The Lotto Max jackpot of $70 million will be up for grabs again on Friday, alongside $56 million in the Max Million draws.
There was no winner for the jackpot in Tuesday draws, with only a few of the Max Millions prizes also claimed.
There were hree winners in Ontario, three in Alberta; one in Regina. Two ticket holders had the same winning number in Quebec and BC and will split a max million at $500,000 each.
There were three ticket holders, in British Columbia, Calgary and Quebec, who matched six of the seven numbers and the bonus. They will receive more than $474,000 each.
The last time the main prize draw was won in LOTTO MAX was August 9th. Assat Aytnyakov, who lives in Cochrane, Alberta, won the $13 million.
Lotto Max draws happen twice a week on Tuesdays and Fridays.
You get three sets of numbers for every $5 play, and each set has seven numbers from 1 to 50.
The jackpot starts at $10 million and can get as high as $70 million. Once the grand prize reaches $50 million, there are also Maxmillions up for grabs, which are each $1 million prizes.
All three sets of numbers you get from a $5 play are eligible for both the main draw and the Maxmillions draw when the jackpot reaches $50 million.
Tickets are sold until 10:30 p.m. ET on draw nights.