The numbers for Wednesday's Lotto have been drawn, but no one took home the massive $43 million Powerball jackpot that was up for grabs.
The prize rolled over to a staggering $50 million, which means it has to be won this Saturday.
Tonight's numbers were 16, 10, 25, 32, 29 and 34. The bonus ball was 40 and the Powerball was 4.
Although no one took out the top prize, there were still some winners throughout the country.
A lucky player from Napier won $1 million with Lotto First Division and the winning ticket was sold at Napier City Pak'nSave.
Strike Four was also won by a player from Leeston, who took home $400,000. The winning Strike ticket was sold at Fresh Choice Leeston.
The largest-ever Powerball prize of $44.1 million was taken home by a young Hibiscus Coast couple in November 2016. Recently the jackpots have been shared between multiple winners.
Ahead of last week's draw, Lotto's head of communications Marie Winfield said the prize money will likely help more than just the person who wins it.
"Winning Powerball has a huge ripple effect - so many people benefit from that one little yellow ticket, the win is felt right throughout their communities."
Winfield says after people pay off their mortgages or buy property, the next most common theme is helping out friends and family or donating to charity.