Winning $60M Lotto Max ticket sold in Edmonton

If you bought a Lotto Max ticket in Edmonton for this week’s draw, check your ticket.

The winning $60-million ticket for Friday’s draw was sold somewhere in Alberta’s capital city, according to the Western Canadian Lottery Corporation.

There was just one ticket that matched all seven numbers.

The unofficial winning numbers for the draw on Friday, Oct. 27 were: 2, 3, 4, 8, 9, 20, 30 and bonus 45.


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A whopping 27 Maxmllions prizes were also won this week. Those prizes will be shared amongst 36 winning ticket holders.

Three tickets with six matching numbers and the bonus were sold across Canada — one each in Alberta, Saskatchewan and Ontario. Each ticket is worth just over $500,000.

The jackpot for the next Lotto Max draw on Nov. 2 will be approximately $39 million.

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With files from The Canadian Press. 

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