This week, lottery officials announced the winners of their biggest jackpot in history.
The jackpot for winners of $1,091 million is $4,719,919,871.
It is more than double the $250 million jackpotted in 2012, when the jackpot was $2,746,716,639.
But the winner of the jackpots this week is not the biggest jackpots.
The winning ticket has a face value of $3.3 million.
That is $9 million less than the total amount that was collected for the jackpottings in 2012.
The winners are not alone.
The total amount collected for all lottery winners was $1 billion, according to the lottery.
There were more than 40,000 winners in the lottery over the past two years.
The biggest jackpots are usually held for the largest prize of any kind, such as a $5 million or $10 million prize.
Some of the most popular jackpot games include Powerball, Powerball 20, and Super Bowl, which was the largest jackpot ever, according the Associated Press.
The last time a jackpot of this size was won was in 2008, when $2.4 billion was collected.
But even then, a record was set.
In 2000, a jacklot of $2 million was won in a Powerball drawing, and it was the first time the jacklot had been worth more than $5.5 million.
The winner is named for the U.S. military, the AP reported.
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