You still have a chance to become a Mega Million billionaire.

No one matched all six numbers (7, 13, 14, 15, 18 and Mega Ball 9) on Tuesday night to win the $1.1 billion jackpot, which means the jackpot will keep growing.

When the numbers are drawn again on Friday night, the jackpot will be worth about $1.35 billion, the second-highest jackpot in the game’s history, according to the Mega Millions website. The jackpot has been increasing since October 14.

Tuesday’s $1.1 billion was the third-highest amount for a Mega Millions jackpot, surpassed only by the $1.5 billion won in October 2018 and $1.3 billion in July 2022.

The largest lottery jackpot ever paid out in the US was the result of a Powerball drawing in November with a cash value of $2.04 billion.

The winner would have been told to choose between accepting 30 annuity payments worth $1.1 billion in jackpot cash or receiving an immediate payout of $576.8 million. Those numbers will grow before Friday’s drawing.

According to personal finance platform and tax advice kiplingerthe latter «lump sum» option comes with 24% automatically withheld by the US Internal Revenue Service, with a higher portion possibly due in taxes at the end of the year depending on the winner’s filing status and claims.

Under that «lump sum» option, the most money a winner could see from the jackpot was very close to a third of the $1.1 billion, $363.4 million, the publication said. That number is likely to grow slightly on Friday.