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*The LOTTO 6/49ONTARIO 49 Combination Play Selection Slip is different from the regular When you choose a fivenumber Combination Play, the five numbers from 1 to 49 that you select remain consistent for every combination. The remaining 44 numbers are each, in turn, used as your 6th selection  giving you a total of 44 possible combinations for the Main Draw and 44 GUARANTEED PRIZE DRAW numbers. For example, if you choose 1, 2, 3, 4 and 5 as your fivenumber selection, the 44 different combinations would be:
…and so on until all possible 44 combinations are created from the original five numbers selected. You will receive a single ticket from the retailer that will show the five numbers you selected. All possible combinations, however, will be recorded in the central computer. Your 44 GUARANTEED PRIZE DRAW selections will be shown as a range of numbers, with the same first eight digits and the last two digits ranging from 01 to 44. Example: 1352467801 TO 1352467844 You must exactly match the tendigit GUARANTEED PRIZE DRAW number to win. When you choose a sevennumber Combination Play the seven numbers from 1 to 49 you select are arranged in combinations of six numbers giving you 7 unique sets of numbers for the Main Draw, and 7 GUARANTEED PRIZE DRAW numbers. For example, if you choose 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6 and 7 as your sevennumber selection, the seven combinations would be:
You will receive a single ticket from the retailer that will show the seven numbers you selected. All possible combinations, however, will be recorded in the central computer. Your 7 GUARANTEED PRIZE DRAW selections will be shown as a range of numbers, with the same first eight digits and the last two digits ranging from 01 to 07. Example: 1352467801 TO 1352467807 You must exactly match the tendigit GUARANTEED PRIZE DRAW number to win. When you choose an eightnumber Combination Play, the eight numbers from 1 to 49 you select are arranged in combinations of six numbers giving you 28 unique sets of numbers for the Main Draw and 28 GUARANTEED PRIZE DRAW numbers. For example, if you choose 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7 and 8 as your eightnumber selection, the 28 different combinations would be:
…and so on until all possible 28 combinations are created from the original eight numbers selected. You will receive a single ticket from the retailer that will show the eight numbers you selected. All possible combinations, however, will be recorded in the central computer. Your 28 GUARANTEED PRIZE DRAW selections will be shown as a range of numbers, with the same first eight digits and the last two digits ranging from 01 to 28. Example: 1352467801 TO 1352467828 You must exactly match the tendigit GUARANTEED PRIZE DRAW number to win. When you choose a ninenumber Combination Play, the nine numbers from 1 to 49 you select are arranged in combinations of six numbers giving you 84 unique sets of numbers for the Main Draw and 84 GUARANTEED PRIZE DRAW numbers. For example, if you choose 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8 and 9 as your ninenumber selection, the 84 different combinations would be:
…and so on until all possible 84 combinations are created from the original nine numbers selected. You will receive a single ticket from the retailer that will show the nine numbers you selected. All possible combinations, however, will be recorded in the central computer. Your 84 GUARANTEED PRIZE DRAW selections will be shown as a range of numbers, with the same first eight digits and the last two digits ranging from 01 to 84. Example: 1352467801 TO 1352467884 You must exactly match the tendigit GUARANTEED PRIZE DRAW number to win.
The odds for the GUARANTEED PRIZE DRAW are determined for each draw by the total number of selections sold across Canada for the main draw. For example, if five million selections are sold, there would be five million entries for the GUARANTEED PRIZE DRAW, which means the odds of any one entry being drawn would be 1 in 5 million. The prize pool for LOTTO 6/49 is based on a parimutuel share. A parimutuel share is a calculation where the total monies allocated to a prize category are divided by the total number of winners in that category. Sometimes, customers select certain number combinations more often than other number combinations, and this may result in a greater number of winning tickets and a lower prize share. Some of the more popular combinations are based on sequence of numbers, vertical, horizontal or diagonal lines on selection slips, multiples of numbers, variations of historic dates or birth dates, etc. These combinations vary from DRAW to DRAW and change depending on customer play patterns.
LOTTO 6/49 Main Draw prizes and GUARANTEED PRIZE DRAW prizes must be claimed within 12 months of the DRAW date. Unclaimed prizes from national games (i.e. LOTTO 6/49, LOTTO MAX) are returned to players through future bonus games or promotions. These funds are held separately from Ontarioonly games and are administered by the Interprovincial Lottery Corporation. LOTTO 6/49 Combination Play winning tickets may be redeemed only in the province where they were purchased. Download the official LOTTO 6/49 Game Conditions. Download the official Interprovincial Lottery Corporation Rules and Regulations Respecting Lotteries and Lottery Tickets and the Supplemental OLG Rules and Conditions to Interprovincial Lottery Corporation Games. While efforts are made to ensure that the rules are accurate and up to date, the game conditions cannot always reflect changes. The Interprovincial Lottery Corporation (ILC) reserves the right to change these game conditions, with or without notice and at such times and in such manner as ILC deems appropriate.







