Here are the taxes withheld by the Wyoming Lottery from all lottery winnings claimed within the state.
|Over $5,000||State Tax||0%|
The Wyoming Lottery was established in August 2013
Wyoming Lottery offers a variety of games, including Powerball, Mega Millions,
Lucky for Life, 2by2 and Cowboy Draw
You can purchase Wyoming Lottery tickets at authorized retailers throughout the state, including convenience stores, gas stations, and grocery stores
Yes, you can purchase a Wyoming Lottery ticket regardless of your state of residence
you have won a prize from the Wyoming Lottery, you can claim it at any
authorized retailer or at the Wyoming Lottery office in Cheyenne. Prizes over
$599 must be claimed at the Wyoming Lottery office
Yes, you must be at least 18 years old to purchase or claim a Wyoming Lottery ticket
If you win the WY lottery you can remain anonymous or give permission to share some information
The state of Wyoming has over 441 retailers across the state
Currently the WyoLotto does not have a winner’s club, however, please continue to visit wyolotto.com and social media pages for an announcement if the WyoLotto decides to do so
in the state of Wyoming, winning tickets are redeemable for a limited time only 180 days
in the state of Wyoming, you can only purchase lottery tickets with cash
The Wyoming Lottery net proceeds go to the Wyoming State Treasurer, who then distributed the net proceeds to cities, towns, and counties.
$118,613,633 total winnings to WyoLotto players.
The WyoLotto also sponsor events across Wyoming, from Evanston to Gillette, Sheridan to Cheyenne and providers hundreds of thousands to local media agencies and outlets.
If you plan to claim a prize over $600, you need to make an appointment by calling 307.432.9300 and bring the required documents which include filling out the claim form which can be found here. You also need a photo ID, social security card and signed winning ticket.
The Wyoming Lottery
1620 Central Ave, Suite 100
Cheyenne, WY 8200
Prizes must be claimed by the person who signed the back of the winning ticket. The ticket cannot be claimed by trusts and other non-person entities.
To claim prizes of $600 or more by mail, include copies of your official photo ID and your social security card along with your claim form and winning ticket.
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