Now to something slightly lester phiing. High hopes for tonight's powerball drawing. Jackpot at $320 million and gio benitez is out buying tickets this morning. Good morning to you, sir. Reporter:... See More
Now to something slightly lester phiing. High hopes for tonight's powerball drawing. Jackpot at $320 million and gio benitez is out buying tickets this morning. Good morning to you, sir. Reporter: Good morning, dan. It is exciting. You said it. Here you see it, $320 million and that jackpot could grow before tonight's drawing. This morning, with so many people rushing to buy a powerball tick, winning the jackpot may seem like an impossible dream. This is a lucky ticket. Reporter: Or is it? You might have a better shot than nailing the perfect march madness brack, a 1 in 9.2 quin tilli oc tillin chance. Better than march madness. If you're willing to settle for the paltry sum of a million dollars, it's just 1 in 5 million. Would you be happy just taking the million? Yes, I will. Reporter: Just here in new york, look at how many people became instant millionaires with that kind of money, seven just in the past three months. Across the country, powerball paid out $2.4 billion in 2012. And not all of it is squandered on sports car and mansions. God blessed us with this. And for some reason he put it in our hands. I think to make sure that it goes to the right things. Reporter: Like the hills would just last month pledged to use part of their 136 million in winnings to pay for a new fire station, ball field and more in r hometown of camden, missouri. We're going going to reap the benefits of their good fortune. Reporter: What would you do with the money? I would definitely donate to organizations, several of them. Reporter: So you would be one of the people -- I would be one of the people doing something good. Reporter: And so there are a lot of people wanting to do something good but a lot of people are also quite hopeful but you know what, I think this is the winning ticket right here and, bianna, it's all ours. Yeah, the two of us. I'm your favorite here, right, gio? Reporter: So let's see. Good luck to you. Okay.
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