Some lucky person in Washington state bought the winning $754.6 million Powerball jackpot in Auburn at the Fred Meyer on Feb. 5, the Washington State lottery announced Tuesday morning.
The winning ticket represents the fifth largest payout in the game’s history. As of Tuesday afternoon, Feb. 7, the winner had not yet come forward to claim the prize.
The jackpot had swelled to $747 million before Monday night’s drawing, but final ticket sales fattened it to an estimated $754.6 million.
This is the second winning Powerball ticket sold in Washington state. In 2014, a woman won the $90 million jackpot after buying the winning ticket in Auburn.
There have also been five million-dollar winners in Michigan and New York, and a $2 million winner in Texas.
Winning players have 180 days from the drawing date to claim their prize. By law, the prizes that aren’t claimed are placed into a reserve account.