Quotidienne 2 is a lottery game offered by the Loto-Quebec lottery corporation in the Canadian province of Quebec. The game offers a top prize of CAD 500 and also a number of other prize tiers, giving players plenty of chances to win.
There are several tickets for the Quotidienne 2: CAD 0.50, CAD 1.00, CAD 2.00, CAD 5.00 or CAD 10.00. Your potential win depends on which ticket you buy and the more you spend the more you win. Prizes range from CAD 12.50 to CAD 500 for a single play.
Quotidienne 2 draws take place every day at 22:30 local time. So you will have plenty of chances to win.
Players can purchase tickets for Quotidienne 2 at any authorized Loto-Quebec retailer. It is also possible to buy tickets online at the lottery corporation's website or through the mobile app.
To play, you must choose two numbers from 0 to 9. You can do it manually or by choosing a Quick Pick option. Quick pick numbers, when printed, are generated randomly.
One final consideration is to decide whether you want your numbers to match in exact order or in any order, which also has a bearing on the prize. You can, if you wish, participate in both options eg. one CAD 1 ticket for exact order and one CAD 2 ticket for random order, therefore paying a total of CAD 3 to play.
After you've chosen your numbers, just wait until the draw and keep your fingers crossed
In case of a win, you have one year to claim your prize. This can be done by mail or in person. To do so, you need to present a valid ID and the winning ticket, which is why it's important to keep your ticket safe until you've claimed your prize.
There is also an Extra game (this is an add-on game and can't be played independently ). For an additional CAD 1.00, it gives you a chance to win a CAD 1,000,000 jackpot.
If you want to make things a little more interesting, there are packages available in which you can play several games at once. In 'Forfait Quotidien' for example, you are able to play Banco, Quotidienne 2, Quotidienne 3 and Quotidienne 4 simultaneously, all for CAD 4 a day. It certainly makes things easier too!
The odds of winning the Quotidienne 2 jackpot are 1 in 100. For smaller prizes the odds vary from 1 in100 and 1 in 50.
The maximum jackpot for a CAD 10 wager is CAD 500, paid out as a tax free lump sum.
Players must be 18 years of age or older to play Quotidienne 2. You don't need to be a citizen of Canada to play the lottery as long as you are a Canadian resident.
Quotidienne 2 was introduced by Loto-Quebec on September 10, 1979. The game was created to offer players another daily chance to win, as the popular Quotidienne 3 game was only offered three times a week.
Since then, the game has continued to be popular, with players enjoying the simple format and the chance to win big prizes.
In today's society, it's easy to get caught up in the fast-paced, high-stress lifestyle. We are constantly bombarded with choices and decisions, and it can be all too easy to let ourselves get carried away. When it comes to gambling, this is especially true. It's important to remember that gambling is a form of entertainment, and like all forms of entertainment, it should be approached responsibly.
Here are a few tips to help you stay in control when playing Quotidienne 2:
Following these simple tips will help ensure that you stay in control and enjoy your experience while playing Quotidienne 2 responsibly.
Unfortunately, as lotteries can become addictive, it's important to recognise the signs. They are:
If you have any of these signs, please, ask for help. There are a lot of organizations that can support you, like Gamblers Anonymous and the National Council on Problem Gambling.
No, all lottery winnings in Canada are tax-free. However, if you are not a Canadian citizen, you may need to pay taxes in your own country. So, it is important to check this information beforehand.
Winning numbers for Quotidienne 2 can be found on the lottery corporation's website or at any authorized retailer.
If you match the drawn numbers, you win a prize. You have one year to claim your prize, from the date of the draw. This can be done by mail or in person.
Yes, you can play the lottery as long as you are 18 years of age or older. You don't need to be a Canadian citizen to play but Canadian residence is required.