A historic $128 million in prizes can be won in the next draw.
There was no Lotto Max winner for the $70 million jackpot on June 11, so the next draw will offer yet another record-breaking amount of prizes to be won.
A total of $128 million is up for grabs now, including a grand prize jackpot of $70 million and 58 Maxmillions that are worth $1 million each.
If you haven't checked your tickets for the Lotto Max draw on June 11, there's still a chance you could be getting some cash. While the jackpot wasn't won, 20 Maxmillions were snagged by Canadians all over the country.
According to Loto-Québec, the odds of winning the jackpot with a single play are about one in 33 million, but the odds of winning anything with just one ticket are one in seven. Tickets are sold until 10:30 p.m. ET on draw nights.
What were the other record-breaking Lotto Max jackpots up for grabs recently?
The Lotto Max prize pool reached $120 million for the June 11 draw, which made it the biggest lottery jackpot in Canadian history. There were 50 Maxmillions worth $1 million each in addition to the $70 million jackpot available to be won.
Before this string of consecutive record-breaking prizes, the last time lottery history was made in Canada was in October 2018, when the Lotto Max total soared to $116 million because of the $60 million jackpot and 56 Maxmillions.