Quick Canada Lotto 6/49 Facts
- Simple Mechanics: As its name suggests, Canada Lotto 6/49 adheres to the classic 6/49 lotto format—so understanding this game should be a piece of cake for both novices and veterans alike.
- Bi-Weekly Draws: Canada Lotto 6/49 draws are held twice a week, every Wednesday and Saturday.
- Jackpots Roll Over: Whenever no one is declared a winner, Canada Lotto 6/49 jackpots will simply carry over to the next drawing—making it grow until someone wins.
- The Guaranteed Prize Draw: In addition to jackpot rollovers, Canada Lotto 6/49 also features a raffle called the Guaranteed Prize Draw where CA$1 million can be won.
- Advance Tickets: You can purchase your Canada Lotto 6/49 tickets up to 26 weeks in advance.
- Tax-Free: All Canada Lotto 6/49 prizes are tax-free.
Nationwide Canadian Lotteries
Lotto 6/49 Canada Lottery
Lotto 649 is the most popular among all Canadian Lottery games. Lotto 6/49 is played all through Canada and throughout the globe. The ILC syndicates it all through Canada.
The 6/49 Lotto was presented in June 1982 and has offered a record jackpot of a really huge CAN$ 63.4 millions. This is the hugest Canadian Lottery jackpot to have ever been won to-date.
The jackpot of Lotto 6/49 frequently goes up to extremely high figures that make it a very famous Canadian Lotto game.
Lotto Max, also known as Lotto Max Canada has turned into the latest game to be presented to the Canada Lottery market throughout the nation.
This game is thrilling and took the place of Lotto Super 7 in 2009, November. It was formulated and developed to offer jackpots that are much higher, create additional winners and presents an innovative feature in Lotto Max –MaxMillions. It has already provided CAN$50 Million jackpots on different occasions.
ILC syndicates LottoMax all through Canada and it is currently among the most famous lottery games in Canada.
Lotto Super 7
Initially, Lotto Super 7 was the second Canadian Lotto that was regularly played. It has now been replaced by Lotto MAX, but after it was introduced in 1994, it was proven to be remarkably famous with its format of 3 entries for each play.
The Super 7 was syndicated also, all through Canada by ILC. Super 7 Lotto produced a huge record of CAN $37.8 million.