Here you can find all of the most frequently asked questions about how the Canada Day Lotto operates. If you cannot find an answer to a question that you have, feel free to contact us and we will be more than happy to help.
To take part in the Canada Day Lotto, you will need to choose five numbers between 1-50 and one Joker Ball between 1-5. Then, pay for your entries and keep your fingers crossed until the draw on the 1st of July.
Unfortunately, the Canada Day Lotto can only be played online.
Each entry to the Canada Day Lotto costs CAD2.20 (€1.50).
The draw will take place on the 1st of July at 15:00 Canada time.
The deadline for purchasing entries to the Canada Day Lotto is 14:50 Canada time on the 1st of July. You can purchase your entries, 10 minutes before the scheduled draw time, however we would advise that you purchase your entries now to avoid the last-minute pressure.
You can check your results online after the draw takes place on the 1st of July.
There are four different prizes that are up for grabs. For matching three correct numbers, you will win CAD7.50 but if you match all six numbers and the Joker Ball you will take home the jackpot of CAD22 million.
Visit the Prizes page for more details.
To view your purchased entries, you will need to log into the website to view your entries.
The minimum age for taking part in the Canada Day Lotto is 18 years old. However if the minimum age in your country, jurisdiction or state is older than 18 years old than you must keep to these guidelines.
Your chances for winning the Canada Day Lotto jackpot prize of CAD22 million is 1 in 79,453,500. To view the odds for each prize please visit the Prizes page here.