One Powerball player may soon have some money to burn.
The Powerball jackpot has climbed to $800 million, the second highest prize in the game’s history, after no winners came forward Wednesday.
The current prize, to be drawn Saturday, is about half of Powerball’s largest jackpot of $1.586 billion, which three ticket holders won in 2016.
No ticketholders matched up with Wednesday’s lucky numbers — white balls 19, 36, 37, 46, 56 and a red Powerball of 24, which would have awarded a $700 million prize.
As more people look to try their luck, Saturday’s prize will continue to grow, according to Powerball officials.
The gargantuan prize has been increasing in size for approximately three months. Powerball has not awarded any ticketholders since an Aug. 3 drawing saw a Pennsylvanian win $206.9 million.
Ticketholders have a one in 292.2 million chance of winning the prize on Saturday.
The drawing will occur at 10:59 EST, though the last chance to play your cards and purchase a ticket is two hours before the drawing.
If a winner is awarded Saturday’s prize, it will be the sixth time the Powerball jackpot has been reached this year.
Jackpot winners may receive their prize as annuity, in 30 graduated payments over 29 years, or as a lump sum payment. The odds of winning are one in 24.9, and the odds of winning the jackpot are one in 292.2 million.