This week's sales frenzy pushed the annuity jackpot to $337 million, hiked twice from the original $302 million announced after Saturday's drawing.
The cash payout of $223.7 million was the game's biggest ever.
A Nebraska ticket won $2 million for matching the first five numbers while having the Power Play prize-boosting option.
Besides the Pennsylvania and New Jersey tickets, six other tickets won $1 million. Two were sold in Indiana, one each in Virginia, Kentucky, Kansas and New Mexico.
Four numbers plus the Powerball pays a lot less: $10,000, $40,000 with the Power Play.
The jackpot for Saturday's drawing rebooted to $40 million for the annuity, $26.7 million cash.
Friday's Mega Millions drawing is worth $45 million for the annuity, $34 million for the cash, because no one hit all of Tuesday's numbers: 15, 23, 34, 39 and 55, with a Mega Ball of 32.
If not for the Michigan winner, the Powerball jackpot was a sure bet to break the game's record annuity top prize of $365 million, hit by eight Nebraska food-plant workers 2006.
Perhaps it could even have gone on to challenge the all-time jackpot records set by Mega Million on March 30: $656 million for the annuity, $471 million for the cash. (For a list of the 12 biggest U.S. jackpots ever, go to http://bit.ly/RjwZ0C.)
The previous drawing, the Mega Millions jackpot was $356 million, and soared insanely, skyrocketed another $300 million in just three days.
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