There are no new billionaires in Pennsylvania or New Jersey after Wednesday's record-setting Powerball drawing.

But there are five new millionaires -- including winners from Chester and Burlington counties -- in the two states, lottery players who fell just one number short of hitting the $1.6 billion jackpot, the largest lottery prize in history.

The record jackpot will be split by tickets sold in California, Florida and Tennessee. The prize surpassed a $656 Mega Millions win from March 2012 as the largest jackpot ever.

Three tickets sold in Pennsylvania and two in New Jersey matched all five white balls drawn (4, 8, 19, 27 and 34) but missed the Powerball of 10.

One of the New Jersey tickets was purchased with the power play option, boosting its value to $2 million. That ticket was sold at the Wawa at 76 Springside Road in Westampton, Burlington County, New Jersey lottery officials said.

The other four tickets are worth $1 million each.

The $1 million winners in Pennsylania were sold in Chester, Lancaster and Northampton counties, Pennsylvania Lottery officials said.

Those tickets were purchased at Landhope Farms at 101 E. Street Road in Kennett Square, Turkey Hill at 5 W. Clay St. in Lancaster and Top Star Express at 216 Nazareth Pike in Bethlehem.

New Jersey's $1 million winner was sold at the 7-Eleven at 171 Buckelew Ave. in Jamesburg, Middlesex County.

Ticket sellers across the two states reported brisk sales Wednesday as players took their chances at fortune, despite long lines and long odds.

Dozens of Pennsylvania and New Jersey players also won $50,000 or $100,000 in Wednesday's drawing.

Six tickets bought in Pennsylvania and three in New Jersey won $100,000 by matching four white balls and the Powerball, and buying the ticket with the power play option.

Two of the $100,000 winners were sold in Delaware County and another was purchased in Montgomery County, according to the Pennsylvania Lottery.

Those tickets were bought at Terris Auto Tags at 822 E. Baltimore Ave. in Lansdowne, the Wawa at 3 N. MacDade Blvd. in Glenolden and the Sunoco at 300 N. Easton Road in Horsham.

The other Pennsylvania $100,000 tickets were sold in Allegheny, Northampton and Westmoreland counties. The $100,000 winners from New Jersey were sold in Atlantic, Bergen and Ocean counties.

Another 25 tickets in Pennsylvania and 43 in New Jersey are worth $50,000 for hitting that same combination, but without the power play.

Powerball's jackpot had been rising for more than two months. It had been last hit in the Nov. 4 drawing.

The odds of winning the jackpot are one in 292 million.

The game's top prize now resets to $40 million for Saturday's drawing, or $24.8 million for the cash option.