Oklahoma Lottery Commission
The OK Lottery started in 2005. Since the lottery’s start in 2005, the Oklahoma Lottery has contributed over $1.18 BILLION to Oklahoma Education. Each month, lottery funds go into the Oklahoma Education Lottery Trust Fund where it is gets divided up into school budgets by the State Legislature and allocated for use by the District Administration.
Oklahoma lottery offers several different games, including Powerball. Lotto America,
Lucky for Life and Mega Millions which are multi-state lottery games. Lotto America jackpots start at $2 million, while Powerball and Mega
Millions start off at $20 million. If a lottery player ad on the Powerplay for
Powerball or the Megaplier for Mega Millions, you can increase your prize
earnings except the jackpot amounts stay the same. Lucky for Life players can
win a top prize of $1,000 a day for life if they match all the winning numbers.
The Oklahoma State Lottery also offers Pick 3: a daily lottery game in which players pick three numbers and can win up to $500 and Pick 4: a daily lottery game in which players pick four numbers and can win up to $5,000. Cash 5 is also offered by the state of Oklahoma and is a daily lottery game in which players pick five numbers and can win up to $25,000.
In addition to lottery ticket games the state of Oklahoma also has scratch off instant-win lottery games that come in a variety of themes and prize levels.
sales of the state of Oklahoma continue
to grow, the Oklahoma Lottery will give more back to the community and help
benefit students and teachers across the state.
In In FY2022, the Oklahoma Lottery paid out over $213 MILLION in total prizes to players. More than $22.4 MILLION was paid in commission to retailers across the state. Also, the Oklahoma Lottery net sales totaled more than $350.3 MILLION, bringing a large boost to the state's economy from ticket sales and scratch-off tickets.
300 N Broadway Ave, Oklahoma City, OK 73102
Phone: (405) 522-7700
For all prizes over $5,000, state and federal taxes will be withheld from lottery winnings claimed in Oklahoma by U.S. citizens or residents.
|Over $5,000||State Tax||4%|
If the winner is not a U.S. citizen or resident, the Oklahoma Lottery withholds a greater amount of taxes.
|Over $600||State Tax||8%|
The state of Oklahoma funds goes to fund Education. Each fiscal year, the first $65 million contributed by the Lottery will be used as follows:
Any additional profit above $65 million goes to the Teacher Empowerment Fund. These funds go to match the dollars that local school districts contribute to certify advanced, lead and master teachers. It helps give teachers a raise, promotion and helps teachers stay in the classroom and help stem a teacher shortage that impacts schools across the state.
Unfortunately, you cannot remain anonymous in the state of Oklahoma if you win the lottery by matching winning lottery numbers. The Oklahoma lottery commission must publicly disclose the winning persons first name and the first initial of their last name.
Yes, you can claim lottery winnings in a trust. Under Oklahoma law, a lottery winner can remain anonymous and claim the prize through a trust if the trust's beneficiaries are disclosed to the Oklahoma Lottery Commission.
Unfortunately, you cannot purchase Oklahoma Lottery tickets online. Tickets must be purchased in person at an authorized retailer.
is a way to play Powerball or Mega Millions. You can buy it at exclusively at
dollar general logo stores. Once you scratch the tickets you can see your
Powerball or Mega Millions numbers, which are valid for the next draw date. You can check the OK Lottery app
or site to see if your QUICKTICKET is a winner.
Lottery players can buy lottery ticket at authorized retailers throughout the state. Most convenience stores, gas stations, and grocery stores offers OK lotto tickets.
Prizes up to and including $599 can be claimed at any authorized Oklahoma Lottery retailer. Prizes of $600 or more must be claimed at an Oklahoma Lottery Claim Center or by mail.
In the state of Oklahoma, you must be 18 years of age or older to play the Oklahoma Lottery and redeem a prize. Additionally, you may be asked to provide a government issued photo ID to verify that you are 18 years old or older.
Yes, you must pay taxes.
Oklahoma Lottery tax withholdings on winnings for U.S. citizens or residents If you win over $5,000, you must pay a state tax of 4% and a federal tax of 24%, which brings a total of 28% for both federal and state taxes. If you are not a U.S. citizen or resident, the Oklahoma Lottery withholds a greater amount of taxes.
Oklahoma Lottery tax withholdings on winnings for non-U.S. citizens or non-residents for winnings over $600 are 8% for state tax and 30% for federal tax.
In order to
claim a lottery jackpot, jackpot winners
are required to bring a government-issued photo ID, Social Security number,
mailing address, date of birth, phone number and banking information, when
Yes, Oklahoma did have a Powerball winner. On February 8th, 2018, an Oklahoma man won the $451 million Powerball jackpot by matching all the Powerball numbers on his winning Powerball Ticket. At the time, this was the second-largest jackpot in the game’s history. He split the prize with another co-winner in Pennsylvania, each receiving $227 million before taxes.
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