Lotto Max Prizes

Valuable Prizes from Canada's Lotto Max

There are seven chances to win on each standard Lotto Max draw, which provides players with a variety of ways to win. This page provides details on what numbers you need to match in order to win, plus what prize you could win by matching those numbers.

The minimum jackpot for the Lotto Max is $10 million, and this jackpot will roll over to the next draw if it is not won. That is how the jackpots can run into the tens of millions, and if it is not won before it reaches $50 million, that is when the additional Maxmillions game will come into play, and give players even more chances of winning!

The table below shows the odds of winning and the percentage of the prize pool allocated to each prize category.

Lotto Max Odds

Matches Win Odds of Winning
7/7 87% of the Pools Fund 1 in 28,633,528
6/7 + Bonus 4% of the Pools Fund 1 in 4,090,504
6/7 4% of the Pools Fund 1 in 99,768
5/7 5% of the Pools Fund 1 in 1,584
4/7 $20 1 in 71.3
3/7 + Bonus $20 1 in 76.7
3/7 Free Play 1 in 8.1

Overall, players have a 1 in 6.6 chance of winning a prize on the Lotto Max. The prize pool on the Lotto Max and the Maxmillion is pari-mutuel, which means it is derived from a proportion of ticket sales. This means the number of Maxmillions prizes on offer from week to week will vary depending on ticket sales, once the Lotto Max has reached its cap.

Maxmillions Prizes

The Maxmillions game only comes into play if the Lotto Max jackpot has hit $50 million.

The odds of winning a prize on the Maxmillions are also 1 in 28,633,528, as the player is required to match all 7/49 numbers, just the same as if they were winning the Lotto Max jackpot. There are no further prize tiers available for matching fewer than seven numbers on the Maxmillions. If there is more than one player to match all seven numbers, the £1 million prize will be shared amongst those players.

The Maxmillions prize fund is pari-mutuel, and the number of Maxmillions prizes on offer will depend on the ticket sales, and how much above $50 million the total jackpot prize pool is. For example, if the 7/7 prize pool is $60 million, there will be a $50 million Lotto Max jackpot and ten individual Maxmillions prizes. In cases where the prize pool is not rounded up to a million, the adiditonal funds will be added to the secondary prize tier (6/7) instead.

If Maxmillions prizes are not won, the value of this prize fund will roll over to the following week’s draw.