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  • As per the rules of the Vermont Lottery, your lottery ticket is a bearer instrument, which means anyone who possesses the ticket is the winner.
  • It is mandatory to double-check your numbers and sign the back of your ticket for authentication.
  • You can claim your Vermont Lottery prizes before the deadline, i.e. 365 days from the date of the drawing, else your winnings will be fortified.
  • If you are mailing your winning ticket, it is mandatory to complete the claim form and attach a copy of your signed government-issued ID card (including driver's license, U.S. passport, passport issued by a foreign government, social security number, etc.) and send it all.
  • Before mailing the winning ticket, ensure you possess a photocopy of all the documents, including claim form and the winning ticket for a valid proof.
  • The lottery authorities are not responsible for mail, tickets, or claim forms that are late, damaged, misdirected, misaddressed, incomplete, or illegible.
  • Prizes more than $5,000 are subject to Federal withholding of 24% at the time of claiming.

Prizes Up To $499

  • Prizes up to $499 or less should be claimed at any licensed Vermont Lottery retailer or at the Vermont Lottery Headquarters in Berlin.
  • It is mandatory to sign the back of your ticket before redeeming.

Prizes Of $500 To $5000

  • Lottery Prizes above $500 to $5000 can be claimed by visiting Vermont Lottery Headquarters in Berlin, Vermont, or at any People's United Bank located in Vermont.
  • Your winning ticket must be signed by you and should be submitted with a complete claim form and valid identification.
  • The claim form is available at any authorized Vermont Lottery Agent, Vermont Lottery Headquarters in Berlin, or at any People's United Bank located in Vermont.
  • Federal income tax of 24% and Vermont State Income taxes of 6% on winnings of $600 or more are levied if the winners do not furnish a correct TIN.

Prizes $5,000 and Above

  • Lottery Prizes above $5000 can be claimed in-person by visiting the Vermont Lottery Headquarters in Berlin, Vermont.
  • Your winning ticket must be signed by you and should be submitted with a complete claim form and valid identification.
  • The claim form is available at any authorized Vermont Lottery Agent, Vermont Lottery Headquarters in Berlin, or at any People's United Bank located in Vermont.

Vermont Lottery Mailing Address

1311 US Route 302, Suite 100
Barre, VT 05641

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