Powerball has minted a new millionaire in New Jersey.
One ticket sold in the state won a $1 million prize by matching all five white balls in Wednesday's drawing: 2, 30, 33, 39 and 44.
No one, however, matched those five numbers and the Powerball of 1 to hit the $50 million jackpot.
The prize-winning New Jersey ticket was sold at the ShopRite at 2909 Washington Road in Parlin, Middlesex County, New Jersey Lottery officials said.
The jackpot for Saturday's Powerball drawing now rolls over to an estimated $60 million for the annuity, or $40.1 million in cash.
It's the second recent Powerball drawing that was lucky for a New Jersey resident: In the March 25 drawing, a ticket sold in Bergen County matched all five white balls (7, 19, 23, 50 and 54) and the Powerball (14) to hit the $40 million jackpot.
That ticket was sold at Rocklins Stationers at 458 Cedar Lane in Teaneck.