Two Million Dollar LOTTO MAX Tickets Sold in Kingston

Published on: 2018/09/30 - in News

The OLG reports Friday, September 28’s Lotto Max draw resulted in not just one, but TWO new millionaires who purchased tickets in Kingston.

Two MAXMILLIONS tickets, worth $1,000,000 each, were sold in Kingston and a third was sold in Oshawa.

Along with those million dollar tickets, a $333,333.40 MAXMILLIONS ticket was purchased in the city and an Encore winner will bring home $100,000 from a ticket sold in the Kingston area.

UPDATE: A couple who purchased one of the $1,000,000 tickets has come forward to claim their prize. The $333,333.40 ticket owner has also picked up their winnings from OLG headquarters in Toronto.

Ticket holders can check their numbers by selecting ‘Lotto Max’ on the OLG Winning Numbers page or by using the OLG Lottery App.

Other top winners across the province include:

  • One MAXMILLIONS ticket worth $333,333.40 sold in Mississauga,
  • Three second prize-winning tickets, worth $196,448.10 each, sold in Mississauga, Pickering and Toronto, and
  • One ENCORE ticket, worth $100,000, sold in Ottawa.

The jackpot continues to rise with the LOTTO MAX draw on Friday, October 5, 2018 offering an estimated $60 million jackpot plus an estimated 40 MAXMILLIONS prizes of $1 million each.

Since its launch in September 2009, Ontario LOTTO MAX players have won over $4.4 billion, including 60 jackpot wins and 463 MAXMILLIONS prizes, right across the province.

Players can purchase tickets at authorized OLG retailers or buy online at until 10:30 p.m. ET on Friday, October 5, 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.

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