Their hope is to win the $207-million jackpot.
Since 2002, 13 winning Mega Millions tickets have been sold in New Jersey, including the record $390-million jackpot in 2007.
Can it happen again?
"I would take care of my family. Everybody would have anything they want, but I just got laid off a year ago, so it would really help me out and I would donate; I would find a lot of things to do with it," Daniella Freas said.
"[I would] retire, I'm 72, I'd like to just finally quit, but the stock market is taking me down, so I'm hoping this might be it," John Dlugosz said.
$207-million would go a long way toward propping up those 401 Ks.
Of course, if you take the cash option, the reward is $141-million, which is still not too shabby.