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Congratulations, you've just won the Lottery! There are a few options to choose from when claiming your prize. Read below for more information, and get ready to celebrate! 

At a Lottery Retailer

All Lottery retailers can pay you for game prizes up to and including $600 for draw games and Scratch-itSM games, and all video prizes except Platinum Series jackpots.

At the Lottery Offices in Salem or Wilsonville

Game prizes over $600 for draw games and scratch-its are paid at the Lottery offices. Prizes under $50,000 can be claimed at either the Salem or Wilsonville office. Prizes $50,000 and greater need to be claimed at the main Lottery office in Salem. All video prizes except Platinum Series jackpots, may be claimed at the retailer where won. Draw game prizes over $600 may be collected at the Lottery offices in the same day, except for prizes of $50,000 or higher-- these prizes may be claimed at the Salem office beginning the next business day or may be claimed via mail.

Beginning Jan. 1, 2018, the Oregon Lottery will withhold 8 percent state taxes on all prizes of $1,500 and more.

Q. Why is the Lottery doing this?
A. We're complying with a state law that takes effect Jan. 1, 2018.

Q. How will this affect my prize?
A. For all prizes of $1,500 and more, the Lottery will pay your prize minus the 8 percent state tax.

Non-Video Lottery prizes over $5,000 will have both 8 percent state and 25 percent federal taxes withheld.

For Video Lottery prizes over $5,000, only the 8 percent state taxes are withheld.

Q. Will the Lottery give me a W2G for my records?
A. Of course! You will receive it at the time of prize payment.

In the Mail with a Winner Claim Form

If you want to claim prizes over $600 via mail, you must read and complete the Winner Claim Form. Please mail your claims to the Lottery Headquarters in Salem. Wilsonville does not process mail-in claims and the claims will be delayed if mailed to Wilsonville.

Please print the claim form and complete all information. The original ticket and completed Winner Claim Form must be claimed via mail or in person at the Oregon Lottery. 

Printing Instructions:

While using Adobe Reader, please select File/Print/Page Scaling/None. 

Winner Claim Forms may not be faxed or e-mailed to the Lottery. 
The Oregon Lottery attempts to ensure that the winning numbers for each (Lucky LinesSM, Oregon’s Game MegabucksSM, Win for LifeSM, Powerball®, RaffleSM, Mega Millions®, Pick 4SM and Keno) drawings are posted correctly on this web site. However, posted numbers are unofficial. The only official source for verifying winning numbers on a player's ticket is through the Oregon Lottery's central computer system. To confirm that an Oregon Lottery ticket is a winner, please have the ticket validated through a lottery sales terminal at any retailer or at the Lottery Headquarters in Salem (OAR 177-070-0035). Players have one year from the date of the drawing for which the ticket was purchased to claim any prizes from that drawing. (OAR 177-070-0025).
Claim Form

Claim Form

Main Office - Salem

All Oregon Lottery prize winners can redeem their winning tickets at the main office in Salem. 

Operating Hours

8 AM—5 PM
Excluding statewide and holiday closures

TTY: 503-540-1068


Street Address
500 Airport Road SE
Salem OR 97301

Mailing Address
PO Box 12649
Salem OR 97309

Wilsonville Payment Center

All Oregon Lottery prizes less than $50,000 can be claimed at the Wilsonville Payment Center. Prizes of $50,000 and greater can only be redeemed at the main Lottery office in Salem. Lottery games are not available for purchase at the Wilsonville Payment Center. Mail in claims are not processed in Wilsonville, please be sure to mail claims to Salem.

Operating Hours
8:30 AM—4:30 PM 
Excluding statewide and holiday closures

9760 SW Wilsonville Road Suite #130 (exit 283 on I-5)

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