A historic $70 million jackpot is up for grabs tonight thanks to Loto-Québec.\nIn addition to the huge Lotto Max prize, there are also 25 Maxmillion prize of $1 million each to be won.\nDetails below.\nVisit MTLBlog for more headlines.\nLoto-Québec's Lotto Max jackpot went unclaimed last week, when no winning ticket was sold for the $70 million prize which was to be given out on Friday, January 3, 2020. Loto-Québec will be drawing numbers again tonight, Tuesday, January 7, 2020 to find the future multi-millionaire who will walk away with the $70 million jackpot. There will also be 25 Maxmillion prizes of approximately $1 million each.\nThis $70 million jackpot is apparently a record-breaking prize for Loto-Québec, surpassing the previously-titled largest jackpot in the province's history, a prize of $65 million, which was won last June in Montreal, according to TVA Nouvelles.\nSo if you've racked up some holiday debt or have been dreaming of a vacation... hell, if you're not stupid and know that $70 million would completely change your life, you should consider buying a ticket today before the deadline at 10:30 p.m.\nAlso, you don't have to head to a store to purchase your ticket, either, as Loto-Québec allows Québecers to play online via their website. You must be 18 years old, of course, with a valid credit card. Your billing address must be a Québec address and the phone number linked to your card must also be a Québec-region area code.\nI tried signing up this morning and was out of luck because I've stubbornly not changed my phone number and 416 was not an option in the area code drop-down list... so it looks like I'll have to hoof it to the store if I really want my chance at this unreal prize.\nJ’ai la confirmation que le gros lot du #lottomax de 70 M$ N’A PAS été gagné ce soir! Nous avons toutefois 1 billet gagnant d’un Maxmillions au Québec! Prochain tirage de mardi : un gros lot de 70 M$ (et nb de maxmillions à venir!) 🎉🤞🎉🤞 #LottoMax70Mil pic.twitter.com/RMCg141RKo— Patrice Lavoie (@PatriceLavoie) January 4, 2020\nTo purchase your ticket online, just head to the Loto-Québec website here and create an account. In order to be validated on their website, you have to have a valid credit card.\nOtherwise, validation with an I.D. will take 48 hours and by then someone else will likely be $70 million richer.\nREAD ALSO: Month-Old Sinkhole In Downtown Montreal Still Isn't Fixed & Seems To Be Growing\nIn addition to the $70 million jackpot there is also the chance to win a mere $1 million via the Maxmillion prizes.\nJust kidding. $1 million could change your life, too. Let's not be greedy.\nJ’apprends à l’instant que le lot de 65 M$ n’a pas été gagné, mais on a 2 billets gagnants d’un Maxmillions au Québec!!! Le party du Jour de l’An vient de monter d’une coche pour ces nouveaux millionnaires! 🎊🍾Le 3 janvier, ce sera un lot RECORD au Canada : 70 M$ (et 10 MM)🎉 pic.twitter.com/rcTS8GLdlk— Patrice Lavoie (@PatriceLavoie) January 1, 2020\nIt costs $5 per each Lotto-Max play and $2 to add the Québec Max and $1 to play with Extra, which means this purchase could cost you less than a fancy coffee and could afford you the money to then hire your own live-in barista.\nOn commence 2020 en force avec le Salon des gagnants rempli de nouveaux millionnaires!🙌🎉#nosgagnants pic.twitter.com/aF8RNjXiOq— Le Chèque Géant (@chequegeant) January 3, 2020\nOf course, gambling is not for everyone and it certainly won't solve your problems, so consider the consequences of getting swept up in a fever dream of fantasy.\nThe approximate odds of winning one of the Maxmillion $1 million prizes is 1 in 7, with one play.\nThe odds of winning the jackpot is a measly 1 in 33,294,800 with one play... which is nearly equivalent to you being chosen out of everyone in Canada.\nSo don't hold your breath... but if you win, call me. A cool million should cover it, considering you may have never known about this prize if it wasn't for me, right?\nBonne chance, Québec!