After no winning tickets were drawn for the $ 70 million jackpot on Tuesday, even more $ 1 million Maxmillions were added, bringing the total to $ 120 million in prize money.
The jackpot remains at $ 70 million, but there are now 50 Maxmillions up for grabs.
Lottery fever has gripped those who play the lottery as Lotto Max continues a record-breaking streak with Friday night’s draw.
“With approximately 50 Maxmillion draws of $ 1 million, plus a jackpot of $ 70 million, the lottery craze is reaching unprecedented heights as Canada’s largest lottery game sets second national record in less than ‘a week for total prizes,’ said the BC Lottery Corporation. in a statement Thursday.
Tuesday’s draw saw one of the Maxmillions prizes won in British Columbia
Two ticket holders will share the prize, receiving $ 500,000 each. One was sold to Vernon and the other purchased online at playnow.com.
So far in 2021, British Columbia lottery players have redeemed over $ 58 million in Lotto Max winnings.
Maxmillions prizes are offered when the main jackpot reaches and exceeds $ 50 million.
The odds of winning the main jackpot are 1 in 33,294,800… but you can’t win if you don’t play.