Wyoming Lottery Corporation
Phone: (307) 432-9300
- Opening times:
- Monday to Friday - -
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Lucky for Life
A quick summary of all Wyoming State Lottery Games.
|Cowboy Draw||Jackpot||5 from 1-45||1:45 p.m.|
|Powerball||Jackpot||5 from 1-69 + 1 from 1-26||7:59 p.m.|
|Mega Millions||Jackpot||5 from 1-70 + 1 from 1-25||8:00 p.m.|
|Lucky for Life||Top Prize||5 from 1-48 + 1 from 1-18||7:30 p.m.|
Find out when each draw takes place.
|Cowboy Draw||2:00 p.m.||2:00 p.m.|
|Powerball||8:59 p.m.||8:59 p.m.|
|Mega Millions||9:00 p.m.||9:00 p.m.|
|Lucky for Life||8:38 p.m.||8:38 p.m.|
|All times displayed in Wyoming local time.|
Wyoming Lottery allows players to purchase tickets for consecutive lottery draws in advance.
|Cowboy Draw||20 draws|
|Mega Millions||20 draws|
|Lucky for Life||20 draws|
Here's the normal process for claiming prizes in Wyoming.
It normally takes around three business days to process the claim (from the moment the claim is received), but please allow at least two weeks to make sure the claim is received.
All prizes must be claimed within 1 year of the drawing date. It is required to present a social security number in order to claim any lottery winnings over $600.
1620 Central Avenue, Suite 100 Cheyenne, WY 82001
Here are the taxes withheld by the Wyoming Lottery from all lottery winnings claimed within the state.
|Over $5,000||State Tax||0%|
Branded as WyoLotto, The Wyoming Lottery Corporation is a lottery that is based out of Cheyenne, Wyoming and it started its operations back in July 2013, having been signed into law in March 2013.
Tickets went on sale on August 24, 2014, and close to $200,000 was raised in a single day. By the end of its first month, the Wyoming State Lottery had reached $1.8 million, far exceeding expectations. A nine-member board of directors governs the Wyoming Lottery Corporation and the Governor, Matt Mead, personally selects each one of them. Jon Clontz, former Oregon State Lottery COO was selected to be the Wyoming Lottery’s first CEO. The first $6 million in revenue that was raised through lottery ticket sales in the state went toward paying back start-up loans and city governments around the state.
Today, proceeds from ticket sales go toward the state’s Education Trust Fund to assist K-12 programs. Players must be 18 years old or older to purchase Wyoming Lottery tickets and redeem their prizes.
Phone Number (Toll-Free):
(855) 995-6886 (855 WY LOTTO)
Anyone over the age of 18 years old can play the Wyoming Lottery and claim prizes.
You need to visit the Wyoming Lottery headquarters in Cheyenne or contact them at (307) 432-9300 for more information.
You will also need to complete a claim form and take that along with your winning ticket and an attached copy of your driver’s license and social security card to redeem your prize. For prizes of $600 or less, you can visit an authorized Wyoming Lottery retailer.
We recommend that you consult with a lawyer or financial advisor before claiming any big lottery winnings, as they can be of great assistance during the claim process.
Unlike many U.S. States, the state of Wyoming will honor requests for anonymity from winners, so no one needs to know you won.
The Wyoming lottery boasts all the big jackpot games, giving residents in Wyoming plenty of chances to win life-changing amounts. You can play Lucky for Life, Powerball, Mega Millions, and Cowboy Draw.
The net proceeds of the Wyoming State Lottery go to the Wyoming state treasury. From there, it is distributed to cities, towns, and counties to be used to support various causes.
Winners have 180 days from the date of the draw to redeem their winning tickets in the state of Wyoming.
Yes. If you win a lottery prize in Wyoming, you’ll need to pay income, state, and federal taxes. For certain prizes, the Wyoming Lottery is required to withhold a percentage for tax purposes.
Yes, the Wyoming Lottery allows you to purchase tickets for a number of consecutive draws in advance. Check our Advanced Draws section to find out how many draws you can play in advance for each game.
Lottery tickets are bearer instruments, which means if you don’t sign the back of your ticket, anyone can claim the winnings. Always sign the back of your tickets right away and keep them somewhere safe.
No, you can only purchase tickets at licensed lottery retailers in the state of Wyoming.
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