No one has stepped up to claim the big win in Friday’s Lotto Max jackpot, according to the lottery corporation.
A Richmond ticket-holder is the lucky winner in the record-breaking $60-million draw, and the British Columbia Lottery Corporation (BCLC) is urging that person to come forward.
“The winner of B.C.’s largest-ever lottery jackpot hasn’t come forward to claim the record-breaking $60M prize,” said BCLC over Twitter.
“If you bought a ticket in Richmond, B.C. for last Friday’s Lotto Max draw, check your tickets!”
BCLC has been trying to get word out to the winner since July 27, the day after the draw, but as of Wednesday no one has claimed the big prize.
So if you bought your ticket in Richmond for the July 26 Lotto Max, you might want to check your numbers.
The winning numbers were 11, 15, 17, 20, 24, 25, 50, and bonus number 30.
Two other winners – one from Richmond and another from Quebec – who had 6 out of 7 of the winning numbers have scored a cool $105,837.
The winner of B.C.’s largest ever lottery jackpot hasn't come forward to claim the record-breaking $60M prize. If you bought a ticket in #RichmondBC for last Friday’s @lottomax draw, check your tickets! https://t.co/nE4s5aAMIK @NEWS1130 @CKNW @CTVVancouver @GlobalBC @DailyHiveVan— BCLC (@BCLC) July 31, 2019
Check your tickets, folks! Someone who purchased a @lottomax ticket in #RichmondBC won the whopping $60-million jackpot from last night’s draw. We are so excited to meet the winner! https://t.co/5CvOGNXV9D— BCLC (@BCLC) July 27, 2019