All across Massachusetts, people have been flocking to lottery retailers to purchase tickets for some of the largest jackpots in history.
"I got a few," said Paul Sprague.
With $1.6 billion at stake in Tuesday's Mega Millions drawing, a world record has been set for lottery jackpots.
Additionally, the Powerball jackpot for Wednesday's drawing is $620 million. That is the third largest Powerball jackpot in history.
"I'd definitely like to buy a house, buy a brand new car," said Mark Jordan. "And then I think the rest of it, I would invest."
How about a vacation?
"Anywhere but here," Sprague said. "Travel the world, you know. See you later, everybody."
Sprague said he bought a few lottery tickets as he wore a good-luck four leaf clover T-shirt.
Rita Efthiliadias of Brockton said she would donate the money to charity, and leave some for her family.
"I would put $5,000 aside for my grandkids, and that's it," she said.
Tickets for Tuesday's Mega Millions drawing can be bought until 10:45 p.m. at any Massachusetts Lottery retailer.
Powerball tickets can be bought until 9:50 p.m. Wednesday.