Mario's Lottery Groups
Biggest lottery pools and groups on the net
Updated July 20, 2019    Last membership email sent July 18, 2019
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Open Groups

Group E5
97 shares & $1,638

Group U25
169 shares & $1,669


Closed Groups

Group A20
102 shares & $484

Group A19
106 shares & $60

Group A18
111 shares & $33

Group A17
110 shares & $31

Group M11
179 shares & $144

Group S43
100 shares & £1,054

Group S42
100 shares & £1,186

Group S41
165 shares & £710

Group S40
64 shares & £130

Group S39
64 shares & £264

Group S38
64 shares & £0

Group S37
66 shares & £913

Group S36
66 shares & £2,308

Group S35
66 shares & £1,185

Group S34
66 shares & £50

Group S33
66 shares & £1,328

Group S31
62 shares & £292

Group S30
62 shares & £1,230

Group S29
62 shares & £424

Group S28
62 shares & £1,855

Group S26
75 shares & £128



UK Lotto
The jackpot in the July 17 UK Lotto draw reached £12.5 million, was not won and the money was added to the lower tier prizes. The expected value was 106%.

The S groups won £11,427 and 657 free tickets in the July 17 draw for a total value of £12,741 (C$20,767). Three tickets matched 4 numbers and won £609 each.

Euro Millions
The Euro Millions jackpot reached £96.7 million for the July 19 draw and was won - one winning ticket sold in Spain. Group E5 won £18.30.


The $50 million Lotto Max jackpot for the July 19 draw was not won and is capped at $55 million plus a minimum of 4 Maxmillions for the next draw. Neither of the two Maxmillions were won. Weekly sales of $50.6 million were 27% higher than average and 23% higher than the previous week. There was a 83% chance the jackpot would not be won, a 16% 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 $8.4 million.
The $9.1 million Lotto 649 jackpot for the July 20 draw was won - one winning ticket sold in Ontario. Sales of $14.5 million were 13% lower than average and 7% higher than the previous draw. There was a 71% chance the jackpot would not be won, a 24% chance of 1 winning ticket and a 5% chance of 2 or more winners. The expected value was low at 47%. The jackpot was fully funded from sales.
Invitation to Join
You are invited to join one or more of Mario's Lottery Groups. 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 members or used to buy more tickets.



Next possible group play:

Lotto Max* draw
on July 26

UK Lotto* draw
on August 7

Mega Millions* draw
on August 13

Lotto 649* draw
on
August 24

Euro Millions* draw
on August 30



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Mario's Lottery Groups is in the top 10 list of world wide lottery groups as rated by Lottery Syndicate World. It is only one of two syndicates in the list that does not charge fees; that is, it does not run as a commercial enterprise.


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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