$297,615.70 LOTTO MAX Ticket Purchased in Kingston

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If you purchased a LOTTO MAX ticket for last night’s draw then you may now be $297,615.70 richer.

Although there was no jackpot winner in the September 21st LOTTO MAX draw, the OLG reports one of the two second prize-winning tickets was sold in Kingston.

Ticket holders can check their numbers on the Winning Numbers page or with the OLG Lottery App.

Along with the ticket sold in Kingston, a $297,615.70 second prize ticket was also purchased in Toronto.

Other top winners across the province include:

  • One MAXMILLIONS ticket worth $1,000,000, sold in Mississauga.
  • One MAXMILLIONS ticket worth $500,000, sold in Ottawa.
  • One MAXMILLIONS ticket worth $333,333.40, sold in Toronto.
  • Three ENCORE tickets worth $100,000 each, sold in Mississauga and Toronto (2).

With no jackpot winner in this most recent draw, the LOTTO MAX draw on Friday, September 28 will offer an estimated $60 million jackpot plus an estimated 28 MAXMILLIONS prizes of $1 million each.


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Since its launch in September 2009, Ontario LOTTO MAX players have won over $4.4 billion, including 60 jackpot wins and 458 MAXMILLIONS prizes, right across the province.

Players can purchase tickets at authorized OLG retailers or buy online at PlayOLG.ca until 10:30 p.m. ET on Friday, September 28, 2018 for the draw that evening.

OLG is a crown agency that develops world-class gaming entertainment for the Province of Ontario.  Acting in a socially responsible way, OLG conducts and manages land-based gaming facilities; the sale of province-wide lottery games; PlayOLG Internet gaming; and the delivery of bingo and other electronic gaming products at Charitable Gaming Centres.

OLG is also helping to build a more sustainable horse racing industry in Ontario. Since 1975, OLG has provided nearly $47 billion to the people and Province of Ontario to support key government priorities like health care; the treatment, prevention and research of problem gambling; and support for amateur athletes.

Each year, proceeds from OLG’s operations also support host communities, Ontario First Nations, lottery retailers and local charities across the province.


Photo (cropped): OLG.ca