Record-breaking $110 million up for grabs tonight

Perhaps you want to buy a new house, a nice chesterfield or an ottoman, John Merrick's remains, a monkey or just eat a lot more Kraft dinner. 

Whatever you want, this Friday's record breaking Lotto Max draw could help you with whatever your heart desires.

The big jackpot is an estimated $60 million (jackpots are capped at $60 million due to player preference), with 50 additional Maxmillions $1 million dollar prizes.

The estimated $110 million total will break the previous prize pool record of $102 million set in August 2016 and matched in January 2017.

"This is not only the biggest prize offering in Lotto Max history, but the biggest prize offering for any single lottery draw in Canadian history," Randy Weyersberg, Ontario Lottery and Gaming Corporation vice president of marketing and planning, told CTVNews.ca

If you want a million dollars to buy your Picasso or Garfunkel, know that the odds of winning the Lotto Max jackpot are pegged at one in 28.6 million per $5 play. The overall odds of winning any prize are one in 6.6.

If you are looking for an advantage you may want to take a trip out of the province to buy your ticket.

The last $60 million jackpot was won on February 23, 2018 in Newfoundland, and of the 12 times the $60 million jackpot has been won, five of them were taken home by Ontarians.

If you'd like to get rich quick and take advantage of all the fanciest Dijon ketchups, you have until 10:30 p.m. ET on Friday to get in on the action.

- With files from the Barenaked Ladies