New Jersey didn't sell the winning Powerball jackpot ticket this time but there were still a number of big winners from Saturday's drawing.

Filling out a Powerball card (Mario Tama/Getty Images)

Three tickets worth $1 million each were sold in New Jersey on Saturday night at Shop Rite in Galloway in Atlantic County, Johnny’s Liquors in Passaic and Deli Five Stars in Jersey City, Hudson County according to the Lottery's Facebook page. No winners have come forward.

Saturday night’s winning numbers were: 10,13, 14, 22, 52 and the Powerball 11.The jackpot had an annuity value of $590 million with a cash value of $376 million.

One winning Powerball ticket was sold in Zephyrhills, Florida where the winner will have up to two months to claim the estimated $590.5 million jackpot.

Under Florida law, lottery winners in the state cannot remain anonymous; their names and city of residence must be made publicly available to anyone who asks, according to the state's lottery website. No one had come forward as of Monday morning.

Mega Millions Jackpot Sold In Tinton Falls

One of two winning Mega Millions tickets worth $95 million each from the game's Friday night drawing was sold at the Kwik Mart  in Tinton Falls.

Three players won the second prize of $250,000. The winning tickets were sold at 7-Eleven in Trenton, Mercer County, East Coast Fuel in Elizabeth, Union County and Country Farm Food Store in Ponoma, Atlantic County.