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  • Winning Wintario numbers for

    Thursday, November 27, 2003

    1150750



    Thursday, November 20, 2003

    3437079



    Thursday, November 13, 2003

    3878828



    Thursday, November 6, 2003

    3593185



    Thursday, October 30, 2003

    2628946




    * All numbers are unofficial - check lottery retailer for official numbers *

      WIN-TAR-I-O !! Rake in the fun this fall with a brand new version of an old classic, and this time you can win millions! Wintario MILLIONS goes on sale Monday, September 1, 2003 at Ontario Lottery and Gaming Corporation (OLGC) retailers across the province. Each $10 Wintario Millions pouch contains five tickets for five special draws to be held on consecutive Thursday nights starting October 30, 2003 and ending November 27, 2003.

      Each individual ticket contains two 7-digit numbers to match against one 7-digit number to be drawn each week. Prizes range from $1 million for matching all 7 digits down to $10 for matching the last 2 digits. Each ticket also includes two INSTANT portions that can be played anytime with prizes ranging from $100,000 down to $10.

      Wintario MILLIONS is a nostalgic version of Ontario's first, and best remembered, lottery game. "People today still fondly remember Wintario as the first game they played, or as the game their parents played," said OLGC Senior Vice President - Lottery, Alan Berdowski. "We're bringing the WINTARIO name back as a special, limited time game with bigger prizes than ever."

      WINTARIO was Ontario's first province-wide lottery game, launched in May 1975. The original game had a top prize of $200,000 with draws held every second Thursday during a live TV show that traveled to various communities across the province. The game was retired in the fall of 1996 after generating more than $2.4 billion in sales and more than $1.1 billion in prizes.