Lotto Max Ticket For $1 Million Sold In The GTA Is Going To Expire In 2 Weeks

If you bought a Lotto Max ticket in January earlier this year, you might want to track it down. 

OLG announced on Friday that a $1 million dollar prize, which has gone unclaimed since last January 3, 2020, is two weeks away from expiring.*

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There are two weeks left to claim a Lotto Max Maxmillions prize worth $1 million from the Friday, January 3, 2020. OLG

The winning numbers for this Maxmillions prize were 02-07-21-34-42-44-46.

The lottery company also revealed that the ticket was sold in Mississauga. 

So, if you have those numbers, OLG is urging you to fill in the back portion of the ticket, sign it and call 1-800-387-0098.

However, this isn't the only unclaimed ticket that is about to expire.

The company has an entire list of prizes that have gone unclaimed, ranging from $10,000 to $1 million. 

You have a year from the draw date to claim your prize. 

Editor's note: This article has been updated. 

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