For the first time in history, this week's Mega Millions and Powerball jackpots are worth over $400 million each.
The lottery stars aligned when Mega Millions' Tuesday night drawing for a $361 million jackpot failed to produce a winner.
The Friday night drawing will be for an estimated $418 million, according to the Mega Millions website.
Meanwhile, the Powerball drawing for Wednesday night is currently estimated at $440 million, the winner could also opt for a one time cash payout of $278.3 million.
Americans spent over $80 billion dollars on lottery tickets in 2016, more than they spent movies, video games, music, sports tickets and books -- combined.
Experts say the jackpots have gotten so high because in