tend to keep about 40 percent the Powerball ticket revenue.

"I've always said this".

"I would buy all the animal shelters here and buy a huge farm to take care of all the animals", she said. You do not have to be a citizen or a resident to play the game. "And she says, 'Was it you?' And I said, 'Oh, maybe!'" Some of the nation's biggest states, including California and Texas, don't assess state taxes on lottery prizes, so winners in those spots would be just a bit richer.