Wednesday's $34 million Powerball draw will be one of the biggest in New Zealand history.
To put it in perspective, if you won the $34 million and cashed it out in $2 coins, those coins would weigh 17,000kg.
If you then stacked those $2 coins on top of each other, being very careful not to topple them, it would reach nearly 46km into the air, or 140 Auckland Sky Towers high.
Lining up the coins end-to-end, you could reach from Whangarei to just south of Taupo along State Highway 1, or 450km.
If you went instead with $5 notes, you could cover five-and-a-half rugby fields with the money.
No matter what you do with the money, if one player is lucky enough to win the jackpot on Wednesday, he or she will be taking home the second biggest prize ever won in New Zealand.
The last time Powerball was more than $30 million was in June, when it rolled over to a $40 million Must Be Won Draw in early July.
That jackpot was shared between three winners, who each took home $13.3 million.
If you're looking for a share of Wednesday's historic jackpot, Lotto has compiled a list of the luckiest regions around the country from 2016.
Nineteen first-division winning tickets were sold in Manukau in south Auckland, 15 in Christchurch and 12 in the Auckland CBD area.
Top prize winners are not just limited to the major centres, with Southland coming in fifth, equal with Lower Hutt, and the Manawatu region in the lower North Island placing seventh alongside Tauranga, the Waikato and Dunedin.
In addition, one of the biggest wins this year - at more than $22 million - came from Ashburton, which has only had two first-division winners this year so far.
So, if you're looking to become New Zealand's next multi-millionaire, perhaps a trip to one of these top centres might be in need before the next Powerball draw.