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Record-breaking $65M jackpot up for grabs in Tuesday's Lotto Max

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If someone gets all seven numbers right Tuesday, June 11, it'll be the biggest lotto win in Canadian history.

The $65 million is part of Lotto Max, which just increased the maximum possible win amount to $70 million in May. The amount has quickly reached record territory.

In addition to the main prize, there's an additional series of around 10 prizes worth $1 million each, according to a B.C. Lottery Corporation press release.

The lottery company estimates British Columbians have won over $95 million in Lotto Max prizes so far this year, with a big chunk of that going to George Munro and Rowena Inyallie from Merritt. The couple won $25.9 million in February. Late last year a ticket sold in the Lower Mainland won $39.5 million just after Christmas.

Tickets for Tuesday's draw will be on sale until 7:30 p.m. tomorrow (June 11).




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