Canadian 649 Lottery results along with Lotto Max, Millionaire Life, Celebration and all other Provincial lotteries.
The 649 lottery and Lotto Max Draw Times.....
Cut-off Times for Purchasing 649 and Lotto Max Tickets.....
Lotto 6/49 and LOTTO MAX ticket sales are cut off at 6 p.m. Pacific Time on draw days. Normally the lottery 649 results and the Lotto Max draw results are posted after 7:00 p.m. PST on the respective websites.
Winning the Jackpot.....
To win the 649 Lottery Jackpot you have to match 6 numbers from 1 to 49! Seven balls are drawn at random, the first 6 numbers form the winning selection and the 7th ball represents the bonus number. There are six ways to match and win in different categories and with only 2 balls and the bonus number you win a prize. The odds of winning any prize in Lotto 6/49 is 1 in 32.
The Inter-provincial Lottery Corporation (ILC).....
The ILC is an organization that controls the lottery games in Canada. It is owned jointly by the five Provincial Lottery Commissions listed below. The ILC was formed in 1976 for the express purpose of operating these games on a national level.
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To check for your most current 649 Lottery Results and the lotto just click on the appropriate Provincial Lottery Commission and the link will take you to each respective official site..... Good luck and thanks for the visit.....
Atlantic Lottery Commission
serves NL (Newfoundland), NS (Nova Scotia),
PE (Prince Edward Island), and NB (New Brunswick),
British Columbia Lottery Corporation
serves BC (British Columbia)
serves QC (Quebec)
Ontario Lottery and Gaming Corporation
serves ON (Ontario)
Western Canada Lottery Commission
serves MB (Manitoba), NU (Nunavut Territory),
NT (Northwest Territories), SK (Saskatchewan),
AB (Alberta) and YT (Yukon Territories)
View the 649 Lottery Results
Canadian 649 Lottery
|Number of Matches||Winning
|Odds of Winning|
|649 lottery pool|
|6/6||Share of 80.5% of the Pool's Fund||1 in 13,983,816|
|5/6 + Bonus||Share of 5.75% of the Pool's Fund||1 in 2,330,636|
|5/6||Share of 4.75% of the Pool's Fund||1 in 55,492|
|4/6||Share of 9% of the Pool's Fund||1 in 1,033|
|3/6||$10 prize||1 in 56.7|
|2/6 + Bonus||$5 prize||1 in 81.2|
|-||Any prize||1 in 32.3|
The odds probabilities of winning the
Canadian Lotto Max
for Lotto Max
|7 of 7||Win or Share JACKPOT of at least $10 Million (87% of Pools Fund)||1: 28,633,528|
|6 of 7+Bonus||Share of 4% of Pools Fund||1: 4,090,504|
|6 of 7||Share of 4% of Pools Fund||1: 99,768.4|
|5 of 7||Share of 5% of Pools Fund||1: 1,583.6|
|4 of 7||$20||1: 71.3|
|3 of 7+Bonus||$20||1: 76.7|
|3 of 7||Free Play (Three Quick Pick Selections)||1: 8.1|
Some interesting questions about the Canadian 649 Lottery Results Draw:
Since the first Lotto 6/49 draw in 1982, have the same six numbers ever been drawn more than once in the 649 Lottery results?
To date, the same set of six numbers has never been drawn more than once.
I thought when the Lotto 6/49 ticket price was increased to $2 the jackpot was guaranteed to be a minimum of $4 million. Why are we now seeing jackpots of $3.5 million?
6/49 jackpot estimates are determined by the Inter-provincial Lottery
Corporation (ILC), which operates this national game.
Lotto 6/49 jackpot estimates are based on projected sales and payout for the upcoming draw.
As with any lottery product, sales can fluctuate. Providing the most accurate jackpot estimates possible is part of the ILC commitment to offering fair lottery games and allows players to make informed decisions regarding their gaming choices.
When the changes were made to Lotto 6/49 in 2004, jackpots were anticipated to start out around an estimated $4 million, based on sales patterns at that time. However, ILC has found national sales for Wednesday draws tend to be lower than for Saturday draws, so jackpot estimates have been $3.5 million for Wednesday draws and $4 million for Saturday draws.
Some interesting questions about the Canadian Lotto Max:
Will the jackpot ever get bigger than $50 million?
Once the main jackpot reaches $50 million, LOTTO MAX kicks into MAXMILLIONS™ mode - additional prizes of $1 million each.
How do the MAXMILLIONS™ draws work?
the jackpot reaches $50 million, additional jackpot funding will then
be directed into additional prizes of $1 million each called
MAXMILLIONS™. A separate draw will be held for each additional $1
million prize being offered. Example: $58 million jackpot = One $50
million jackpot + Eight $1 million MAXMILLIONS™.
What happens if the $50 million jackpot is won and some of THE MAXMILLIONS™ are not?
Any $1 million MAXMILLIONS™ prizes that are not won are then applied to the next week’s base jackpot. So, for example, if four $1 million prizes are not won and the $50 million is won, then the jackpot for the following draw would be $14 million. ($10 million base, plus $4 million).
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