It's the year's third biggest jackpot, trailing the $336.4 million won in Rhode Island in February, and the $241 million snagged in Iowa in June.
Four tickets - sold in New York, North Carolina, Michigan and Missouri - won $1 million, for matching the first five numbers Saturday. No one won $2 million, the windfall for matching those five while having the Power Play prize-boosting option.
In cash, Wednesday's jackpot will be worth an estimated $142.9 million.
Don't expect much competition from Mega Millions, the other major multistate lottery.
Tuesday's jackpot will be worth just $21 million for the annuity, $16 million for the cash, because no one matched Friday's numbers: 2, 10, 13, 38 and 46, with a Mega Ball of 2.
A Nebraska ticket won $1 million for matching the first five numbers while having the Megaplier multiplier option. Two Maryland tickets won $250,000 each for matching those five without the Megaplier.
Bensalem ticket wins $503,000. Thursday's Cash 5 jackpot was hit in Bucks County, when one ticket matched all five numbers: 8, 12, 34, 36 and 42. It was sold at a Sunoco A Plus Mini Mart on West Street Road in Bensalem.
$3.1 million won near Scranton. Thursday's Match 6 drawing was hit in Dickson City, Lackawanna County, when one ticket matched all six numbers: 13, 22, 23, 29, 33 and 39. The winner was purchased at a Turkey Hill on Main Street.
For more on lotteries, go to www.philly.com/philly/news/lottery, www.palottery.com and www.njlottery.net.
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