It's the largest Powerball jackpot ever and it could all be yours. The extremely enticing prize is now at a staggering $600 million.
The jackpot marks the second-largest lottery jackpot in U.S. history, after no one matched the winning numbers in Wednesday night's draw.
So what would you do with all that money?
"I would go buy me a house way out in the country, get a dog live in the mountains with me and my woman," LeRoy Hill from Highland Park.
The two dollar tickets are selling fast everywhere including at the BP on Nine mile and Hilton.
"It's been busy, we were really bust yesterday. We sold over 400 tickets just on our shift," said BP clerk Elyse Sanders. "I would go on a prema vacation and never come back," said Sanders if she wins it all.
Over at Donut Cutter in Royal Oak, donuts are not the only dough on customers' minds.
"I'm tired of the struggle here in Detroit and I am ready to get rich," said Tim Danks.
The odds of winning are not good. You have a better chance of being struck by lightning than winning the lottery. But that's not stopping people from trying their luck.
"My uncle won a million dollars about 15 years ago, so I wonder if that lessens my odds," said Timothy Huotari of Hazel Park.
If you still want a ticket, it is not too late; you have until 10 p.m. tonight. Tune into Local 4 at 11 p.m. for the numbers as they are drawn live.
Good luck players!