A Montrealer Just Won The Lottery TWICE In The Same Day & Both Are Lifelong Prizes
One of the prizes is $1,000 per day!
You've probably dreamed of winning the Loto-Québec. But have you ever fantasized about twice... in the same day?
This is no fantasy for Léonce Simard, a Montrealer who won two major prizes in "La Grande Vie" draw on September 7: the jackpot of $1,000 per day for life and the secondary prize of $25,000 per year for life.
per year for life
Simard purchased two lottery tickets via lotoquebec.com for the same draw using similar number combinations that were significant to him, according to a press release.
Tickets cost $3 per play, and his lotto winnings add up to $390,000 per year for life.
His odds of winning the jackpot alone were one in 13,348,188.
"I am extremely happy and I can't believe it! It's quite a shock. I want to take some time to think about how to make the most of my winnings," Simard said.