Canada - Lotto Max



Past Results

Friday 23 Feb 2024
  • 8
  • 16
  • 24
  • 28
  • 40
  • 41
  • 47
  • 10
Jackpot
$18,000,000
Extra
Atlantic Tag 372145
Quebec Extra 7495641
Ontario Encore 3944074
Western Extra 4641108
BC Extra 8, 15, 20, 91


Prizes - 23 Feb 2024

Match Amount Winners
7 $18,000,000 1
6 + 1 $171,202.4 0
6 $5,188 33
5 + 1 $885.5 116
5 $106.1 2,260
4 + 1 $51.3 3,673
4 $20 49,966
3 + 1 $20 50,742
3 $0 484,360

Winning Numbers

The Most Common Drawn Lotto Max Numbers - Hot Numbers
19
Drawn 83 times
8 Days ago
16 Feb 2024
36
Drawn 81 times
11 Days ago
13 Feb 2024
2
Drawn 80 times
39 Days ago
16 Jan 2024
46
Drawn 79 times
8 Days ago
16 Feb 2024
7
Drawn 77 times
22 Days ago
02 Feb 2024
26
Drawn 77 times
25 Days ago
30 Jan 2024
31
Drawn 77 times
4 Days ago
20 Feb 2024
31
Drawn 17 times
8 Days ago
16 Feb 2024
The Least Often Drawn Lotto Max Numbers - Cold Numbers
41
Drawn 58 times
1 Days ago
23 Feb 2024
33
Drawn 59 times
64 Days ago
22 Dec 2023
3
Drawn 60 times
50 Days ago
05 Jan 2024
10
Drawn 60 times
18 Days ago
06 Feb 2024
20
Drawn 60 times
36 Days ago
19 Jan 2024
47
Drawn 60 times
1 Days ago
23 Feb 2024
8
Drawn 61 times
1 Days ago
23 Feb 2024
14
Drawn 4 times
176 Days ago
01 Sep 2023
The statistics are generated from 2019 to the latest draw


Lotto Max

Lotto Max is one of three popular national lottery games played in Canada.

Entry to Lotto Max costs CAD 5.00, which grants players three entries into the draw. There are two Lotto Max draws per week on Tuesday and Friday evenings at 19:30 Pacific Time/22:30 Eastern Time.

To enter Lotto Max, choose seven numbers between 1 and 50. Players can also choose the Quick Pick option to generate seven numbers at random. After making a selection or going for Quick Pick, tickets automatically receive two additional Quick Picks, for a total of three entries.

Players can also enter the Extra game for an additional CAD 1.00. Extra players are allocated four randomly generated numbers between 1 and 99. Players win the CAD 500,000 jackpot by matching all four numbers.

When the Lotto Max jackpot reaches CAD 50 million, tickets are automatically entered into another draw called MaxMillions.

MaxMillions players can win several CAD 1 million prizes!

Jackpot

Lotto Max guarantees a minimum jackpot of CAD 10 million.

There is a jackpot cap of CAD 70 million, but no rollover cap. Once Lotto Max reaches its jackpot cap, the prize fund rolls down to lower prize tiers. Players matching five, six, or six numbers plus the bonus ball, can win even more significant prizes than usual.

The maximum jackpot has been won on two occasions, on January 7, 2020, and February 25, 2020.


Interesting fact: The biggest Powerball jackpot of all time was US $1.586 billion.

Did you know you can play Powerball from CANADA?

Read US Powerball Guide For Canadians before you buy a Powerball ticket.

Odds and Prizes

The odds of winning the Lotto Max jackpot are 1 in 33,294,800.

These odds compare well to other lotteries around the world. However, they are not as attractive as Lotto 6/49, another Canadian national lottery that sometimes offers similar jackpot amounts.

Players can win Lotto Max prizes at nine different prize tiers,

Prize Category Numbers Matched Winning Odds Winning Odds %

1

7

1 in 33,294,800

0.000003

2

6, plus Bonus Ball

1 in 4,756,400

0.00002

3

6

1 in 113,248

0.0009

4

5, plus Bonus Ball

1 in 37,749

0.003

5

5

1 in 1,841

0.05

6

4, plus Bonus Ball

1 in 1,105

0.09

7

4

1 in 83

1.2

8

3, plus Bonus Ball

1 in 83

1.2

9

3

1 in 9

11.1

Payout and Taxes

Prizes won in Canadian lotteries are tax free, but players entering from abroad should check if tax applies in their home country.

Prizes are paid as lump sums only.

Who Can Play Lotto Max?

Players can buy Lotto Max tickets from authorized retailers across Canada. Lotto Max is open to players of at least 18 years of age.

Players in Canada and around the world can also play Lotto Max online.

History of Lotto Max

Lotto Max launched in 2009, replacing the Lotto Super 7 game.

The Lotto Max jackpot cap was CAD 60 million until 2019.