Loto-Quebec's $70 million prize remains unclaimed

Oct 22 2020, 1:07 pm

The abysmal year that is 2020 could take a pretty rich turn for someone who hasn’t yet checked a bigtime lottery loot from October 9.

Loto-Québec is searching for the unclaimed winner of the Lotto Max $70 million draw from 13 days ago.

It’s essentially the real-life version of Willy Wonka & the Chocolate Factory, but instead of candy, it’s a full bank account.

“Loto-Québec is asking the media for help in finding the person who purchased the winning ticket for the October 9 Lotto Max draw,” says the crown corporation’s news release. The winning ticket was purchased in Montreal.

Nous recherchons le gagnant du gros lot record de 70M$! Nous demandons l’aide des médias et de la population afin de trouver la personne s’étant procuré le billet chanceux pour le tirage du #LottoMax du 9 octobre, à Montréal. Partagez! #nosgagnants https://t.co/c2QAT6pOQI

What’s more, two $1,000,000 prizes and one $500,000 prize have yet to be claimed as well. The winning tickets were purchased in Gatineau, Thérèse-De Blainville, and Saint-Hubert.

Unknowing winners have one year to claim their prize.


The winning combination for the big prize is 04-06-12-30-32-33-34 (bonus 29).

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