If you're feeling lucky, you might want to buy a Mega Millions lottery ticket before Tuesday's 11 p.m. drawing.
The jackpot is at least $363 million, the third largest jackpot in Mega Millions history.
Since early in the day, many people were feeling lucky and decided to buy their Mega Millions ticket.
Just ask the clerk at Jay-Birdz News Stand in East Stroudsburg.
"When it's high like this, everybody's got to get their hands in the pot," said Dana Morris, a clerk at Jay-Birdz News Stand.
"I was checking my lotto tickets and decided to get some more since nobody won," said Ericka Singh of Bushkill.
"I have a very limited budget and that's how I want to extend it so I buy tickets," said Melba Roberson of East Stroudsburg
With the Mega Millions jackpot at $363 million, a few of our hopeful winners shared with us their plans.
"I would burn my house down and buy a new one," said Singh.
"I'm just seeing if I can win Mega Millions, and move outta here, and move some place warm," said Marlene Cinquemani of Marshalls Creek.
"We are going to share the wealth. It's not only for me, it's for others, and I mean others," said Roberson.
"If I win, I'm going to build our dream house," said Morris.
"It does, it takes a dollar and a dream," said Cinquemani.