Montréal, June 5, 2013 – With only a few weeks to go before the claim deadlines, two prizes of $1 million or more have still not been claimed. The winner of one of the July 6, 2012, Lotto Max Maxmillions ($1 million) and another of the July 25, 2012, Québec 49 $2 million jackpot have still not shown up at Loto-Québec offices. Don’t miss your chance to be a millionaire – check your drawers, pockets, handbags and wallets!
Information about the winning selections
To help identify these millionaires and their new status, Loto-Québec is revealing details of lucky selections and the cities where they were purchased. In the case of the Lotto Max purchased in a Mirabel store (July 6, 2012), the winning selection is 03, 14, 15, 17, 22, 27 and 30. For the Québec 49 purchased in a Sept-Îles store (July 25, 2012), the winning selection is 11, 20, 28, 29, 33 and 39.
For security reasons, however, Loto-Québec’s operational policy and regulations in place at the Interprovincial Lottery Corporation, which administers Lotto Max on behalf of Canada’s five lottery corporations, prohibit the disclosure of the specific point of sale.
Holders of each of the two winning tickets must go to Loto-Québec’s head office or its Québec City office before their respective claim deadlines, i.e. Monday, July 8, 2013, for the Lotto Max Maxmillions and Thursday, July 25, 2013, for the Québec 49 jackpot.
If no one claims these two prizes totalling $3 million, $1 million will be deposited in the Interprovincial Lottery Corporation’s unclaimed prize fund and $2 million in Loto-Québec’s corresponding fund. Those amounts are later redistributed to players as bonus prizes or special draws.