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About the Vermont Lottery
The Vermont Lottery officially began in October 1977 with the intention of producing “the maximum amount of net revenue consonant with the dignity of the state and the general welfare of the people.” Their first game went on sale in February 1978.
Today, the Vermont Lottery remains committed to contributing all proceeds to Vermont's Education Fund.
Vermont Lottery Tickets
Vermont Lottery tickets can be purchased from any authorized retailer within the state of Vermont.
Winning tickets can be redeemed up to 365 calendar days after the winning draw. For instant scratch games, winners have a full year after the official close of a game to claim their prize.
Can I buy VT Lottery tickets online?
No. Vermont Lottery tickets cannot be purchased through the internet. However, it is possible to obtain a subscription to Vermont Lottery's Megabucks game, as well as Powerball and Mega Millions, through the mail as long as you have a Vermont mailing address.
Vermont Lottery Games and Drawing Schedule
With excellent odds of winning and a rolling jackpot that reaches multi-million dollar levels, Vermont's Tri-State Megabucks is a game that you shouldn't miss. To play, you must pick 5 numbers from 1 to 41, plus an additional Megaball number from 1 to 6.
Tri-State Megabucks Drawings are held twice a week, on Wednesdays and Saturdays at 7:59 PM ET.
Featuring a top prize jackpot of $100,000 and fairly decent odds of winning, Gimme 5 is another popular game available in Vermont. For this game, players are required to pick 5 numbers from 1 to 39.
Gimme 5 drawings are held every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday at approximately 7:00 PM ET.
With a chance to win $1,000 a day for life, what's not to like about Lucky For Life? This game requires players to pick 5 numbers from 1 to 48, plus an additional Lucky Ball number from 1 to 18.
Lucky For Life drawings are held on Mondays and Thursdays at 10:38 PM ET.
To play Pick 3, players have to choose any 3 digit number and choose their play type and wager amount. Play types include: 3-number plays (straight or box), 2-number plays (front pair or back pair), and 1-number play. With multiple ways of playing and winning, a top prize of $500, and multiple drawings every day, it's one game that's worth checking out.
Pick 3 drawings are held daily at 1:10 PM and 6:59 PM ET.
In Pick 4, players have to choose any 4 digit number and choose their play type and wager amount. The different play types are: 4-number plays (straight or box), 2-number plays (front pair or back pair), and 1-number play. Pick 4 features a top prize of $5,000.
Pick 4 drawings are held daily at 1:10 PM and 6:59 PM ET.
Here's a rundown of the Vermont Lottery's weekly schedule:
|Tri-State Megabucks||Wednesdays and Saturdays||7:59 PM|
|Gimme 5||Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays||7:00 PM|
|Lucky For Life||Mondays and Thursdays||10:38 PM|
|Pick 3||Daily||1:10 PM, 6:59 PM|
|Pick 4||Daily||1:10 PM, 6:59 PM|
Notable Winners of Vermont Lotteries
Here are some of the Vermont Lottery's biggest and most recent winners:
- An unknown winner won $1.4 million from playing Megabucks in the November 10, 2018 drawing.
- Another unknown winner from Colchester won $11.5 million from playing Megabucks in the October 10, 2018 drawing.
- Yet another unknown winner won $5.48 million from playing Megabucks in the November 9, 2016 drawing.
Vermont Lottery Instant Scratch Games
The Vermont Lottery has plenty of variety on hand when it comes to instant scratch games. Ticket prices go for as low as $1 and all the way up to $20. The more expensive games can reward winners with up to $150,000 instantly!
Vermont Lottery Second Chances – What is Second Chance?
The Vermont Lottery offers promotional second chance drawings to give players more chances of winning. Prizes vary, but may include cash, event tickets, merchandise, special trips, and so on.
How does Second Chance work for the VT Lottery?
To participate in second chance drawings for the Vermont Lottery, players will have to create an account on the Vermont Lottery Club official website. At which point, they are free to submit any eligible, non-winning instant tickets to join the second chance drawing of their choice.
Information on the Vermont Lottery
Vermont Lottery Offices
The Vermont Lottery is headquartered in 1311 US Route 302 Berlin, VT.
You can reach their offices through the following:
- Mailing Address: 1311 US Route 302, Suite 100, Barre, VT 05641
- Telephone: (802) 479-5686 or 1-800-322-8800 (in Vermont)
- Fax: (802) 479-4294
Vermont Lottery Customer Support
If you’d like to get in touch with Vermont Lottery representatives, you may contact them through the following channels:
- Email: [email protected]
Vermont Lottery Social Accounts
For more information and regular updates, you can also follow the Vermont Lottery on any of their social media accounts:
Vermont Lottery Apps and Technology
Unfortunately, the Vermont Lottery currently does not have an official app for mobile devices. However, you can still readily check the latest results and read up-to-date information via their official website – which works perfectly fine on any mobile device.