There were no jackpot winners in the June 8 Powerball jackpot drawing. Although over 640,000 non-jackpot prizes were given away on Saturday night, no one had the ticket that matched all six numbers drawn — 8 10 29 40 59 and the Powerball, 26.

With no jackpot winner in weeks, the jackpot is on the rise. According to the official Powerball site, there is $155 million up for grabs in the next drawing that's scheduled for Wednesday, July 12. If you've already checked your ticket and realized it's not the big winner, don't throw it away. Check to make sure you didn't win a non-jackpot prize that ranges from $4 to $1.

See, there's still a chance you could be the lottery's newest millionaire!

Non-jackpot prize combinations

Powerball officials report that one lucky ticket holder in Virginia won $1 million by matching all five white balls. Here are the combinations that determine how much you will win if you make a match.

If your ticket matches all five white balls, you will win $1,000,000. There are two ways to win a $100 prize — match 4 white balls or match 3 white balls and the red Powerball.

You will pocket $7 by matching all three whites or two whites and the red ball. The lowest prize, $4, is given out to ticket holders who match one white ball and the red Powerball.

Where to play Powerball

Powerball tickets cost $2 each and are sold at lottery retailers across the nation.

If you add the Powerplay feature for an extra $1, you have the chance to multiply any non-jackpot prizes up to five times their value.

Currently, the popular lottery game can be played in 44 states; Washington, D.C.; Puerto Rico; and the U.S. Virgin Islands. Tickets can be purchased up to an hour before the 10:59 p.m. ET drawings that are held on Wednesday and Saturday nights.

Biggest Powerball jackpots

While $155 million is a whole 'lotta money, it's not the biggest jackpot in the history of the popular lottery game.

Three winning tickets were sold in the January 2016 $1.6 billion jackpot — the biggest in lottery history. And it didn't matter that three people had to share the money — even after taxes, the payout was huge.

Prior to the $1.6 billion jackpot, CNN money reports that the other whopper of a jackpot was $590.5 million Powerball prize won by a Florida woman in May 2013. In November 2012, two people shared a $587.50 million jackpot, and in February 2015, three people split $564 million.

Although the odds of winning are 1 in 292 million, never say never. If you do win the upcoming $155 million jackpot, it would be an amazing return on a $2 investment.