Only the Madison Validations office is open at this time and an appointment is required to claim a win. More claiming information available here: WILottery.com/covid-19

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News

  • Wind Lake Woman Wins $500,000 from Scratch Ticket

    Bobbi Mangan of Wind Lake, Wisconsin was excited for her $25,000 scratch-off win. She counted the nine words on her crossword ticket and looked forward to receiving her winnings. What Bobbi missed was the tenth word on the $30 Super Mega Star Crossword game—‘END.’ With 10 words, she actually had a top prize-winning ticket worth $500,000.

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  • All or Nothing Lotto Game Celebrates Two Years

    The Wisconsin Lottery is celebrating two years since the launch of the All or Nothing Lotto game. The $2 game debuted on April 7, 2019. In two years, over $18 Million in total prizes have been won—including 53 $100,000 top prize wins.

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  • Two $50,000 Powerball Prizes Won in East Troy

    Frank's Piggly Wiggly (3238 W Main St.) in East Troy of Walworth County is no stranger to selling winning Lottery tickets. Two $50,000 Powerball® prizes were won at this lucky spot in the March 10, 2021 drawing. Three months earlier, Frank's sold a winning Megabucks™ ticket, worth $1.4 Million annuity, $1.1 Million cash.

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  • Wisconsin Lottery and Wisconsin Council on Problem Gambling Raise Awareness with Annual Campaign

    The Wisconsin Lottery continues problem gambling awareness support for Wisconsin Council on Problem Gambling (WCPG) during March’s Problem Gambling Awareness Month.

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Upcoming Events

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    Update from the Events Team

    Due to the current circumstances and uncertainties surrounding events, unfortunately you will not see our Events Team out and about this season like you have in the past. We are hopeful that we can bring the fun to an event near you again soon, and will update our events schedule when that time comes. In the meantime, there will be some great Lottery giveaways that you can find in our Player's Club email or on our social media pages!

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