Oregon Lottery Numbers and Results
Looking for Oregon Lottery Numbers and Results? Oregon State Lottery tickets first went on sale in 1985. The lottery started with an instant-win game, and soon added Oregon’s Game Megabucks, a still-popular jackpot game. The Oregon Lottery was the first state to introduce Video Lottery Terminals—24-hour-managed video lottery systems—in 1992. Over 90 percent of lottery revenue goes to prizes in the state. Click here to see the latest Oregon lottery numbers and results.
During its first 10 years in operation, the Oregon Lottery allocated proceeds toward economic development and the creation of jobs. Currently, lottery profits help a number of state programs, including state parks, habitat, public schools, and veteran services.
How long do I have to collect my winnings?
You have 365 days from the date of the lottery draw to claim your winnings.
Can I remain anonymous if I win a lottery prize?
The Oregon Lottery makes your name, the game you played, your prize amount, and the city in which you purchased the winning ticket public record.
We suggest that you consult with a lawyer before claiming any big prizes, as it may be possible to claim your prize through a trust to retain your anonymity.
Are Oregon Lottery winnings taxable?
Yes, you’ll need to pay both state and federal taxes on your winnings. The Oregon Lottery also withholds a percentage of certain lottery winnings for tax purposes. Visit our Tax Information section for all the details.
What lottery games can I play in Oregon?
The Oregon Lottery has a number of daily and jackpot lottery games in its portfolio. These include Pick 4, Win for Life, Powerball, Mega Millions, Oregon’s Game Megabucks, and Lucky Lines.
How old do I have to be to play the Oregon Lottery?
You must be 18 or older to purchase and redeem lottery tickets.
Can I buy lottery tickets in advance?
Yes. For all Oregon Lottery draw games, you can purchase tickets for consecutive draws in advance. Check our Advanced Draws section for more information.
What happens if my lottery ticket is lost, damaged, or stolen?
The Oregon Lottery is not responsible for lost, damaged, or stolen tickets. Keep lottery tickets in a safe place. Signing your ticket helps prove you own it in case you lose it.
Can I purchase tickets by mail, online, or phone?
No. You must visit an authorized lottery retailer to purchase Oregon Lottery tickets.
Where do the Oregon Lottery funds go?
For every dollar spent on tickets, 91 cents goes toward prizes. Other profits from ticket sales benefit state programs, including parks, natural resources, schools, and veteran services.
Here’s the process for claiming Oregon Lottery prizes.
Oregon Lottery Headquarters claim center is open for walk-in claims until noon. Appointments are required after that. The Wilsonville Payment Center is open by appointment only.
To claim prizes over $50,000, you must schedule an appointment. Call (800) 766-6789 to book your appointment.
To claim by drop box, sign the back of your ticket, complete a claim form, and seal both documents in an envelope. Drop the envelope into the drop box.
To claim a prize by mail, send the signed winning ticket and a completed claim form to:
P.O. Box 14515
Salem, OR 97309
Keep a copy of all claim documents for your records.
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