The prize pool for Friday's drawing is the second-largest in Super Millions history and the fourth-largest lottery prize ever.

The highest Powerball jackpot in history was won in November on a single winning ticket purchased in the Los Angeles metro area.

The winning numbers are 14, a Super Bundle of 14, 30, 43, 45, 46, and 61.

A single jackpot winner would have the option of choosing to receive a one-time cash payout of an estimated $724.6 million before obligations.

The one-time payment would come to around $446 million after government fees and before state burdens.

It would come in 29 instalments each year.

According to the lottery asset website USA Mega, each year instalment would amount to an average of $45 million.

According to Super Millions, no lottery winner has emerged in nearly three months, boosting excitement for Friday's drawing.

Since the large prize in the Uber Millions game was continuously won in October, there have been 25 drawings.