One California lottery player was one number shy of winning the historic $2.04 billion Powerball jackpot, California lottery officials announced Wednesday.

However, the second-place prize still made the Golden State resident a millionaire.

Ana Contreras claimed her $1,149,661 Powerball ticket recently. The lucky ticket was sold at Stues Dairy in Gardena, a news release said.

The lottery office didn’t reveal what Contreras plans to do with her winnings.

Edwin Castro was revealed to be the sole winner of the record-breaking Powerball jackpot in February.

Castro also didn’t reveal what he plans to do with his newfound riches, but he recently purchased a Hollywood Hills mansion for $25.5 million.

The ultra-expensive purchase only cost Castro less than 3% of his winnings.

The historic Powerball jackpot also led to a big payday for California schools. Ticket sales from the draw game generated $156 million for public schools statewide. The money will be used for supplemental funding.

This is the highest contribution generated from a single game drawing in lottery history; lottery officials told KTLA in November.

As of Wednesday afternoon, the Powerball jackpot stands at $31 million and Californians who are feeling lucky can play the draw games on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Saturdays.