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CA$50-Million Lotto Max Jackpot Stays Unclaimed

This week, Lotto Max continues the search for its mega jackpot as last Friday’s draw did not determine a winner. The main prize was the life-changing CA$50,000,000, but tickets holders should not get discouraged as the jackpot climbs even higher for the next draw on Tuesday, December 7, 2021.

Lotto Max is one of the most generous draw-based games in Canada as it can offer a jackpot in the amount of CA$70 million and enjoys plenty of interest from enthusiasts of such games. Once the jackpot passes the CA$50 million mark, the draw can offer several Maxmillion prizes, which are estimated to a hefty amount of CA$1 million each.

Jackpot Piling Up

Unfortunately, for all ticket holders from the Lotto Max title, last Friday’s December 3, 2021 draw could not find a single winner for the CA$50 million prize. The winning numbers for the draw were 07, 18, 22, 35, 37, 43, 45, and bonus 44. For the next round the prize will stack up to CA$55 million, and players can now purchase tickets for the Tuesday, December 7 draw.

Friday’s round was also not favorable for the two Maxmillion prizes that were available for grabs, as both remained unclaimed. Their winning numbers were respectively 02, 08, 10, 11, 44, 46 & 50 and 10, 19, 31, 34, 36, 38 & 43. Besides, the even bigger jackpot of CA$55 million, the next draw will also come with four Maxmillion prizes.

Ontario’s Many Winners

However, this week, the Ontario Lottery and Gaming Corporation released some tremendous news. According to the Crown’s reports, an Ontario ticket holder has won the hefty CA$8.8 million from another quite popular lottery game – Lotto 6/49. The winning ticket was purchased in Mississauga, but the exact location will not be revealed until the winner emerges due to security concerns.

The OLG has also informed that Saturday’s draw for Lotto 6/49 has also determined a winner for its second prize resulting in winning in the size of CA$207,248.90 for a ticket holder located in Lambton County. Ontario continues to dominate the draw as a CA$1 million ticket was also won in the Niagara Region. The province also claims three more tickets with CA$100,000 in Encore prizes.

Best Friends Efforts

Last week, the OLG reported one more significant lottery winning recorded in Ontario, but this time in North Bay. A prize worth CA$710,202.80 was won by the best friends Roseann Timbrell and Trevor Caldwell. The two have been playing the lottery for quite some time now, before their luck paid off big time in the November 20 Lottario draw.

Major Triple Million Score

Additionally, at the end of November, the Ontario Crown agency has reported one more major lottery win as Glenn Weitz from Windsor scored some serious amount of cash. The winner who works as a construction worker is now CA$3 million richer thanks to one life-changing ticket from the Triple Million game. The winning is the largest one for the Windsor-Essex region so far for this calendar year.

Source: “No winning ticket for Friday’s $50 million Lotto Max jackpot”, Times Colonist, December 3, 2021