Winning ticket for Friday’s $25 million Lotto Max jackpot in B.C.

The next jackpot of an estimated $10 million will be drawn March 17.

The $25.9 million jackpot in Friday night’s Lotto Max draw was claimed by someone in B.C., reports say.

The winning ticket numbers are 01 11 15 20 36 41 47. The bonus number is 33, and extra numbers are: 17 29 31 63.

Lotto Max players should check their tickets because they could be holding the ticket that won the March 10, 2017 Lotto Max draw. The single ticket was purchased in Burnaby and matched all seven numbers from across Canada to win the jackpot.

All lottery prize winners have 52 weeks from the draw date printed on their ticket to come forward to claim their prize. The specific retail location where the $25.9 million ticket was purchased in Burnaby will be announced after the winner has come forward to claim their prize.

JACKPOT FACTS:

· The largest prizes ever won in B.C. were $50 million Lotto Max jackpots in October 2010, March 2014 and April 2016

· Odds of winning a Lotto Max jackpot or Maxmillion prize are one in 28,633,528 per play.

· Odds of winning any prize are one in 6.6 per play.

· When the Lotto Max jackpot reaches $50 million, prizes of $1 million Maxmillions are added.

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