The Mega Millions jackpot continues to climb after no big winners came forward after Friday night's drawing.
If won, the $493 million prize would be the fifth-largest jackpot in the history of the game.
Florida joined the Mega Millions game in 2013 and ticket sales have generated more than $348 million for education, with $606 million in prizes awarded to players, according to state officials.
The jackpot, which was sitting at $433 million, has now jumped to almost a half-billion dollars.
The last jackpot was won on May 4 in OH and the victor collected $142 million.
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While no one won the big prize, the lottery announced two tickets - in IL and Pennsylvania - won $1 million each.
The estimated Super Kansas Cash jackpot for Saturday is $1.78 million. A 20-year-old Florida man won $451 million in January. The biggest Mega Millions payout of all time was $656 million, won by three tickets, in March 2012.
Friday night's drawing will take place at 11 pm ET.
The odds to match all six numbers: 1 in 302,575,350, which is tougher than hitting the Powerball, where odds are 1 in 292,201,338.
Mega Millions is available in 44 states, plus the District of Columbia and the U.S. Virgin Islands.