Holiday shoppers may be after a new item tonight... a Powerball ticket!
The $325M drawing is the fourth largest jackpot in Powerball history.
"You got to buy the tickets because if you don't buy the tickets you don't really believe you can win and it's happening to everybody else, so why not you?" asked Veronica Bradford, a Mike's Steakhouse regular.
Bradford has won the lottery two times at Mike's Steakhouse on South Broadway. Her relatively small wins keep her coming back for more.
Manager Jenny Yanes says she had no idea she would be this busy---but she's happy for the business.
"I think just about every customer has purchased a Powerball ticket," she says smiling.
And a plate full of chicken-fried steak to go the numbers.
Jenny says she normally sells about 150 Powerball tickets during her Saturday shift. But by early evening, she lost count at more than 700 tickets sold.
But not everyone is sold on the game. Some staffers who are surrounded by the games every day, aren't easily tempted.
"Well, what about today? $325 million dollars?" asked Eyewitness News Reporter Sia Nyorkor
"That's a lot of money," replies Jenni White, a cashier.
"Could today be the day you play for the first time?" asks Nyorkor.
"Maybe, you got me thinking about it," replies White laughing.
Another customer says she definitely won't play.
"I just think it's a waste of money and if you think about the multitude of people that buy tickets, there's only one winner or two or three. All of the rest of them are just donating," says Bobbie Hampton, a Wichita resident.
And there will be plenty of "donations" coming through Mike's.
Just a few months ago, the Kansas lottery recognized Mike's for being one of the top lotto sellers in the state.
Check winning numbers here.