Aug. 13 (UPI) -- On Saturday night, another drawing came and went without a winning ticket. As a result, the lottery jackpot now stands at an estimated $430 million.
There hasn't been a Powerball winner since June 10. The next Powerball drawing will happen on Wednesday.
The weekend didn't go by without a lottery winner. On Friday, a ticket buyer in Illinois won the Mega Millions jackpot, an estimated $393 million -- the fifth largest jackpot in 15 years.
Prior to Friday's drawing, the two major multi-state lotteries had both gone several weeks without a winner. Lotto ticket sales almost always grow as jackpots increase.
"You see more people in line buying both tickets when both games are over $300 million," Jeff Lenard, spokesperson for the National Association of Convenience Stores, told CNN.
Roughly two-thirds of all lottery tickets are sold at convenient stores, but Friday's winning Mega Millions ticket was purchased at Nick's Barbecue, a restaurant in Palos Heights, Illinois, roughly 20 miles outside Chicago.
Despite millions of people buying tickets, both Powerball and Mega Millions can go without a winner for lengthy periods of time because the odds of winning are staggeringly low.
Friday's Mega Millions winner defied odds of 1 in 258.9 million. The odds of winning the Powerball jackpot are 1 in 292.2 million.