If you did a lot of shopping for the holidays and are looking at your bank account in despair, it would be nice to win some cash with the lottery. For some lucky Canadians that could actually happen. The Lotto Max jackpot draw on Christmas Eve is so big, winning it would make the perfect present for the holidays.\nThe lottery draws happen on every Tuesday and Friday and this year Christmas Eve happens to fall on a Tuesday which is such perfect timing.\nIf you win the big jackpot it would definitely make this holiday the most wonderful time of the year.\nFor the draw on December 24, the total prize pool is about $59 million. Of that, $55 million is the big jackpot and then there are four Maxmillions prizes of $1 million to be handed out.\nEven if you don't get the huge jackpot win, you could still win $1 million.\nWho wouldn't love to win $1 million?\nThe Lotto Max jackpots start at $10 million but can grow to be up to $70 million.\nOnce the main jackpot reaches $50 million, the Maxmillions are also offered so that's why there's some extra cash up for grabs for the December 24 draw.\nView this post on Instagram 🚨#contestalert🚨It’s LOTTO MAX Tuesday! Enter the codeword REINDEER at the link in our bio for your chance at $100 in #LottoMAX tickets 💰 Winner will be drawn Friday! Are you feeling lucky? A post shared by Fresh 93.1 (@931freshradio) on Dec 17, 2019 at 4:50am PST\nThe Christmas Eve draw will happen on Tuesday night and Lotto Max tickets will be sold across the country until 10:30 p.m. ET.\nFor each of the Maxmillions draws, an additional selection of seven numbers will be drawn between one and 50.\nView this post on Instagram A peek under the big tent ahead of Wednesday’s @icebergalleyperformancetent opening show. 🤟 #LottoMax #DreamToTheMAX * Un coup d’œil dans la grande tente @icebergalleyperformancetent avant le spectacle d’ouverture de mercredi. 🤟 #LottoMax #RêvezAuMax A post shared by Atlantic Lottery (@atlanticlottery) on Sep 10, 2019 at 3:01pm PDT\nIn June 2019, the Lotto Max jackpot reached $65 million and the Maxmillions reached $10 million which broke Canadian records.\nYou have to be aware of the odds though. Matching all seven numbers in the draw is pretty rare, there's only about a one in 33,294,800 chance per each $5 play of 3 selections.\nRegardless of odds and chances, the prizes for the Christmas Eve draw are huge and winning the jackpot or even just the Maxmillions would be amazing.\nGood luck!\nThere are stories everywhere. If you spot a newsworthy event in your city, send us a message, photo, or video @NarcityCanada on Twitter and Instagram.