A JACKPOT worth $1 million will expire permanently in 10 days unless someone comes forward to claim it.
AThe Ontario Lottery and Gaming Corporation issued a news release Friday warning that a ticket purchased in west Toronto may be unclaimed.
The ticket was purchased in Etobicoke and was part of the October 7, 2022 Lotto Max draw.
It corresponded to the winning numbers 05, 07, 09, 10, 21, 34, 39, officials said.
The ticket holder has just over two weeks to claim the prize.
If the prize is unclaimed, the money will be refunded to playersBonus games or promotions.
“If you believe you have purchased or lost the winning ticket, please provide specific details, including the location and date your ticket was purchased, when calling OLG Customer Service at 1-800-387-0098 “said the organization.
EYES ON THE PRICE
A Mega Millions prize worth $1.6 billion remains unclaimed as of August 8.
The owner of the ticket, which was sold at a Publix in Neptune Beach, Florida, has not yet come forward.
If you want to claim the jackpot package, you only have until October 7th.
Should the jackpot go unclaimed, the winner will have an additional 90 days to choose the annuity payment option, where the jackpot will be spread over 29 years.
Luckily for the winner, there is no state tax on lottery winnings in Florida.
However, they are subject to federal withholding taxes from the IRS.
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