3 Tickets in SoCal Match 5 of 6 Numbers as Powerball Jackpot Grows to $1.3 Billion

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While there were no grand prize winners in Saturday's night record Powerball draw, three lucky people bought tickets in Southern California that ended up being worth nearly $800,000 apiece, according to the California Lottery.

This January 10, 2016 photo illustration taken in Washington, DC, shows Powerball lottery tickets in front of the splash screen for the powerball.com website. (Credit: KAREN BLEIER/AFP/Getty Images)

This January 10, 2016 photo illustration taken in Washington, DC, shows Powerball lottery tickets in front of the splash screen for the powerball.com website. (Credit: KAREN BLEIER/AFP/Getty Images)

Those tickets matched five out of six numbers in the latest game, missing only the Powerball number 13, state lottery officials said in a news release. The winning numbers were 16-19-32-34-57.

In all, six tickets matching five numbers were sold in the state; two were bought in San Bernardino County, and one was purchased in Orange County.

According to the California Lottery, the stores were: Hassan No. 38, at 32842 Pacific Coast Highway Drive in Dana Point; Primm Valley Lotto, at Interstate 15 and Stateline Nevada in Nipton; and Stateline Service, at 65845 Cima Road in Mountain Pass.

The already historic $950 million Powerball jackpot climbed to a new record high of $1.3 billion after no one matched all six numbers to claim Saturday's grand prize. The new total crushes both the lottery record of $656 million and the Powerball record of $590.5 million.

Sales throughout the U.S. were "off the charts" for the latest Powerball draw, the release stated. The jackpot grew an estimated $150 million between Friday and Saturday evening due to a "tremendous spike" in purchases.

In California, players bought a whopping $59.1 million worth of tickets on Saturday by the time sales stopped at 7 p.m.

The previous day, players scooped up $37 million in Powerball tickets, state lottery officials said.

The next drawing of the multi-state game will take place Wednesday at 7:59 p.m. PT.

At its current estimate of $1.3 billion, the grand prize has a cash value of $806 million, according to Powerball.com, a Multi-State Lottery Association website.

Players have roughly 1 in 292 million odds of hitting all five numbers plus the Powerball number to win the substantial jackpot, statistics on the game's website showed.

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