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New Hampshire Lottery

In 1963, New Hampshire's state legislature greenlit sweepstakes to generate funds for educational purposes, marking it as the pioneering state in the U.S. to manage a lottery.

Starting in 1964, New Hampshire began selling lottery tickets. Later, the state incorporated Powerball in 1995 and Mega Millions in 2010 into its lottery lineup.

The New Hampshire Lottery has since channeled profits exceeding $2 billion towards the state's educational projects. The lottery portfolio encompasses a variety of offerings, including draw games, instant scratch-off tickets, and rapid play games.

  • To participate in the New Hampshire Lottery, how old should I be?

    You should be at least 18 years of age and be present within New Hampshire boundaries to buy and claim lottery tickets. Residency in the state isn't a requirement.
  • How are the proceeds from the New Hampshire Lottery utilized?

    The earnings from the New Hampshire Lottery are channeled to support the state's public education system. For every dollar expended on lottery games, approximately 25 cents is dedicated to this purpose.
  • Can I purchase lottery tickets digitally or through other means?

    While you can buy Powerball or Mega Millions tickets via the New Hampshire Lottery's official website or its mobile app, purchasing through phone or mail is not permitted.
  • Which lottery games are available in New Hampshire?

    In New Hampshire, you have the options of playing Pick 3, Pick 4, Tri-State Megabucks, Gimme 5, Powerball, Lucky for Life, and Mega Millions.
  • Is it possible for me to stay anonymous after winning a lottery prize?

    Your name, hometown, and winning amount will typically be disclosed to the public. However, before claiming substantial winnings, we recommend seeking legal advice. There may be ways, such as claiming through a trust, to maintain some level of privacy.
  • What is the deadline for claiming my winnings?

    You have a one-year window, starting from the date of the draw, to collect your prize.
  • Are New Hampshire Lottery prizes subject to taxation?

    Yes, lottery winnings in New Hampshire are subject to federal income tax. Any winnings exceeding $599 are reported to the IRS by the New Hampshire Lottery. Additionally, federal taxes may be withheld for specific lottery prizes. For comprehensive tax-related information, please refer to our Tax Information section.
  • Is it possible to make advance purchases of lottery tickets?

    Certainly. Depending on the specific lottery game, you can buy tickets for several consecutive draws in advance.
  • What should I do if my ticket is lost, stolen, or damaged?

    The New Hampshire Lottery is not liable for lost, damaged, or stolen tickets. It's essential to keep your tickets in a secure location. Additionally, signing your ticket can provide proof of ownership in case it is misplaced.