No Jackpot Winner in Nearly $400 Million Powerball Drawing

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The Powerball jackpot hit $390 million, the ninth largest in the game's history, ahead of Saturday night's drawing, according to California Lottery officials.

Saturday's jackpot had steadily grown since May 7, when a single ticket in New Jersey matched all six numbers to win the $284.1 million prize, a state Lottery news release said.

At an estimated $390 million, it is also the second biggest Powerball prize of 2016.

The winning Powerball numbers were 5, 7, 23, 35, 39 and the power number of 11. There was no ticket that matched all the numbers.

The largest drawing of the year took place in January, when three winning tickets split an approximately $1.6 billion prize. That jackpot was the largest in U.S. lottery history.

Among the winners were Marvin and Mae Acosta, who came forward this week to claim their $528.8 million share of the record-setting prize. The couple bought their lucky ticket at a 7-Eleven store in Chino Hills and ultimately elected to take the lump sum option, lottery officials said.

The other winners of the Jan. 13 draw were in Tennessee and Florida.

If a single ticket matches all five numbers plus the Powerball in the latest game Saturday, the winner could elect to take the $390 million prize over 30 years, or receive it in a lump sum amount of approximately $270.5 million, according to the California Lottery release.