Powerball, which held the record for the largest USA lottery prize of £1.213 billion ($1.586 bn) in 2016, will hold a separate draw on Saturday. The second-largest jackpot was a $1.586 billion Powerball drawing on January 13, 2016.
Friday morning, the jackpot rose to $1 billion, with an estimated cash payout of more than $565 million.
The next drawing will be Tuesday. United Kingdom players can win a separate prize by betting on the numbers. If there is a victor, they will get the 13th largest payout in history.
There was no victor in Saturday night's Powerball $430 million drawing, just as there was no victor in Friday night's Mega Millions drawing.
At some point someone is going to win the lottery, aren't they? The second-largest jackpot was a $1.586 billion Powerball drawing on January 13, 2016.
Tickets are $2 at any place that sells N.C. lottery tickets.
If someone picks the winning six numbers, they can either claim the jackpot in 30 payments over 30 years - the so-called annuity option - or take a reduced amount in a lump sum.
You must match all five numbers plus the Mega number to win the grand prize.
In Florida and Tennessee, two people won $2 million, while seven others took home $1 million in seven other states including Indiana.
The prize pot has reached new heights after no player got all of the numbers of 15, 23, 53, 65, 70 and the Mega Ball 7 during Friday night's draw.
While nobody won Saturday night's jackpot, there are a few lucky winners who matched all numbers except the Powerball.
When lottery officials changed the Mega Millions rules in October 2017 to shrink the odds of winning and increase ticket prices to $2 from $1, then-Mega Millions president Debbie Alford said the innovations would deliver "attention-grabbing jackpots" and generate increased revenues.