Mario's Lottery Groups
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Updated October 28, 2020    Last membership email sent October 10, 2020
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Open Groups

Group S33
153 shares & $1,672


Closed Groups

Group A24
144 shares & $890

Group A23
153 shares & $252

Group A22
132 shares & $19

Group A21
98 shares & $13

Group A20
102 shares & $3

Group M23
196 shares & $5,281

Group M22
191 shares & $336

Group M21
216 shares & $30

Group S48
74 shares & £119

Group S47
73 shares & $1,626

Group S45
73 shares & $2,396

Group S44
140 shares & £322.40

Group S40
65 shares & £118

Group S35
67 shares & £1,432



UK Lotto
Groups S35, S40 and S48 plan to buy 750 tickets for the November 4 UK Lotto draw. The jackpot is expected to reach £12.8 million (C$22 million) and be a roll down jackpot draw.

A £20 million bonus roll down jackpot is planned for the November 7 draw to celebrate the changes to the UK Lotto game. The S groups plan to buy 750 tickets for the draw.

Currently, matching 2 numbers wins a free ticket. An additional £5 prize will be added to the match 2 prize when a roll down jackpot is not won. The amount of money allocated to the other prize categories will be reduced to fund the new prize.

Lotto Max
The M groups won $5,273 and 136 free tickets in the October 9 Lotto Max draw for a total value of $5,953. A Group M23 ticket matched 6 numbers out of 7 and won $4,555.30.

The
$50 million Lotto Max jackpot for the October 27 draw was not won and is capped at $55 million plus an estimated 6 Maxmillions for the next draw. None of the 2 Maxmillions were won. Weekly sales of $52.5 million were 28% higher than average and 11% higher than the previous week. Based on draw sales of $28.7 million, there was a 84% chance the jackpot would not be won, a 15% chance of 1 winning ticket and a 1% chance of 2 or more winners. The expected value was about average at 48%. The jackpot and Maxmillions were under funded from sales by $1.4 million.

Lotto 649
The $14.3 million Lotto 649 jackpot for the October 24 draw was won - one winning ticket sold in Ontario. Sales of $15.2 million were 5% lower than average and 15% higher than the previous draw. There was a 70% chance the jackpot would not be won, a 25% chance of 1 winning ticket and a 5% chance of 2 or more winners. The expected value was just above average at 57%. The jackpot and $1 million guaranteed prize were fully funded from sales.

Euro Millions
The Euro Millions jackpot is an estimated £15 million for the October 30 draw after 0 rolls. Group S44 plans to buy tickets when the jackpot is large enough for each share to win at least C$2 million.

Powerball
The Powerball jackpot is an estimated U$98 million for the October 31 draw after 12 rolls. Group S33 plans to buy tickets when the jackpot is large enough for each share to win at least C$1 million after taxes.


Invitation to Join
You are invited to join the next new group that is launched. There are no administration or hidden fees. There are no referral bonuses. Unlike most other online lottery groups, you do not get free tickets to encourage your friends to join. This is not a pyramid scheme. All monies collected are used to buy tickets. All prizes are either distributed to group members or used to buy more tickets.
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Next possible group play:

UK Lotto* draw
on November 4

Lotto Max* draw
on November 10

Lotto 649* draw
on
November 18

Powerball* draw
on November 21


Euro Millions* draw
on November 27


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Checkout LotteryGroups reddit discussion group. A good place to share ideas and ask questions.
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Mario's Lottery Groups have won $185,010 since
January 2019.


Participation in one or more lottery groups constitutes agreement to all the Terms and Conditions.

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* Product names used in this web site are for identification purposes only. All trademarks and registered trademarks such as Lotto 649, Lotto Max, Super 7, Mega Millions and Powerball are the property of their respective owners.

Mario's Lottery Groups is not affiliated with, or represents in any capacity, the Interprovincial Lottery Corporation, the five Canadian regional lottery corporations or any other lottery corporation. Tickets are purchased from an authorized retailer of lottery products and are not resold to group members. The tickets are held in trust as per the terms and conditions described on this website. Mario's Lottery Groups is a not-for-profit enterprise for the purpose of organizing lottery group play as promoted and encouraged by each of the five Canadian regional lottery corporations.













































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