Tickets for Super 7 were sold in all of the five lottery regions: British Columbia Lottery Corporation , Lottery Heroes
CCorporation, Ontario Lottery and Gaming Corporation, Loto-Québec and the Atlantic Lottery Corporation. Tickets were purchased until the cutoff period of 9:00 p.m. ET on Friday nights. For each $2 consumed, three conclusions of seven numbers were given. Also, every region had an additional regional game.
In the Western Canada Lottery Corporation, the additional game was known as the Extra, and offered players a most outrageous prize of $250,000. The Extra was a seven-digit number. Players won money by planning numbers from the end (i.e., in the number 1234567, organizing the 7 won $2, organizing 67 won $10, etc.)
In Ontario, the additional game was called Encore. The greatest possible prize for Encore (every one of the 7 digits facilitate) was $1 million.
In Quebec, the additional game was called Extra. The greatest possible prize for Extra (all of the 7 digits arrange)
Lotto Super 7 was a public lottery game in Canada, worked by the Interprovincial Lottery Corporation (ILC). It was dispatched on June 10, 1994, and its prop up draw was on September 18, 2009.
Drawn every Friday night, the lottery had a guaranteed large stake of $2.5 million, which was passed on forward to the accompanying draw if no purchased ticket facilitated all of the seven numbers in that draw. The greatest huge stake allowed was in May 2002, in which four winning tickets shared a $37.8 million treasure trove.
Its last draw date was accounted for by ILC in March 2009, and in July 2009, ILC proclaimed that it would be superseded by another game, Lotto Max.
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ILC works with various lottery undertakings controlled by ordinary governments. Advantages are shared among the various retailers who sell tickets. Retailers get from the lottery a degree of the awards for tickets sold from their shop (the money isn’t taken from the prize honor).
Lotto Super 7 included picking seven numbers from 1 through 47. The prizes stretched out from a free play to the gold mine. Prizes were allowed as follows:
Greatest huge stakes
The greatest Super 7 major stake, and the greatest mother lode in Canadian lottery history by then, was $37.8 million, on May 17, 2002.
The previous record for greatest Canadian lottery large stake had been a Lotto 6/49 draw for $26.4 million of each 1995, and the Super 7 record was not beated until a Lotto 6/49 draw for $54.3 million in 2005.
In Atlantic Canada, the additional game was called Tag. The greatest possible prize for Tag (all of the 6 digits arrange) was $100,000.
The Super 7 radio and TV advancements were fundamental for an exhibiting exertion featuring seven “superheroes”. They generally speaking began with the articulation “since you can!” and the superhuman repeated the stage at the completion of the business, with the accompanying huge stake entirety recorded. Promotions ordinarily circled as a couple, for instance, Relaxo and 2 Weeks Notice Man.