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The Lotto Max Jackpot Is Back At $70 Million & It's The Highest It Can Ever Get

Lots of $1 million prizes are up for grabs too.
Lotto Max Winner For The Next Draw Could Take Home $70 Million

This is a lot of money! The next Lotto Max winner could take home a whopping $70 million.

For the next draw happening on October 9, there will be about $88 million worth of prizes up for grabs.

That includes the massive jackpot and a bunch of Maxmillions.

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$70,000,000 the next Lotto Max jackpot

Along with the jackpot, there are 18 Maxmillions available which are worth $1 million each.

For every one of those smaller prizes, an additional selection of seven numbers between one and 50 are drawn.

After the draw on October 6, the $1 million offerings were won twice in Ontario and Atlantic Canada.

The jackpot wasn't won though.

With Lotto Max, $70 million is the highest the jackpot can get and it's reached that amount quite a few times this year.

There's a lot you can do with that much money and even the $1 million prize.

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