Vermont (VT) Lottery Results & Winning Numbers

Gimme 5

Tuesday, May 21, 2024

  • 5
  • 8
  • 11
  • 33
  • 34
NEXT DRAW

Wed, May 22, 2024

USD 100,000
Megabucks Plus

Monday, May 20, 2024

  • 11
  • 14
  • 20
  • 32
  • 35
  • 3
NEXT DRAW

Wed, May 22, 2024

USD 2.68 Million
Pick 3 Evening

Tuesday, May 21, 2024

  • 0
  • 4
  • 9
NEXT DRAW

Wed, May 22, 2024

USD 500
Pick 3 Midday

Tuesday, May 21, 2024

  • 6
  • 6
  • 4
NEXT DRAW

Wed, May 22, 2024

USD 500
Pick 4 Midday

Tuesday, May 21, 2024

  • 6
  • 3
  • 6
  • 8
NEXT DRAW

Wed, May 22, 2024

USD 5,000
Pick 4 Evening

Tuesday, May 21, 2024

  • 1
  • 6
  • 1
  • 9
NEXT DRAW

Wed, May 22, 2024

USD 5,000
Powerball

Monday May 20, 2024

  • 1
  • 7
  • 48
  • 64
  • 68
  • 5
Power Play: 2X
NEXT DRAW

Wednesday, May 22, 2024

USD 100 Million
Mega Millions

Tuesday May 21, 2024

  • 2
  • 5
  • 8
  • 28
  • 69
  • 14
Megaplier: 2X
NEXT DRAW

Friday, May 24, 2024

USD 453 Million
Lucky for Life

Tuesday May 21, 2024

  • 5
  • 13
  • 24
  • 41
  • 48
  • 15
NEXT DRAW

Wednesday, May 22, 2024

USD 1,000 a day for life

If you have ever played a lottery in New Hampshire or Maine, it will be easy for you to deal with the drawing schedule in Vermont, as it is also a part of the Tri-State Lottery. For the newbies, we provide this table. So, sort it all out and make up your gambling plan!

GameSunMonTueWedThuFriSatTime zone
Pick 3 Midday01:10 p.m.01:10 p.m.01:10 p.m.01:10 p.m.01:10 p.m.01:10 p.m.01:10 p.m.Eastern Time Zone
Pick 3 Evening06:59 p.m.06:59 p.m.06:59 p.m.06:59 p.m.06:59 p.m.06:59 p.m.06:59 p.m.Eastern Time Zone
Pick 4 Midday01:10 p.m.01:10 p.m.01:10 p.m.01:10 p.m.01:10 p.m.01:10 p.m.01:10 p.m.Eastern Time Zone
Pick 4 Evening06:55 p.m.06:55 p.m.06:55 p.m.06:55 p.m.06:55 p.m.06:55 p.m.06:55 p.m.Eastern Time Zone
Gimme 5 07:00 p.m.07:00 p.m.07:00 p.m.07:00 p.m.07:00 p.m. Eastern Time Zone
Megabucks   07:59 p.m.  07:59 p.m.Eastern Time Zone
Lucky for Life10:38 p.m.10:38 p.m.10:38 p.m.10:38 p.m.10:38 p.m.10:38 p.m.10:38 p.m.Eastern Time Zone
Powerball 10:59 p.m. 10:59 p.m.  10:59 p.m.Eastern Time Zone
Mega Millions  11:00 p.m.  11:00 p.m. Eastern Time Zone

Vermont Games Details

Vermont invites you to have a good Pick-type game and try your luck in some other lotto games. Here, you can enjoy unique Tri-State games and multi-jurisdictional lotteries. Choose what you want depending on your style of gambling and your preferences. Read more about the Quick Pick method, learn how lottery odds work, and see the lotto predictions. All this knowledge will help you fulfill your dream and eventually win the prize.

GamePrize typeGame FormatWhen You Can Buy Tickets
Pick 3Fixed Prizes3 from 0-9Until 01:00 p.m. ETZ/06:45 p.m. ETZ prior to the draw
Pick 4Fixed Prizes4 from 0-9Until 01:00 p.m. ETZ/06:45 p.m. ETZ prior to the draw
Gimme 5Fixed Prizes5 from 1-39Until 06:45 p.m. ETZ prior on drawing dates
MegabucksRolling-over Jackpot & Fixed Lower-Tier Prizes5 from 1-41 + 1 from 1-6 (Mega Ball)Until 07:50 p.m. ETZ on drawing dates
Lucky For LifeFixed Prizes (Jackpot $1,000 a day for life)5 from 1-48 + 1 from 1-18 (Lucky Ball)Until 09:30 p.m. ETZ on the day the draw is held
PowerballProgressive Jackpot & Fixed Lower-Tier Prizes5 from 1-69 + 1 from 1-26 (Lucky Ball)Until 09:50 p.m. ETZ on the day the draw is held
Mega MillionsProgressive Jackpot & Fixed Lower-Tier Prizes5 from 1-70 + 1 from 1-25 (Megaball)Until 09:50 p.m. ETZ on drawing dates

Vermont Advanced Draws

The range of consecutive draws between 20 and 30 that the Vermont Lottery provides is a good idea, as you can stay within any game you like for three, six, or even ten weeks. Each lottery has its own Multi-Draw option, so check out the opportunities in the table below. Also, remember the six luckiest lottery numbers and the most common winning combinations to make the right choice.

GameMaximum advanced draws
Pick 321 (or up to 42 draws for both midday and evening draws)
Pick 421 (or up to 42 draws for both midday and evening draws)
Gimme 530
Megabucks20
Lucky for Life20
Powerball20
Mega Millions20

How to Buy Lottery Tickets Online in Vermont?

For the time being, there are no ways for players to purchase lottery tickets through the Internet in Vermont, though playing by subscription is allowed for Mega Millions and Megabucks. The Vermont Lottery is working on this issue and asks its players to follow the news. Still, you don’t need to waste your time waiting; the trusted online lottery websites offer Powerball and Mega Millions ticket purchases for more winning chances day by day!

Check Vermont Lottery Tickets

The sources where you can see the results of the Vermont Lottery draws are very diverse and include the following options:

  1. Traditionally, the winning numbers appear on the official Vermont Lottery website.
  2. The Lottery’s hotline at 1-800-322-8800 (in VT) or 802-479-5686 is at your service.
  3. You can watch the Mega Millions and Powerball live draws on WCAX.
  4. The crawls of the winning numbers can be found on the local TV and radio stations and in the local newspapers.
  5. The winning combinations always wait for you on our site. Just open the page with the preferred lottery and check the results.

Claim Lottery Winnings in Vermont

We can’t imagine what you plan to spend your winnings on, knowing the great news about your numbers. In any case, we believe you’ll become happier, exactly as many other winners have, according to the lottery statistics. However, we know for sure that you must collect this money within 365 calendar days. Otherwise, your ticket will expire. The claiming process is quite simple, and below we provide clear instructions.

Claiming OptionHow to Collect a Prize
Claim in Person

The personal prize claims can be provided in one of the following ways:

  1. Turn to an authorized Vermont Lottery agent if your prize doesn’t exceed $499.
  2. If your winnings are between $500 and $5,000, visit the Vermont Lottery Headquarters in Berlin or any People’s United Bank division across Vermont.
  3. The big wins must be claimed only at the Vermont Lottery Headquarters in Berlin.

As usual, you ought to provide the documents to get your money redeemed, and the list is quite traditional:

  • your winning ticket (sign it on the back);
  • the winner’s claim form;
  • a valid form of your identification (a driver’s license, a passport, a U.S. Armed Service ID, etc.);
  • proof of your taxpayer identification number.
Claim by Mail

If claiming by mail is your choice, the steps are the following:

  1. Sign your winning ticket and print your name, phone number, and address on its back.
  2. If your prize is $499 or less, please provide your date of birth, citizenship, SSN, and association with any Vermont Lottery agent, if there is any.
  3. Mail your ticket and the claim form to the Vermont Lottery (1311 US Route 302, Suite 100, Barre, VT 05641-2399).
Claim by Drop OffNo
Claim Lottery Winnings OnlineNo

Vermont Lottery Claim Form

For proper claiming, you must prepare and complete the official Vermont Lottery form. Let’s see how it can be handled:

  1. Download the Vermont Lottery’s official claim form and have its paper version.
  2. Read all the instructions for claimants to figure out all the details.
  3. Complete the items where your personal information is sought.
  4. Copy the serial number of your ticket in the appropriate line.
  5. Mark the proper answers concerning your residence and the retailer that sold you the ticket.
  6. Check the data and sign your claim.

In the form, you will find information about the ways of claiming and the Vermont Lottery HQ working hours, so you can arrange your visit right on the spot.

Vermont Lottery Office Locations

LocationAddressPhoneOpening Time
 Vermont Lottery Headquarters1311 US Route 302, Berlin, VT 056411-800-322-8800 / 802 479-5686Monday – Friday: 07:45 a.m. – 04:30 p.m. Eastern Time

Vermont Lottery Rules and Laws

The Vermont Lottery came into being in 1977, according to Public Act No. 82 enacted by the General Assembly. In 1985, its Tri-State Lottery partnership, together with Maine and New Hampshire, began, and the first game of this commission, Megabucks, was introduced. Today, the Tri-State compact includes four draw games, though they can join any multi-state lotteries and establish their own thrills. As for Vermont, the gambling rules here are the following:

  • The minimum legal gambling age in Vermont is 18, just like in the other Tri-State Lottery members.
  • As Vermont is a member of the Tri-State Lottery, its in-house game drawings are also held in New Hampshire, as appointed by the joint decision of all three states.
  • Classic number balls and drawing machines are used for all the lotteries.
  • In Vermont, you can play Megabucks and Mega Millions by subscription.

Vermont Tax on Lottery Winnings

The tax on lottery prizes in Vermont starts when you win $5,000 or more. The deduction rules are very distinct, so you can sort them out at the click of your fingers. Just see the tables below. The lottery payout and tax calculator will help you check your calculations.

Lottery Taxes on Vermont Winnings for U.S. Citizens and Residents

PrizeTax TypeTax Percentage
$600-$5,000The withholdings will follow if you don’t provide your TIN.
$5,000 and overState tax6%
Federal tax24%
Total30%

Please note that if you don’t furnish your correct taxpayer identification number, the deductions will be strict. The state withholds 28% federal tax and 6.72% state tax from any amounts over $600 in these situations, so responsible winners get more!

Lottery Taxes on Vermont Winnings for Non-U.S. Citizens and Residents

PrizeTax TypeTax Percentage
$600 and overState tax7.2%
Federal tax30%
Total37.2%

Besides, you must report your winnings on Form 1042-S. It will be issued for you, so you don’t need to search for it on your own.

FAQs About Vermont Lotteries

The time the lottery ticket sales are cut off differs, so see the information for each game separately on the Vermont Lottery website or check the schedules on this page.

Though there is no official data on this, you can trace the lucky locations on the Winners page.

You can! Feel free to use your debit cards when paying for lottery tickets in Vermont.

There are Tri-State lotteries and multi-jurisdictional games you can play here. The pool includes Pick 3, Pick 4, Megabucks, Gimme 5, Powerball, and Mega Millions.

The key withholdings of 24% federal tax and 6% state tax start at $5,000. Please furnish your TIN; otherwise, the deductions will be even higher.

Some states allow this, but Vermont plays another game. So, the tickets for the Tri-State lotteries can only be purchased at the local lottery agents. But, still, you can purchase tickets for national lotteries if you visit trusted online lotto sites.

As soon as you provide the personal information in the winner claim form, it becomes a public record, so anonymity is not allowed. The only chance to avoid publicity is to claim your winnings in trust. Also, you may find useful insights among our tips on how to not reveal your name after a lotto win.

You must be at least 18 to gamble in Vermont.

You can claim it for 12 months after the winning draw, though the sooner the better.

Yes, just like the winning ticket in all the US states where gambling is on the run.

Everything is sad and simple; you can’t claim your prize. If you win a few dollars, that may not be the end of the world, but if you win the jackpot, your unclaimed ticket turns into the biggest loss. So, protect it by signing on the backside and keeping it in a safe place.

The list of Vermont Lottery income distribution points includes prize payouts, lottery expenses, operating expenses, and the profit to the Vermont Education Fund.

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