Tuesday’s Lotto Max Jackpot has still remained unclaimed, which means that the CA$50 million prize will move for the next draw, accumulating to a total of CA$55 million.
Although the CA$50 million prize wasn’t claimed, the province reports that one of the two Maxmillion prizes was won by a single ticket holder residing in the Prairies.
Canadians can’t try to claim these prizes twice a week. They can try on Tuesday and Friday. Lotto Max Jackpot is known for its generous rewards, and if it remains unclaimed, the prize can go up to CA$70,000,000. If the jackpot passes the CA$50 million mark, participants can also win a Maxmillion prize worth CA$1 million.
On Tuesday, September 14th, the prize was not claimed. The reported winning combination (that nobody claimed) for the main prize is 17, 24, 27, 33, 38, 41 & 48. Still, the lottery confirmed that one Maxmillion prize was claimed by a ticket holder from the Prairies. This means that someone from that area won the CA$1,000,000 prize.
Since the main prize has continued growing, the lottery players will have a chance to win an even larger prize on Tuesday. As usual, the lottery will declare the winner the moment he or she claims the prize.