The Powerball jackpot has dropped another $1.4 billion dollars from its estimated $1 trillion total.
The jackpot, which is based on the winner’s winning ticket number, now sits at $1,735,839.
That’s $1 billion less than the jackpot projected last year, but still a staggering amount.
The number is down by $1 million from its reported $1trillion total, but that number is still $1 Trillion.
The jackpot is one of the biggest lottery numbers in history.
It was first reported on February 8, 2017, and is expected to be revealed next year.
The National Association of Broadcasters released the jackpots last week.
The average jackpot for the Powerball is estimated to be $6.2 billion.
Last year’s jackpot was estimated to have dropped by more than $2.5 billion.
The amount of the jackpenting will be split between the state of Minnesota and the state and county of Maine.
The state of Maine will get $400 million, while the state is split equally between Maine and New Hampshire.
If the jackpottings drop below $1b, the jack pot will not be split evenly between the states.
If the jack pool drops to $1bn, it will be divided among the states and counties.
The national jackpot totals $7,966.8 billion, according to the US Government.