Winner Claim Form
Congratulations on winning the Lottery! If you’re claiming a prize valued at $600 or more, you will need to complete a Florida Lottery Claim Form either in your name or the desired entity’s name. There are several ways to obtain one of these forms:
- Download and print from one of the below links: Winner Claim Form: EnglishSpanish Entity Winner Claim Form: EnglishSpanish
- Visit any Florida Lottery district office and ask for a Claim Form.
- Visit any authorized Florida Lottery retailer and ask for a Claim Form.
We know you’re eager to claim your prize, but any missing or incorrect information will cause a delay in receiving your winnings. View or download our Top 10 Common Claim Errors document to avoid these common mistakes.
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NOTICE: All California Lottery District Offices are temporarily closed to the public effective December 7, 2020 following the California Regional Stay at Home order issued on December 3, 2020. Please see below for prize claiming options.
You have two ways to collect your prize:
Option 1: Visit a Lottery retailer
Just take your winning ticket to a Lottery retailer and the clerk will hand you cash on the spot. Talk about easy!
Option 2: Mail your winning ticket and claim form
Download the Claim Form (PDF) or pick one up at any Lottery retail location or District Office. Fill out and sign the claim form, and don’t forget to sign your winning ticket, too! Mail the original ticket and the signed claim form (along with the Claim Authorization Receipt from a retailer, if you have it ) to:
We recommend sending everything by certified mail and saving a copy of every item you submit. We’re not responsible for mail, tickets or claim forms that are late, lost, damaged, misdirected, misaddressed, incomplete or illegible. So, protect your prize by keeping a copy of your winning ticket and claim form. And always sign the back of your ticket.
Your draw game ticket must be postmarked or received by Lottery offices within 180 days of the winning draw date, except that, in the case of Mega Millions and Powerball Jackpots, the tickets must be postmarked or received within one year from the winning draw date. Scratchers ® tickets must be postmarked or received by Lottery offices within 180 days of the announced end of game date.
State law prohibits the sale of a Lottery ticket or the payment of a prize to anyone under 18. Tickets failing validation are void.
All California State Lottery game tickets, transactions, claims and prize payments are subject to California State law and the California State Lottery rules and regulations. By participating, you agree to comply with all laws and Lottery rules and regulations.You’ve Won! Now claim California Lottery prizes $599 and under at any Lottery retailer or by mail. For prizes $600 and over or 2nd Chance prizes, see instructions provided here. ]]>