Because the $1.05 billion jackpot was sold in Michigan, the state will receive a hefty chunk of tax revenue.
The second-prize ticket was bought in Burlington County.
One Powerball second-prize winner was purchased in Passaic County, the other in Sussex County. There were also three $50,000 tickets sold.
The relatively modest Jersey jackpot resulted from a reset following a $731 million Powerball winner in Maryland last Wednesday.
An extraordinary number of players appear to have won big Saturday night.
Locals say they're thrilled for the winner and hope they use the money to support the city and nearby communities.
The Kroger store that sold the ticket will receive a $50,000 bonus commission from the state lottery.
The local ticket was bought at the 7-Eleven store in on Route 88 in Brick Township. The winner matched all of the five white balls, according to lottery officials.