(NEXSTAR) – The Mega Millions jackpot has officially entered billion-dollar territory after yet another drawing with no grand-prize winners.

No ticketholders managed to match all six winning numbers — 3, 20, 46, 59, 63 and Mega Ball 13 — meaning the $940 million jackpot from Friday, Jan. 6 has now grown to $1.1 billion ahead of the drawing on Tuesday, Jan. 10.

Tuesday’s jackpot is now the third-largest of all time, behind only the $1.537-billion jackpot from Oct. 2018 and the $1.337-billion prize awarded in July 2022.

“Mega Millions has just reached the $1 billion mark again,” said Pat McDonald, the director of the Ohio Lottery and lead director of the Mega Millions Consortium, in a press release issued Saturday morning. “It’s especially nice to see the jackpot grow throughout the holidays and into the new year.”

The Mega Millions hasn’t awarded a jackpot since October 2022, when two ticketholders in California and Florida matched all six numbers to share a $502-million prize. There have, however, been 52 winners of the second-tier prize, valued at $1 million or more. Friday’s drawing alone produced five million-dollar winners, including two in New York, one in Florida, one in Maryland and one in New Jersey, according to Mega Millions.