In Friday’s Lotto Max draw, 1 Maxmillions worth $1 million each were won thanks to a selection sold in Quebec. In the drawing on Tuesday, July 11th, the jackpot will be approximately $66 million, making the jackpot $60 million and approximately $6 million max.
In addition to the new batch of Drummondvillois who this week won a million in the Celebration 2023 draw at the Mercure store, several winners in Centre-du-Québec and Drummondville
Many Drummondville residents, alone in a group or as a couple, have enjoyed the privilege of celebrating at the Loto-Québec offices after purchasing a winning ticket in Drummondville.
In fact, many of the new millionaires were part of a group that won $60 million in prizes.
Happiness and a million also hit Drummondville with a lucky ticket purchased at Jean Couto’s Pharmacy located at 4534 St Joseph Boulevard in Drummondville
A local young man also won $1,000,000 in the Québec Max raffle on June 24, and he had bought a lucky ticket with the $2 prize he won in the previous raffle. The winning ticket was purchased at Couche-Tard located at 1940’s, Lemire Street, in Drummondville.
Remember, on June 7, 2022, the $70 million Lotto Max jackpot was hit in Quebec for the third time. “This is the largest amount ever offered by Loto-Québec,” said Isabelle Jean, Executive Vice President and Chief Operating Officer of Loto-Québec.
Lotto Max makes winners in Quebec
Quebec has won more than $3,382 million in Lotto Max since its launch.
In all, 40 Quebec jackpots have been won, including three $70 million jackpots — the largest jackpots ever won in Quebec — in the draws of February 25, 2020, October 9, 2020, and June 7, 2022.
A jackpot of $65,000,000, four jackpots of $60,000,000, four jackpots of $55,000,000 and seven jackpots of $50,000,000 were also won in Quebec.
In addition to these prizes, 216 Maxmillions, worth $1 million each, have been won across the county. 140 shares of Maxmillions have been added to these.
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