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Vermont (VT) Lottery Results

Game Result Jackpot Next Jackpot Action
Sun, Apr 21, 2024
2
9
3
JackPot:
$500
Next Draw:
Mon, Apr-22-2024, 01:10 PM

Next Jackpot:
$500
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Sat, Apr 20, 2024
9
3
0
JackPot:
$500
Next Draw:
Sun, Apr-21-2024, 06:55 PM

Next Jackpot:
$500
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13
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12
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08
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Sun, Apr 21, 2024
4
3
2
7
JackPot:
$5,000
Next Draw:
Mon, Apr-22-2024, 01:10 PM

Next Jackpot:
$5,000
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13
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12
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Sat, Apr 20, 2024
0
5
6
4
JackPot:
$5,000
Next Draw:
Sun, Apr-21-2024, 06:55 PM

Next Jackpot:
$5,000
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13
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12
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Fri, Apr 19, 2024
1
2
16
21
25
JackPot:
$100,000
Next Draw:
Mon, Apr-22-2024, 07:00 PM

Next Jackpot:
$100,000
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13
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12
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Sat, Apr 20, 2024
3
9
17
18
27
5
Mega Ball
JackPot:
$1.63 Million
Next Draw:
Mon, Apr-22-2024, 07:59 PM

Next Jackpot:
$1.70 Million
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13
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12
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Sat, Apr 20, 2024
17
23
28
33
37
10
Lucky Ball
JackPot:
$1,000
Next Draw:
Sun, Apr-21-2024, 10:38 PM

Next Jackpot:
$1,000
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13
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12
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Sat, Apr 20, 2024
4
35
41
44
58
25
Power Play 3 X
Power Ball
JackPot:
$98 Million
Next Draw:
Mon, Apr-22-2024, 10:59 PM

Next Jackpot:
$115 Million
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13
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12
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08
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Fri, Apr 19, 2024
19
30
34
46
58
3
Multiplier 3 X
Mega Ball
JackPot:
$178 Million
Next Draw:
Tue, Apr-23-2024, 11:00 PM

Next Jackpot:
$202 Million
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13
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Welcome to Vermont Lottery Corner

Your Easiest Way to Win Vermont Lottery

Vermont Lottery Winning numbers history

Here, you can find the Past Winning Numbers, statistics, and in-depth analysis of Tri-State Pick 3 Day,  Tri-State Pick 3 Evening,  Tri-State Pick 4 Day,  Tri-State Pick 4 Evening,  Gimme 5,  Tri-State Megabucks Plus,  Lucky for Life,  Powerball,  and Mega Millions. The winning numbers history is provided and its FREE. You can save it or print it. Our page also has a tool to search for winning number or set of numbers for all Vermont lottery games.

For in-depth analysis and other resources of the game winning numbers visit the game home page. Summary of winning numbers data available for Vermont lottery on our website as of today

Game Dates available on this site Available Dates
From from-to To
Tri-State Pick 3 Day 06/29/2003 04/21/2024 06/29/2003 to 04/21/2024
Tri-State Pick 3 Evening 10/12/1985 04/20/2024 10/12/1985 to 04/20/2024
Tri-State Pick 4 Day 06/29/2003 04/21/2024 06/29/2003 to 04/21/2024
Tri-State Pick 4 Evening 10/12/1985 04/20/2024 10/12/1985 to 04/20/2024
Gimme 5 05/15/2013 04/19/2024 05/15/2013 to 04/19/2024
Tri-State Megabucks Plus 07/29/2009 04/20/2024 07/29/2009 to 04/20/2024
Lucky for Life 03/15/2012 04/20/2024 03/15/2012 to 04/20/2024
Powerball 04/06/1994 04/20/2024 04/06/1994 to 04/20/2024
Mega Millions 06/24/2005 04/19/2024 06/24/2005 to 04/19/2024

Vermont Lottery Draw Games Schedule

Game Sun Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri Sat Time
Tri-State Pick 3 Day 1:10 PM 1:10 PM 1:10 PM 1:10 PM 1:10 PM 1:10 PM 1:10 PM US/Eastern
Tri-State Pick 3 Evening 6:55 PM 6:55 PM 6:55 PM 6:55 PM 6:55 PM 6:55 PM 6:55 PM US/Eastern
Tri-State Pick 4 Day 1:10 PM 1:10 PM 1:10 PM 1:10 PM 1:10 PM 1:10 PM 1:10 PM US/Eastern
Tri-State Pick 4 Evening 6:55 PM 6:55 PM 6:55 PM 6:55 PM 6:55 PM 6:55 PM 6:55 PM US/Eastern
Gimme 5 7:00 PM 7:00 PM 7:00 PM 7:00 PM 7:00 PM US/Eastern
Tri-State Megabucks Plus 7:59 PM 7:59 PM 7:59 PM US/Eastern
Lucky for Life 10:38 PM 10:38 PM 10:38 PM 10:38 PM 10:38 PM 10:38 PM 10:38 PM US/Eastern
Powerball 10:59 PM 10:59 PM 10:59 PM US/Eastern
Mega Millions 11:00 PM 11:00 PM US/Eastern

About Vermont (VT) Lottery

ESTABLISHMENT OF VERMONT LOTTERY

The Vermont Lottery Commission was established in the midst of the 1977 session of the General Assembly, according to the Public Act No. 82. In the legislation that enabled this lottery, the written purpose of the VT lottery and the reason behind its creation was to “produce the maximum amount of net revenue consonant with the dignity of the state and the general welfare of the people.”

IMPORTANT MILESTONES

On Valentine’s Day, 14th February 1978, to be specific, Green Mountain Game’s first ever ticket went on sale. This was a game which offered weekly draws. Following this, almost four months later on June 20, 1978, Scratch ‘N Match (Vermont’s first instant ticket game) sold its ticket.  Two years later on 10th November, 1980, Pick 3 was launched as the first online VT lottery game.  

FUNDING

All benefits created with regards to the VT lottery numbers were devoted for utilization by Vermonts General Fund, from February 1978 to July 1998. Then, it was ordered by the VT Legislature that all benefits created and achieved by the VT lottery should go to Vermont’s Education Fund.

As of today, the VT lottery is one which is known for having the littlest staffs of literally all lotteries in the United States of America, comprising of only 21 full-time representatives who are mostly delegated by the state’s Governor and affirmed by the Vermont Senate. But the state lottery still has a hold on keeping every single player happy and content.

GAMES

The Vermont lottery results can make literally any winner’s life amazing. Especially when it has such a wide collection of lottery games to choose from. VT lottery offers instant ticket games such as Joker’s Jest and Queen’s Quest for $5 and the winner can win up to $20,000 if their numbers match the winning numbers.

Just like most major lotteries, Vermont also offers games such as Powerball and Mega Millions, where the player has to choose a series of numbers. In the former, they will pick 5 numbers from 1 to 69, of their choice, and 1 Powerball number from 1 to 26. The cost of each game is $2.

Whereas in Mega Millions, the player first picks 5 numbers from 1 to 70, of their choice and then picks 1 Mega Ball number. VT lottery results of Powerball and Mega Millions in VT don’t offer as big jackpots as in other lotteries, but the prizes are still good.

In Megabucks, the player first chooses 5 numbers from 1 to 41, then from 1 to 6, the player chooses a  Megaball number, of their choice.

Each game of Gimme 5 costs one dollar. All you need to do is pick 5 numbers from 1 to 39 and check the winning numbers.

In Lucky for Life, you choose 5 numbers from 1 to 48, then 1 Lucky Ball number from 1 to 18 of your choice.

Other well-known games include Pick 3 and 4, and Fast Play.

For details of Vermont lottery and latest news visit Vermont Lottery Official Website

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Vermont Lottery Corner Address

Vermont State Lottery , Vermont Lottery , 1311 US Route 302 comma Suite 100, Barre , VT - 05641 , USA .
Phone : (802) 479-5686

Note: VT lottery results and other information in Lottery Corner are constantly updated. Please check back often. We make every effort to ensure the accuracy of all information on this site. Lottery Corner is not the final authority on games, winning numbers, or other information. Please verify your winning tickets with respective official lotteries. Individual lottery games logo's are copyrighted and the property of their respective organizations.

How do you collect lottery winnings in Vermont ?

The table below highlights the different ways of claiming your lottery prizes in Vermont.

Before proceeding, remember that each Instant Scratch Game in the Vermont State Lottery has a respectively scheduled release date. The majority of these games are valid for several months. A game becomes "terminated" when it is no longer available to the lottery players. Winners have 1 year from when a game ended to claim all winnings from that game. Check the official Lottery website for the list of deadlines for claiming each Instant game.

Every other Vermont Lottery game, on the other hand, have a validity period of 365 days from the draw date of the winning for winners to claim their prize.

We suggest you to sign back of your winning ticket and keep a copy of your winning ticket for your records.

Moving forward, these are the options you have to claim the lottery prize in Vermont

In-Person Claim
  • Lottery winners of prizes worth $101 - $5000 (only for Instant Tickets) can go to the Vermont Lottery Headquarters in Berlin or to any People's United Bank in Vermont to claim their prizes in person.

  • Claimants must sign their tickets and submit it along with a filled claim form and valid ID.

  • However, if you have won a prize of $100 or less (for Instant tickets only) you can go to any licensed Vermont Lottery retailer that sells Instant tickets or the Vermont Lottery headquarters in Berlin to claim your prize.

  • You can go to any licensed Lottery agent in Vermont or to the Vermont Lottery headquarters located in Berlin to claim prizes of $499 or less in person (for Pick 4, Pick 3, Fast Play Pro, Fast Play, Gimme 5, Lucky for Life, Megabucks, Mega Millions, and Powerball only). Make sure you sign your ticket.

  • For winnings of $499 or less ((for Pick 4, Pick 3, Fast Play Pro, Fast Play, Gimme 5, Lucky for Life, Megabucks, Mega Millions, and Powerball only), you can go to the Vermont Lottery Headquarters located in Berlin, Vermont or any licensed Vermont Lottery retailer to claim your prize. Make sure you sign your ticket.

  • For winnings worth $500 - $5,000 (for Pick 4, Pick 3, Fast Play Pro, Fast Play, Gimme 5, Lucky for Life, Megabucks, Mega Millions, and Powerball only), you can go to the Vermont Lottery Headquarters in Berlin, Vermont or to any People's United Bank in Vermont to claim your prize in person. You must sign your ticket and submit it along with a filled claim form and a valid ID. You can pick up a claim form at any licensed Vermont Lottery retail store, People's United Bank, or the Vermont Lottery Headquarters.

  • For lottery winnings more than $5,000 (for all games), you can only go to the Vermont Lottery Headquarters in Berlin, Vermont to claim your prize. Claimants must sign their tickets and submit it along with a filled claim form and valid ID. You can pick up a claim form at any licensed Vermont Lottery retail store, People's United Bank, or the Vermont Lottery Headquarters.

Mail-in Claim
  • You can also choose to claim your lottery prize through mail. In order to redeem a winning ticket via mail, complete and sign the back of your ticket, adding your name, address, and phone number and send to a mail address given below.

  • If you're claiming a prize worth more than $499, be sure to add your date of birth, nationality, social security number, and relationship with any Vermont Lottery provider (employee or employer).

  • Mailing Address: Vermont Lottery, 1311 US Route 302, Suite 100, Barre VT 05641.

Note :
For more information on the claiming methods and prizes, kindly visit the official website of the Vermont Lottery Commission.

Vermont Lottery Claim centers

Cut Off Time

Game
Tri-State Pick 3 Day
Cut Off Times
Before 1:00 p.m. on draw day .
Game
Tri-State Pick 3 Evening
Cut Off Times
Before 6:45 p.m. on draw day .
Game
Tri-State Pick 4 Day
Cut Off Times
Before 1:00 p.m. on draw day .
Game
Tri-State Pick 4 Evening
Cut Off Times
Before 6:45 p.m. on draw day .
Game
Gimme 5
Cut Off Times
Before 6:45 p.m. on draw day .
Game
Tri-State Megabucks Plus
Cut Off Times
Before 7:50 p.m. on draw day .
Game
Lucky for Life
Cut Off Times
Before 9:30 p.m. on draw day .
Game
Powerball
Cut Off Times
Before 9:50 p.m. on draw day .
Game
Mega Millions
Cut Off Times
Before 9:50 p.m. on draw day .
Game Cut Off Times Advance Plays
Tri-State Pick 3 Day Before 1:00 p.m. on draw day. Up to 42 consecutive (Day,Night) draws.
Tri-State Pick 3 Evening Before 6:45 p.m. on draw day. Up to 42 consecutive (Day,Night) draws.
Tri-State Pick 4 Day Before 1:00 p.m. on draw day. Up to 42 consecutive (Day,Night) draws.
Tri-State Pick 4 Evening Before 6:45 p.m. on draw day. Up to 42 consecutive (Day,Night) draws.
Gimme 5 Before 6:45 p.m. on draw day. Upto 30 consecutive draws.
Tri-State Megabucks Plus Before 7:50 p.m. on draw day. Up to 20 consecutive draws.
Lucky for Life Before 9:30 p.m. on draw day. Up to 20 consecutive draws.
Powerball Before 9:50 p.m. on draw day. Up to 30 consecutive draws.
Mega Millions Before 9:50 p.m. on draw day. Up to 20 consecutive draws.

How to Play

Game
Tri-State Pick 3 Day
Play Type
3-Digits
Top Prize
$500
Ticket
$1
Game
Tri-State Pick 3 Evening
Play Type
3-Digits
Top Prize
$500
Ticket
$1
Game
Tri-State Pick 4 Day
Play Type
4-Digits
Top Prize
$5,000
Ticket
$1
Game
Tri-State Pick 4 Evening
Play Type
4-Digits
Top Prize
$5,000
Ticket
$1
Game
Gimme 5
Play Type
5/39
Top Prize
$100,000
Ticket
$1
Game
Tri-State Megabucks Plus
Play Type
5/41 + 1/6(Megaball)
Jackpot
$1.63 Million (Jackpot)
Ticket
$1
Game
Lucky for Life
Play Type
5/48 + 1/18(Lucky Ball)
Top Prize
$1,000
Ticket
$1
Game
Powerball
Play Type
5/69 + 1/26 (Power Ball)
Jackpot
$98 Million (Jackpot)
Ticket
$1
Game
Mega Millions
Play Type
5/70 + 1/25 (Mega Ball)
Jackpot
$178 Million (Jackpot)
Ticket
$1

Facts of Vermont Lottery

☆ Do you know that in 2011, a Vermont resident won the largest Vermont Lottery jackpot to date, which was $12.5 million in the Mega Millions game.

☆ Do you know that in 2020, a resident of St. Albans won $5 million in the Vermont Lottery's $5,000,000 Ultimate game.

☆ Do you know that in 2016, a Burlington man won $2.6 million in the Vermont Lottery's Tri-State Megabucks game.

☆ Do you know that in 2019, a Vermont couple won $1 million in the Powerball game.
lottery facts
☆ Do you know that the Vermont Lottery was established in 1978 through an act of the Vermont Legislature.

☆ Do you know that the Vermont Lottery is a member of the Multi-State Lottery Association (MUSL), which includes 37 states and territories in the United States .

☆ Do you know that the first Vermont Lottery game was called "Instant Game Number One" and it was launched on February 14, 1978

☆ Do you know that the Vermont Lottery is required by law to give at least 45% of its revenue to the state's Education Fund.

☆ Do you Know that since its inception, the Vermont Lottery has contributed over $1.8 billion to the state's Education Fund.

☆ Do you know that in 2020, the Vermont Lottery generated over $131 million in sales, with over $52 million going to the state's Education Fund.

☆ Do you know that in 2021, the Vermont Lottery generated $104 million in sales and paid out over $61 million in prizes.

☆ Do you know that the Vermont Lottery offers a variety of games, including instant scratch tickets, daily games such as Pick 3 and Pick 4, and multi-state games such as Powerball and Mega Millions.

Vermont Lottery Tax Rates

Tax U.S. Citizens/Resident Aliens Non-resident Aliens

State Income Tax Percentage

6.72%

7.2%

Federal Income Tax Percentage

24%

30%

Tax U.S. Citizens/Resident Aliens Non-resident Aliens

State Income Tax Percentage

6.72%

7.2%

Federal Income Tax Percentage

24%

30%

Note:
Check the "Foreign Persons" page of the Vermont Lottery website for more information on taxes for non-aliens.

FAQs.

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Here is the list of Frequently asked questions about Vermont lottery, if you have additional question, please write to us. Happy to help you.

What are the chances of winning a prize in a scratch-off game offered by the Vermont lottery?
Each Instant Scratch Game has a distinct chance of winning. The approximations of the odds of winning by reward level are printed on each ticket back.
What state make up the Tri-State Lottery?
Vermont, New Hampshire, and Maine are the states that participate in the Tri-State Lottery.
How many lotteries participate in the Powerball, Mega Million, and Lucky for life?
There are 46 lotteries that offer Mega Millions, 46 lotteries that sell Powerball, and 26 lotteries that sell Lucky for Life.
What happens to unclaimed prize money?
Several prizes go unclaimed by winners each year. The Vermont Lottery is required by law to award prizes to winners in the amount of at least 50% of its sales. The Vermont Lottery runs promotions and second chance drawings to provide players a chance to win that prize money again in order to fulfill this criterion for specific games. The Vermont Education Fund receives the majority of unclaimed prize money in the form of profits.
Can I remain anonymous if I win the lottery?
No. Your claim form's name, town, and prize amount are all public information. Your name will be made public if you include it on the Claim Form. If you choose to claim your prize through a trust, the name of the trust is listed on the claim form and is available to the public.
What happens if a prize winner chooses the Annuity option and passes away?
In the event that a Vermont jackpot winner opts for the annuity option, all remaining yearly payments will be given to the winner's estate. The Lucky for Life Top Prize is paid for a minimum of twenty (20) years. A Lucky for Life Top Prize winner's estate will receive the remaining payments equivalent to the minimum reward if they pass away during the annuity payment but before the stipulated twenty (20) year award has been paid. All payments cease if a Lucky for Life Top Prize winner passes away during the annuity payment period but prior to the minimum guaranteed reward being paid.
Will taxes be withheld from my winnings?
Any award worth more than $5,000 is subject to federal and state tax withholding by the Vermont Lottery. For every prize worth $600 or more, you will get a W-2G Form (Certain Gambling Winnings) from the Vermont Lottery. For any prize worth $600 or more, foreign individuals will be given a 1042-S (Foreign Person's U.S. Source of Income Subject to Withholding).
What happens if I lose my winning lottery ticket?
The Vermont Lottery is not liable for misplaced or stolen tickets and is unable to award prizes in the absence of a genuine winning ticket. A lottery ticket claim can be made by anyone in possession of the ticket because it is a bearer instrument. Because of this, it's crucial to safeguard yourself if you win by signing your name and providing all the necessary information on the back of your winning ticket. You should think about choosing a shipping method that tracks the package if you decide to mail your winning lottery ticket to Vermont Lottery Headquarters for payment, especially for prizes of higher value.
Can I buy lottery tickets online?
There are just eight states in the US that provide for online lottery; and sadly Vermont is not one of them. There is no legislation to encourage one right now.
How do you bank lottery winnings?
Your lottery winnings can either be paid out in a single lump sum or as a series of recurring annuity payments. The district office will nonetheless issue your initial check. Following that, you can send future payments to your banking institution directly for them to deposit on your behalf.
What is the age limit for Vermont lottery?
Only those who have reached the legal age of majority (18 years) are permitted to purchase lottery tickets.

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