You didn't win. One Powerball winner, ticket sold in Florida

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It's back to work on Monday, and in your old car.

One ticket sold in Florida beat the long odds in the most gigantic of all gigantic Powerball jackpots, according to USA Today. Lottery officials put the winner's take at $590.5 million. The single winner was sold at a supermarket in Zephyrhills, Fla., according to the Florida Lottery. The winner was not immediately identified publicly hours after Saturday's drawing.

Saturday night's winning numbers were 10, 13, 14, 22 and 52, with a Powerball of 11.

The Pioneer Press reports that two lucky players in Minnesota won $1 million and 12 Minnesota players had tickets each worth $10,000, according to a release from the Minnesota State Lottery.

Local businesses earned about $1.3 million in commissions from selling the tickets.

KARE 11 reports that two $1 million tickets were also sold in Wisconsin and 12 other tickets sold in Wisconsin won at least $10,000, including a $40,000 winner.

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