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About the Vermont Lottery

The Vermont Lottery made its debut in 1978, introducing the Green Mountain Game. Later that same year, instant tickets were introduced, and in 1980, Pick 3 was introduced as well.

Before July 1998, all profits from ticket sales were channeled into the state's general fund. Since that time, proceeds have been specifically allocated to support state education funding. Vermont collaborates with Maine and New Hampshire in the Tri-State Lottery, jointly operating five games.

  • What is the duration within which I must claim my winnings?

    You have a timeframe of 365 days from the draw date to collect your winnings.
  • What should I do if my ticket is lost, damaged, or stolen?

    The Vermont Lottery holds no liability for tickets that are lost, damaged, or stolen. Ensuring the security of your ticket is crucial. By affixing your signature on the ticket, you can establish ownership in case it goes missing.
  • Is it possible to buy lottery tickets through mail, phone, or online?

    No, the acquisition of tickets is solely permitted through licensed retailers.
  • Are Vermont Lottery prizes subject to taxation?

    Yes, lottery winnings in Vermont are liable to both state and federal taxes. If your lottery prize amounts to $600 or more, the Vermont Lottery Headquarters will provide you with tax forms.
  • What is the minimum age for participating in the Vermont Lottery?

    Individuals must be at least 18 years old to buy and redeem lottery tickets in Vermont.
  • Which lottery games are available to play in Vermont?

    Vermont offers an array of lottery games including Tri-State Megabucks, Pick 3, Pick 4, Lucky for Life, Mega Millions, Gimme 5, and Powerball.
  • Is it possible to retain my anonymity if I win a lottery prize?

    No, it's not possible to remain anonymous as the information of winners who claim a prize is made publicly available.
  • Is it feasible to purchase lottery tickets ahead of time?

    Indeed, the Vermont Lottery permits the purchase of tickets for multiple successive draws in advance. For additional details, refer to our Advanced Draws section.
  • How are the funds from the Vermont Lottery utilized?

    The revenue generated from the sale of lottery tickets is allocated to support diverse educational endeavors within the state.