Someone's wildest dreams could come true with Wednesday's $550 million Powerball drawing.
But before then, the store was packed with Powerball hopefuls trying to win that massive cash prize.
"It's like a craze. I've never seen so many people buying PowerBall tickets ever.
Whether they're buying one ticket or five, the only number on these people's minds is $550 million.
"I'm very excited. I probably won't win the $500 million, but it's just exciting to play," said Cedric Bradley.
Since early Wednesday morning, the Circle K on Fulton held a steady stream of customers buying up last minute Powerball tickets.
"Pretty much every customer is buying a Powerball ticket. They're dropping 20's here and there on them. I mean, it's been insane," Madonna McGrew, an employee at Circle K.
They have plenty of ideas on how to spend the more than half a billion dollar prize.
"I'm just going to go crazy and blow it all. New house, new car, new everything," said one Powerball player.
"Help people, the elderly," said another.
"Let me win it first and then I'll decide. I've got a good accountant though," said Howard Griese.
The lottery says tickets were selling Wednesday at a rate of 160 thousand a minute nationwide.
Experts say there's a 75 percent chance someone will win.
Who knows, maybe the winning ticket is in your hand.
Right now, tens of millions of players across the country are checking their tickets to see if they've won.
Experts say the chances of winning are about 1 in 175 million.
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