How to Claim a Prize

How to Claim an iLottery Prize

  • Prizes Up to $599
    • Prizes up to $599 will be automatically deposited into your account.
    • To see your prize details, go to My Account > My Activity > Game History or My Account > My Activity > Financial Activity

  • Prizes $600 or larger
    • For same-day claims of certain game wins (Play3/Play4 Day, Keno), please call 860-713-2680 to confirm that your check is ready for pickup. Otherwise, prizes for all games will be available on the next business day.
    •  If you win a prize $600 or larger, you will receive an email notifying you that you won a prize. Prizes $600 or larger will not be automatically deposited into your account.
    • Prizes of $600 or larger MUST be claimed in person at CT Lottery Headquarters at 15 Sterling Drive, Wallingford, CT 06492. CT Lottery Headquarters will accept claims between 8:30AM and 4:30PM, Monday through Friday, excluding state holidays.
    • In order to claim your prize you must provide two valid forms of identification, one of which must be a government issued photo ID. Acceptable forms of identification are:
      • Current State-issued Driver’s License with Photo (Please Note: A “Drive Only” (DO) license may not be used as ID.)
      • Social Security Card
      • Passport
      • Credit/Debit Card with Signature
      • Work ID with Photo and Name
      • Government-issued or State-issued Photo ID
      • College Student ID
      • State-issued Permits
      • Military ID
      • Permanent Resident Card
      • Alien Registration Card

    • Winning amounts over $600 are subject to the iLottery Account Terms and Conditions and all applicable state and federal law.
    • In connection with claiming a prize, you may be asked to provide your Social Security number. Pursuant to Section 7(b) of the Privacy Act of 1974, we note that this disclosure is voluntary, but failure to provide the Social Security number may impact the ability to claim a prize. Any request for a Social Security number is authorized by the Internal Revenue Code, Informational Publication 2011 (28) and Informational Publication 2015 (23) of the Connecticut Department of Revenue Services and will be used primarily for reporting tax withholdings as required by law.
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