Important information about the September 13 LOTTO MAX draw

In the event of any discrepancy between this information and the official information and prize calculations of WCLC, the latter shall prevail. For ages 18+ only. Please play responsibly.

The September 13, 2022, LOTTO MAX prize breakdown posted on this website does not include the number of prizes won in Quebec, due to a processing delay at Loto-Québec at the time of the draw.

With integrity and transparency at the core of our business and games, we are notifying you that some prize adjustments needed to be made to incorporate Loto-Québec’s share of sales in the draw.

 We sincerely apologize to our valued players for this inconvenience and reassure players that there was no impact to the integrity of the LOTTO MAX draw.  

 After Loto-Québec completed its processes for the draw, adjustments made to prize amounts for winners across Canada are as follows:

No action is required from winners of the above prize categories, as prize amounts will be adjusted as necessary during prize claim processes.

Winners of 4/7+ Bonus Prizes – Action May Be Required

 For the 4/7+ Bonus category, the prize amount per each of the 4,860 winners from across Canada, excluding Quebec, is 10 cents more than the amount indicated, and winners in this category are entitled to an adjusted prize of $52.20. The total impact of this difference is $486.

Any winning tickets in this category – for the September 13, 2022, LOTTO MAX draw only – will validate for $52.10 if a player who purchased their ticket in the WCLC region checks the ticket at a lottery retailer, on the Lotto Spot! App, or online.

We recognize that some players may have already claimed prizes in this category at retail, and affected players can receive 10 cents to fulfill the full value of the prize.  

 To claim the full $52.20 amount (on tickets for the September 13, 2022 LOTTO MAX draw matching four main numbers and the Bonus number on one line):

Recognizing that not all winners may claim this 10-cent difference, WCLC and the other Canadian lottery regions will also contribute an amount equal to the total difference between the posted and actual 4/7+Bonus prize amounts into the national Unclaimed and Expired Prize Fund. This fund is returned to lottery players through future jackpots and enhanced prizes.