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The Ontario Lottery offers a wide variety of games, including scratch-off tickets, lottery draws and instant play games. The most popular games are Lotto Max, Lotto 6/49 and Ontario 49. Daily Grand and Keno are also popular with players but if you fancy something a little different there are Poker Lotto, Megadice Lotto and Encore.
Depending on the game, draws can take place daily, weekly, bi-weekly, or even monthly. For example, Lotto 6/49 and Lotto Max, are held twice a week.
In addition to these regular games, the Ontario Lottery also offers a range of special games throughout the year, such as holiday-themed scratch-offs and extra draws for larger jackpots.
Another popular type of game is Scratch tickets in which you simply need to scratch off the indicated panels to reveal symbols or numbers that have to match various winning combinations depending on the Scratch game you've chosen. Among the most popular is Super Set For Life, Crossword Connection, and Cash for Life.
The tickets for scratch-off games vary in price, from CAD 1.00 to CAD 30.00, and can be bought at any lottery retailer.
No matter what type of game you're looking for, the Ontario Lottery has something for everyone.
Winning numbers and payouts are produced and determined by a computer program known as a Random Number Generator (RNG).
Payouts can be based on a combination of numbers, such as in a lottery where the chances of picking all six winning numbers are 1 in 20 million. As the odds are significantly higher, the payouts are much larger than for correctly choosing a single number. Payouts can also be affected by the number of people playing and the amount of money wagered.
You must be 18 years of age or older to play the lottery in Ontario. If you are a minor, you can still purchase tickets as a gift for someone else, as long as they are of legal age.
You do not have to be a resident of Ontario to purchase tickets or win prizes, but you must be within the province when you claim your winnings.
Playing the lottery is easy, whether you're buying a ticket in-store or playing online.
If you're buying a ticket in-store, simply ask the retailer for the game you want to play and they will provide you with a playslip. Then wait for the draw and check whether the numbers you've chosen match the numbers that have been drawn.
If you want to play online, you need to create an account on the Ontario Lottery website or download the lottery app. Once you're logged in, you can choose the game you want to play and purchase your tickets. Then you have to choose your numbers and wait for the draw. If you don't want to decide on the numbers yourself you can go for the Quick Pick and the numbers will be generated automatically.
Should you miss any draws which you want to check , you can find the latest results on the websites of the games.
As we've mentioned before there are many lottery games that you can play in Ontario. We have compiled a list of the most popular ones. Make sure to check them!
Lotto Max is a weekly draw game with a guaranteed jackpot of CAD 10 million. The odds of winning the jackpot are one in 33,294,800. At the same time, the odds of winning any prize are one in 21.
To play this game you need to choose seven numbers from 1 to 50 and the more you match the more you win. For an additional CAD 1.00, you can also play the bonus game Encore which gives you a chance to win another CAD 1,000,000. If you choose to play , a 7 digit number is printed on your ticket below your host game numbers.
And finally there's also a chance to win a further $1 Million for free, known as Maxmillions, which occurs when the jackpot reaches CAD 50 Million.
A single ticket for Lotto Max costs CAD 5.00.
Lotto 6/49 is drawn twice a week with the chance of winning a guaranteed $5 Million jackpot.
To win a prize you need to choose six numbers from a range of 1 to 49. When you buy a ticket, you are also automatically entered into the Guaranteed CAD 1 Million prize draw, and is printed as a 10 digit number below your main game numbers. Lastly, you again have the chance to enter 'Encore' for an extra $1 .
A ticket for Lotto 6/49 costs CAD 3.00.
Daily Grand is a popular Canadian draw with a jackpot of CAD$1000 a day for life! The second prize is CAD 25,000 per year for the rest of your life. The odds of winning are one in 13,983816, and the odds of winning any prize are 1 in 6.8.
To play Daily Grand, choose five numbers from a range of one to 49 and one Grand Number from a range of one to seven. You can use the same numbers 13 weeks in a row.
The Encore game is available for an additional CAD 1.00.
Tickets for Lotto 6/49 cost CAD 3.00.
Ontario 49 is a lottery that is only available in Ontario and is similar to Lotto 6/49.
Ontario 49 gives you the chance to win a fixed jackpot of $2 million for a single CAD 1.00. All you need to do is choose six numbers from a range of 1 to 49 and keep your fingers crossed.
The odds of winning are one in 13,983,816, while the odds of any lesser prize in Ontario 49 are one in seven.
Daily Keno takes place two times a day.
A single ticket will cost either CAD 1, CAD 2, CAD 5 or CAD 10 , the cost acting as a multiplier for the amount you will win if your numbers match. For example, matching 2 numbers for CAD 1 will win you CAD 7 whereas wagering $10 for the same 2 numbers will win you 10x that amount.
To play, you need to decide both how many numbers you want to match (2 - 10 numbers) and how much you want to spend on a ticket, bearing in mind that the odds increase with the amount of numbers you choose. Following that you must choose your numbers from a pool of 1-70.
The odds of winning the jackpot , which is CAD 2.5 million, are 1 in 2,147,181.
Poker Lotto, which is a combination of Poker and Lottery, offers both an instant win element and a nightly draw. The main difference being that playing card symbols are used instead of regular numbers.
To play it simply buy a ticket using the Quick Pick option. You will see five cards dealt from a standard 52-card deck and the aim is to get winning poker hands, such as 3 of a kind, flush etc. A Royal flush will win you the jackpot of $5000.
You can also opt to play the add-on 'All In' game for an extra dollar which gives you the added opportunity to win prizes up to a jackpot of CAD 10,000 minimum.
The odds of winning the Poker Lotto Jackpot are 1 in 649,740 and for runner up prizes 1 in 4. The chances of winning the All-In Jackpot are 1 in 2,598,960 or 1 in 15 for lesser prizes.
A single ticket for PokerLotto costs CAD 2.00.
MegaDice Lotto is a two-part lottery game with weekly draws. It has two fixed jackpots: CAD 100,000 for the main draw and CAD 7,500 for the Instant Win Game.
To play the lottery you need to buy a Quick Pick ticket for $2.00. You'll then see your six numbers from 1 to 39 appear on the customer display screen and if you're lucky see a winning combo.
The odds of winning the main Megadice Lotto jackpot are 1 in 3,262,623, while the odds for the Instant Win jackpot are 1 in 279,936. The overall odds of winning a prize in the main draw are 1 in 3.7, and 1 in 4.3 for Instant Win.
The concept of the 'Wheel of Fortune' TV show is familiar to many people. Contestants spin the wheel and hope it stops with the 'pointer' on a prize segment of the wheel.
Wheel of Fortune Lotto is much the same but instead of watching a 'live' display a wheel and pointer graphic is printed on your ticket. If the graphic shows the pointer on a prize segment, you win that prize. Although the retailer's customer display screen shows a spinning wheel, this is for entertainment purposes only.
To play, a ticket costs CA$ 2 and on it, aside from the W.O.F graphic, you'll be allocated six random words for the nightly draw. Words are drawn from a pool of 39 and should you match all six of them you win the jackpot. A minimum prize of CAD 3 is won if a player matches three words.
Lottario is another game that is available for the players in Ontario. It takes place every Saturday and has a guaranteed jackpot of at least CAD 250,000. The odds of winning the Lottario jackpot are 1 in 4,072,530.
To play this game you need to choose six numbers from a range of 1–45 or opt for the Quick Pick.
Lottario has a unique feature that other lotteries don't offer, which is known as 'Early Bird' draw. This extra draw is only available to those who enter the main draw before midnight on Friday and offers the chance to win an additional CAD 50,000 at no extra cost.
Lightning Lotto is a Quick Pick game, where you get three sets of five numbers. Each play costs CAD 2.00.
What makes this lottery unique is that the winning numbers are picked each day before tickets are sold, so players find out immediately whether they've become winners or not.
The odds of winning the Lightning Lotto jackpot are 1 in 1,906,884.
In Pick 2 players must select two numbers from 00-99 or can go for a Quick Pick to receive a randomly selected 2 digit number. The lottery is drawn twice a day, with the first draw taking place at 2 p.m. local time and the second at 10:30 p.m. Each play costs CAD 2.00.
To participate in Pick 2, choose two numbers from 0 to 9, or take a Quick Pick if you like. Because the numbers are chosen independently, each number may be selected twice.
Pick 2 odds of matching both digits are 1 in 100 and the odds of matching the first number are 1 in 11.
Pick 3 is a three-digit lottery where you must choose a three-digit number between 000 and 999. If you don't have any favorite lucky numbers, why not use the Quick Pick option instead. You should also decide how much you wish to wager - CAD 1.00, CAD 2.00 or CAD 10.00 per play. To win the prize you must match the numbers drawn.
There are 2 options available: Straight Play and Box Play. The odds of winning the Straight Play jackpot are 1 in 1,000. For Box play the odds are 1 in 167 (in this case you need to match three digits in any order) and 1 in 333 (if two of the three drawn digits are identical).
Pick 4 is a lottery in Ontario that has two draws a day. Tickets cost CAD 1.00, with players selecting their own wagers and 4 numbers from 0 to 9 or they can choose the Quick Pick option. There are two options called ‘Straight play’ and ‘Box play.’ For the first you need to match 4 digits in exact order. For the second, your lottery numbers can match the winning numbers drawn in any order.
The Pick 4 jackpot for the Straight play is CAD 5,000.00 and the chances of winning the jackpot are 1 in 10,000. There are four separate cash prizes available for winning the Box play depending on what combination of numbers you chose: CAD 1,250.00, CAD 800.00, CAD 400.00, and CAD 200.00.
The Ontario Lottery offers a wide variety of games, with something to suit everyone. Check out the game schedule below to see when the next draws are taking place, and don't forget to check back here for the winning numbers and payouts!
If you're a regular lottery player, you might want to consider subscribing for tickets. With an Ontario Lottery subscription, you can purchase tickets for multiple draws in advance and never have to worry about missing a draw again!
To sign up for a subscription, simply log in to your account on the Ontario Lottery and Gaming Corporation website or app and select the 'Lottery Subscriptions' tab. Then, choose the game you want to subscribe to and enter how many draws you want to play.
You can also sign up for subscriptions through the lottery retailers. Just ask the retailer for an Ontario Lottery Subscription form and they will help you sign up.
Subscriptions are a great way to make sure you never miss a draw, and they're also convenient if you want to play the same numbers each week.
All lottery prizes in Ontario are tax-free, which means you don't have to pay any taxes on your winnings.
However, if you win a prize whilst living in another country, your winning may be taxable so it is advisable to check.
It's always a good idea to check with a tax professional if you have any questions about your winnings.
If you win a prize from the Ontario Lottery, you have one year from the date of the draw to claim your winnings.
To claim your prize, depending on the amount you may need to fill out a Prize Claim Form and submit it to the lottery office, along with any other required documentation.
You can find the Prize Claim Form on the lottery website, or you can pick one up from any lottery retailer.
The Ontario Lottery is a popular way to gamble responsibly. For most people, gambling is a fun way to pass the time. However, for some people gambling can become a problem.
There are a few easy ways to help control your gambling habits and make sure that you are playing the Ontario Lottery responsibly:
If you are worried about someone you know who might have a gambling problem, there are a few things that you can do to help:
The Ontario Lottery is a great way to have some fun and maybe even win some money. However, it's important to remember to gamble responsibly. If you or someone you know has a gambling problem, there are resources available to help.
You can purchase tickets for the Ontario Lottery at any lottery retailer. You can also purchase tickets online or through the lottery app.
If you win the Ontario Lottery, you can claim your prize by visiting any lottery retailer. You can also claim your prize online or through the lottery app
The deadline for claiming prizes for the Ontario Lottery is usually one year from the date of the draw. However, some prizes may have different deadlines. Make sure you check that information as soon as you win your prize.
There are a few signs that may indicate that someone has a gambling problem. These include spending more money on lottery tickets than they can afford, feeling like they need to gamble to win, and gambling taking over their life. If you are worried about someone, you can talk to them about your concerns or contact a gambling helpline for advice.