The winning numbers drawn Saturday night for the largest multistate Powerball jackpot are: 22, 10, 13, 14, 52, and the Powerball number is 11.
No players matched all five numbers and the Powerball on Wednesday, allowing the jackpot to roll over to the next drawing.
Ticket sales have soared since Wednesday night's drawing, pushing the jackpot to $600 million on Friday, with a cash value of $376.9 million, according to the Multi-State Lottery Association.
The largest lottery jackpot in U.S. history was $656 million in the Mega Millions game in March 2012. That was split by three tickets sold in Illinois, Kansas and Maryland.
"If I sell $200 a day now, it's about $500 a day because of the big amount," said Dimple Patel, who works at a BP gas station in Jacksonville.
Patel said when people see the jackpot number rise, he sees a rise in business.
"Sometimes they're coming in for lotto or Powerball, they buy soda, water, something. So everything adds up," he said.
Lottery officials expect to see more jackpots of this size thanks in part to a game redesign in January 2012. It increased the odds of winning some kind of prize, but lowered the possible number combinations to win the jackpot.
On Wednesday, people in 16 states won $1 million prizes, and people in two states won $2 million prizes.
Another change to the lottery is something called "cross-selling." States are able to sell both Powerball and Mega Millions tickets. Florida just started doing that on Wednesday and will be part of its first Mega Millions drawing Friday night. That jackpot sits at $190 million.
Nae Robinson, who plays Powerball, said if she won, she would continue to work.
"I probably would take care of my kids, my mom, my family, help them out a little and then put the rest up for investment," she said.
More than half of the all-time jackpot records have been reached in the last three years.