The odds in picking the six correct numbers, is about 1 in 175 million. But still people are coming in to test their luck. If a winner isn't chosen tonight officials say there is a possibility the jackpot could go up.
Gas station owner Wendy Farooqi says, it's amazing what this sort of money does to people.
"A lot more people buying Powerball and a lot more customers talking to each other you know about how high the power ball is and definitely a lot more traffic buying Powerball these few days." says Wendy
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