Lotto Max warning as $17million winning prize remains unclaimed and players are urged to check their tickets

A LUCKY Canadian is on the verge of becoming a millionaire and he’s probably unaware of his vast fortune.

The winner of the Canadian Lotto Max draw has not yet been determined.

The lucky winner of Canada's latest Lotto Max draw may not be aware that he is about to become a millionaire


The lucky winner of Canada’s latest Lotto Max draw may not be aware that he is about to become a millionairePhoto credit: Alamy

Lotto Max is one of Canada’s three national lottery games.

Playing is easy, but the chances of winning the top prize are slim.

The odds of winning the Lotto Max lottery are just 1 in an incredible 33,294,800.

The drawings take place every Tuesday and Friday evening.

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To win the top prize, the player’s numbers must match the seven winning numbers drawn.

The last Lotto Max draw took place on Tuesday September 12th.

The winning numbers were 06, 07, 09, 12, 13, 32, 37 and the bonus number was 15.

According to PlayNow, a perfect game was purchased in Western Canada.

The owner of this ticket will receive a lottery prize of $17 million.

You can receive regular payments over time or accept a one-time lump sum payment instead.

Thirty other lucky players can share the third place prize and receive $4,632 each.

The Lotto Max Extra winning numbers were 63, 88, 90 and 99, but there was no winner in this draw.

Only prizes under $1,000 may be redeemed at retail.

Other winners should pay particular attention to the claim submission guidelines.

Larger claims can be submitted online or by mail.

For mail orders, the process can take between six and eight weeks. Online applications are usually processed within five working days.

Players have up to one year from the draw date to claim their winnings for tickets printed at the lottery terminal.

Aila Slisco

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