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Two Coquitlam tickets are each splitting $1M Lotto Max prizes

There are two half-millionaire tickets that were purchased in the Tri-Cities for Tuesday night's (June 22) Lotto Max draw — the $70-million grand prize is also being split by winning tickets in Kamloops and Ontario.
Lotto Max. | File photo

Double-check those lottery tickets because two from the Tri-City region are worth $500,000 each.

A pair of $1-million Maxmillion prizes from Tuesday night's (June 22) Lotto Max draw — with a top prize of $70 million up for grabs — were won by tickets purchased in Coquitlam and both will be split in half.

Each matched its respective winning numbers with other tickets.

One is set to be shared with another bought in Victoria; the winning numbers are 1, 4, 10, 17, 20, 30 and 48.

The other was paired with a ticket marked "WC," which stands for western Canada and means it was purchased in either Alberta, Saskatchewan or Manitoba; its winning numbers are 9, 13, 27, 34, 37, 48 and 50.

You can review yesterday's Lotto Max draw by visiting its website.

Meanwhile, after going unclaimed for several weeks, a Kamloops ticket is going halfsies on the $70-million grand prize with another in Ontario.

Each ticket — winning numbers 7, 11, 22, 28, 33, 44, 49 and 10 as the bonus — will receive $35 million resulting from Canada's record-breaking draw.

In total, there are 46 Maxmillion prize winners, including 11 sold in B.C., 21 in Ontario, 10 in Quebec and four in the Prairies.

The jackpot for the next draw on Friday (June 25) will be an estimated $50 million, with two Maxmillion prizes of $1 million each up for grabs.

- with a file from The Canadian Press