$110 MILLION IN ESTIMATED LOTTO MAX PRIZES THIS FRIDAY

The LOTTO MAX jackpot just keeps growing! Because last week’s $60 million main jackpot carried over, Friday’s draw will offer even more chances to win.

The June 1 draw offers a $60 million main jackpot and an estimated 50 MAXMILLIONS draws for $1 million each.

That’s 51 chances to win a prize of $1 million or more. At a total of $110 million, it’s also a new Canadian record for the total combined lottery jackpot ever offered in a single evening.

Players can buy their LOTTO MAX tickets until 8:30 pm on Friday evening. The winning numbers and prize breakdown will be posted to www.sasklotteries.ca as soon as they’re available.

Check your tickets!

There are still two big lottery prizes in Saskatchewan waiting to be claimed.

A ticket sold somewhere in the province – not including Regina or Saskatoon – won the $1 million LOTTO 6/49 guaranteed prize on Wednesday May 16. The winning number was 21639913-01.

And on Saturday, May 19, a ticket sold in Regina won $2.5 million on the May 19 LOTTO 6/49 draw. The winning ticket shared the $5 million jackpot with another winning ticket, sold in Calgary. The winning numbers were 14, 15, 28, 34, 38 and 44.

The winners of both prizes have one year from the draw date to claim. Call 1-800-665-3313 for information on how to begin the prize claim process.

Lottery players can check their tickets in these ways:

  • Check the winning numbers posted online at www.sasklotteries.ca;
  • Scan tickets with the WCLC Lottery Manager mobile app, available for iOS and Android devices at the App Store and Google Play Store;
  • Check at retail on winning numbers lists, self-serve ticket checkers, and by validation at the terminal.

Saskatchewan Lotteries is the fundraiser for more than 12,000 sport, culture, recreation and community groups.

$
9
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Million
1 x $1 Million Prize
Exact Match Only
Saturday, July 21, 2018
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25
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Million
Friday, July 20, 2018

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