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Lotto MAX Jackpot Snatched Once again, Lotto 6/49 Gives Away almost Everything

Lottery enthusiasts of near and far had the chance to experience another riveting week filled with grand prizes and jackpots. Lotto MAX is the lottery offering that made this possible, as Friday brought its most recent draw with a Main prize of CA$50 million. A fortunate ticket sold in Vaughan managed to match all numbers drawn during the regular draw for a grand prize making its way once again.

The past couple of weeks have been special for lottery fans across the Canadian provinces. The popular lottery offering managed to reach its cap amounting to CA$70 million and once this point was reached, the Maxmillions prizes began increasing in number. A lucky player of Brampton Ontario bagged the grand prize.

Lotto MAX Winners Galore

Adlin Lewis, a 49-year-old lottery enthusiast received his prize in a timely manner after the draw. The following Lotto MAX draw came with a grand prize once again, as a record number of individuals have been purchasing the special and affordable tickets for participation. This is how the next draw came with a Main prize amounting to CA$50 million – once again a substantial sum.

Players were drawn to participating in this draw, especially those who could not purchase a Lotto MAX in time for the previous one. They had another chance at winning big on January 17, coming with a jackpot of CA$50 million. One ticket succeeded in matching all numbers drawn and needed for the Main prize collection. As Ontario Lottery and Gaming Corporation revealed soon after the draw, a winning ticket has been sold in the Vaughan region.

Canada’s latest lottery millionaire might be a resident of Vaughan or live somewhere in the vicinity. Whoever is in possession of the winning ticket has a total of 52 weeks to claim their prize. All they have to do is contact the Crown corporation overseeing this lottery offering and confirm they are the winner of CA$50 million before the prize expires forever.

Lotto 6/49 Generous Too

In addition to the Main prize, last Friday also brought to Maxmillion prizes, neither of which was bagged by a winning ticket. January 21 comes with a Main prize reaching CA$12 million, following the two generous draws. Lotto 6/49 also proved its generosity, as Barrie couple of winners came forward to claim their jackpot. Kenneth Beatty and Mona Gibson recently received their prize of approximately CA$25 million.

They became eligible for this prize on January 8, ringing in the new year with a hefty bank account and dreams of investing and making swift purchases. They learned the good news through the popular OLG lottery app, allowing players to simply scan their tickets and quickly find out whether they win or not. Mr. Beatty scanned the ticket a total of six times before he believed they are, in fact, winners.

The winning Lotto 6/49 ticket was purchased at Shoppers Drug Mart on Essa Road in Barrie, meaning that the location is now eligible for a cash payout amounting to one percent of the Main prize. Saturday was also special for Lotto 6/49 enthusiasts, as someone is now eligible for a cash payout of CA$7 million. A ticket sold in the Prairies became eligible for the Main prize coming with the January 18 draw. This Wednesday would introduce a jackpot amounting to CA$5 million.