A NJ Lottery jackpot sign displayed in the front window of a Jackson store (Dan Alexander, Townsquare Media NJ)

Saturday's Powerball jackpot went unclaimed again — growing the jackpot to an estimated $1.3 billion for the next drawing on Wednesday.

Office pools with be organized again and lines will form for the chance at the jackpot, with a cash value of $806 million.

No ticket matching 5 numbers and the Powerball was purchased for Saturday's drawing, which had a final jackpot of $948 million, the biggest jackpot ever offered in the United States. The winning numbers drawn were: 16-19-32-34-57 with a Powerball of 13.

According to the Powerball website, nearly 792,000 tickets were sold in New Jersey for Saturday's drawing. Twenty-nine tickets matching 4 numbers and the Powerball were sold in New Jersey worth $50,000 each.

New Jersey Lottery spokeswoman Judy Drucker said for Saturday's drawing nearly 75 percent of the possible combinations were selected nationwide.

Several in-store New Jersey Lottery jackpot displays early Sunday morning were black for the Powerball jackpot, indicating that the signs may not be able to handle such a high jackpot.

The Powerball game, played in 44 states, has not had a winner since Nov. 4.

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