(WTAJ) — The biggest jackpot in Powerball history is going to get bigger after no one was able to claim the massive $1.6 billion Powerball Saturday night, but there are a few big winners sold in Pennsylvania.

According to the Pennsylvania State Lottery, two tickets sold matched four of the numbers and the actual Powerball number to win $1,000,000. Those tickets were sold in Bucks County and Allegheny County.

Another seven players in Pennsylvania matched four of the numbers and the Powerball to win $50,000. Eight players matched the same with Power Play for another $150,000.

Saturday’s winning Powerball numbers were:

Winning Numbers: 28 45 53 56 69

Power Play: 3

No jackpot tickets were sold this time around, meaning the next Powerball drawing on Monday, Nov. 7, will be worth an estimated $1.9 billion, the largest pot in Powerball history.

The retailers who sold the $150,000 Powerball® with Power Play® winning tickets each earned a $500 bonus. They are:

  • Wawa, 1600 Egypt Road, Oaks, Montgomery County;
  • H Smoke Shop, 51 East Cheltenham Avenue, Cheltenham, Montgomery County;
  • Short Stop Mart, 411 West Third St., Nescopeck, Columbia County;
  • Sheetz, 700 Chestnut Avenue, Altoona, Blair County;
  • Sheetz, 405 East 25th Avenue, Altoona, Blair County;
  • 7-Eleven, 4775 McKnight Road, Pittsburgh, Allegheny County;
  • 7-Eleven, 1710 Washington Road, Pittsburgh, Allegheny County; and
  • Speedway, 4380 Old William Penn Highway, Monroeville, Allegheny County.

Although the advertised top prize Monday will be an estimated $1.9 billion, that is for winners who receive their winnings through an annuity paid over 29 years. Winners almost always opt for cash, which for Monday night’s drawing will be over an estimated $800 million.

No one has hit all six numbers since Aug. 3, meaning there have now been 40 consecutive draws without a jackpot winner — a testament to how slim the odds are of winning the jackpot: 1 in 292.2 million.

To see how many winners there are from Saturday’s drawing, all worth between $100 to $4, you can click here.

The Associated Press contributed to this story.