A player in Manchester, Tennessee, will win $1.2 million after Saturday night's Powerball drawing.
The player is one of five Tennessee Powerball players who matched all five white balls correctly; on top of the usual $200,000 prize, these players win an additional $467,142 Bonus Prize created with the record-breaking jackpot amount.
The Manchester player, however, also chose the Power Play option which means the prize will be increased by the Bonus Prize and the multiplier of four for a grand total of $1,267,142.
The other second-tier tickets were purchased in Christiana, Jackson, Oliver Springs and Winchester.
No additional information is available about the winners until they claim their prize.
Saturday night a player in Nebraska won the record-breaking Powerball jackpot. In addition to the five second-tier prize winners, Tennessee had another 188,972 winners who purchased tickets from retailers throughout the state. By selecting the Power Play option, 29,942 players multiplied their winnings by four.