Internet Explorer support ending
As of January 1st, 2020, PlayNow.com no longer provides browser support for IE 11. If you choose to use IE 11 we cannot guarantee you will be able to login or use the site. We advise you switch to the latest version of either Edge, Firefox or Chrome.
Lotto Max's Ladysmith couple ready to relax with $500,000 prize$500,000.00
Congratulations Willem and Jerri!
Willem (Bill) B. and Jerri B. of Ladysmith are enjoying the feeling of some financial freedom after matching all seven numbers to win the $500,000 Maxmillion prize from the June 8, 2018 Lotto Max draw, splitting the $1 million Maxmillion prize with another winning ticket sold in Ontario.
While eating breakfast, they saw on Facebook that someone local had won the Maxmillion. "Bill said, 'Good for them,' but I decided to check the numbers to see if it was ours," said Jerri. To her surprise, she discovered she was holding the winning ticket.
"Bill told me he didn't believe me so I gave him the ticket and he checked, seeing it was true. Just to be sure we got dressed and went to check at the store," said Jerri. "After than we texted all the kids so they could find out at the same time."
The pair, who have lived a "frugal" life, was happy to have a celebration the night it discovered the win, but agreed to deposit the cheque in the bank before making any big purchases or decisions.
"I look forward to slowing down a taking things a little easier," said Bill.
"Everyone seems very happy for us. It has been a really good response. This really takes a lot of weight off our shoulders," Jerri added.
The Chuckwagon Market in Ladysmith sold the winning ticket.
Lotto Max tickets can be purchased at any BCLC lottery retailer or on PlayNow.com until 7:30 p.m. (PST) every Friday evening.
Say 'Yes' to the Extra for the chance to win up to $500,000. Extra is available with Daily Grand, Lotto 6/49, Lotto Max, and BC/49 at any BCLC lottery retailer or at PlayNow.com. Players can now check their lottery tickets anytime, anywhere on iOS and Android devices.
Every time a lottery ticket is purchased in B.C., it funds programs across the province.
BCLC offers socially responsible gambling entertainment while generating income to benefit all British Columbians. Remember, play for fun, not to make money. For more information visit GameSense.ca.