Atlantic Canada lottery results are displayed with winning numbers and payout, next draw date, and jackpot size. We update the results several times a day and monitor the accuracy of the results.
The games offered by the Atlantic Lottery are: Lotto 6/49, Lotto Max, Atlantic 49, Bucko, Keno, Poker Lotto and others.
Lottery players have a chance to win millions of dollars in jackpot prizes. In addition to the jackpot, there are also smaller prize amounts that can be won. The odds of winning a prize depend on the game being played and the number of tickets purchased.
Players must be 19 years of age or older to play the lottery and can purchase tickets at authorized retailers or online at www.alc.ca.
The Atlantic Lottery distributes 100% of its profits to the region’s communities and supports local businesses.
The Atlantic Lottery is committed to responsible gambling and works with various organizations to promote awareness and prevention of problem gambling.
Lotto 6/49, held every Wednesday and Saturday, is one of Canada’s most popular lotteries , providing outstanding prizes and the potential to become a multimillionaire. Tickets can be purchased from any vendor or website on Wednesday or Saturday.
Lotto 6/49 is a government-sponsored lottery game that is played throughout Canada. The game is easy to understand; simply choose six numbers from 1 to 49, and you may win the jackpot! There’s a minimum jackpot of $5 million, which continues to grow until someone wins it. In addition to the jackpot, there are smaller secondary prizes worth up to $1 million available.
Lotto Max is a Canadian lottery game that replaced Lotto Super 7. It is managed by the Interprovincial Lottery Corporation, and was launched on September 19, 2009. The first draw took place on Friday, September 25, 2009.
The starting jackpot is $10 million, and can grow to a maximum of $70 million. If the jackpot is not won, it will carry over to the next draw.
Lotto Max also offers MaxMillions prizes. These are $1 million prizes that are drawn at the same time as the Lotto Max jackpot, and can grow to a maximum of $10 million each. If the main jackpot is not won, the MaxMillions prizes are not offered.
The Daily Grand lottery is a Canadian national lottery game drawn every Monday and Thursday. It was launched on September 7, 2016.
The top prize is $1,000,000 which can be won by matching all 5 numbers from the main batch of 49 plus one “Grand number” drawn from a pool of 7. The second prize is $25,000 which can be won by matching any 4 of the 5 main numbers. The third prize is $500 which can be won by matching any 3 of the 5 main numbers plus the Grand Number.
There are also 2 consolation prizes of $10,000 each which can be won by matching any 4 of the 5 main numbers without the Grand Number.
The odds of winning the jackpot are 1 in 13,983,816 while the odds of winning any prize are 1 in 6.6.
The Atlantic Lottery Corporation’s Atlantic 49 lottery is a Canadian lottery game that is played every Wednesday and Saturday at 11:30 p.m. AT. To win the jackpot, players must match all six of the winning numbers.
Residents can purchase tickets at any authorized vendor. The jackpot prize chance is 1 in 13,983,816.
SALSA BINGO is a bingo-style game with a growing jackpot. The jackpot starts at $10,000 and rises each day if no winner has been found. Draws: Every night at 11:29:59 p.m. (AT)
At 23:30 local time each evening, the daily draws are conducted. Each player receives three lines of five numbers for CAD 1.00. All Bucko tickets have randomly generated numbers between 1 and 41 on them. It is not possible to select your own numbers.
A daily draw game is Hit or Miss. You may win up to $25,000 instantly. Plus, after the nightly draw of $250,000, check your tickets for the daily draw at 11:29:59 p.m. (AT). One entry per person, two chances to win. Every night at 11:29:59.
A POKER LOTTO is a daily draw game. You may win up to $10,000 instantly. Plus, keep an eye on your ticket for the nightly draw of $100,000. Only one ticket, yet two opportunities to win!
The KENO Atlantic daily keno game allows you to pick between 2 and 10 numbers ranging from 1-70 and to waver from$1 to $10. Draws are held every night at 11:29:59 pm (AT).
TAG is a supplemental game in Atlantic Canada, in other words it can’t be played individually but only alongside one or more of the other mentioned games such as Lotto 6/49 Lotto Max Salsa Bingo etc. This can also be played daily.
Players have an improved chance of winning and can TAG a ticket up to 10 times on one ticket, as long as they play for CAD 1.00 a play.
The Atlantic Lottery Corporation of Canada has been on the front lines of lottery development since its inception in 1976.
They were the first lottery in the world to use barcodes on all game tickets, which speeded up the verification of the winner. They were also among the first to allow people to play online.
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|Website: www.alc.ca |
Address: PO Box 5500,
922 Main, Moncton,
Prizes from $100 to $250 may be redeemed at lottery retailers, although some may pay up to $999.
Prizes from $10000 can be claimed at any Scotiabank (Bank of Nova Scotia) or the Atlantic Lottery Head Office in Moncton, NB.
For any prizes of$10000 and above you should call 1-800-561-3942.
If you played online: Prizes under $10,000 are automatically credited to your player account.
As responsible gaming advocates, we want to make sure that everyone is playing the lottery responsibly. Here are a few tips to keep in mind when playing the Atlantic Canada Lottery:
We hope that these tips will help you play the Atlantic Canada Lottery responsibly!
Important: Errors may occur, and the lotteries occasionally return incorrect outcomes. We correct any mistakes as soon as they are discovered and/or reported to us. Check with your country’s official lottery agency to be sure all of the results are correct.
Tickets can be purchased at any authorized lottery retailer in Atlantic Canada.
The cost of a ticket varies depending on the game you play. For instance, Lotto 6/49 tickets are CAD 3 each.
Yes! You can now purchase lottery tickets online through the official Atlantic Lottery website.
For most lottery games, the cutoff time for purchasing tickets is 10:00 p.m. AST on the night of the draw. However, you should check with your local retailer or visit the Atlantic Lottery website for specific cut-off times.
Draws are held on various days and times, depending on the game. For instance, Lotto 6/49 draws are held every Wednesday and Saturday night at 11:29 p.m. AST.
The winning numbers for all Atlantic Lottery games can be found on our website or by calling our Winning Numbers hotline at 1-800-561-3942.
Yes, you can purchase tickets for up to 26 weeks (182 draws) in advance for most lottery games.
For most lottery games, you have one year from the date of the draw to claim your prize. However, please check with your local retailer or visit the Atlantic Lottery website for specific deadlines.
The odds of winning depend on the game you play and how many numbers you match. For instance, the odds of winning the jackpot in Lotto 6/49 are 1 in 13,983,816.
Prizes can be paid out in two ways: by cheque or through direct deposit into your bank account. You will need to provide your banking information if you wish to receive your prize through direct deposit.
No. All winners' names, photos and hometowns are published. Also all major prize winners' names are posted on display boards at our head office in Moncton.
After a prize has gone unclaimed for the required period of time, the money is transferred to Atlantic Lottery's Profit to Province Fund, which is used to support provincial programs and services.