2017-11-22: 6, 7, 8, 12, 25, 33, Bonus: 27
2017-11-22: 4, 12, 15, 26, 30
2017-11-22: 7, 3, 1
2017-11-22: 7, 0, 5, 8
2017-11-22: 5, 7, 12, 21, 32
2017-11-22: 1, 1, 6
2017-11-22: 2, 6, 3, 8
2017-11-21: 3, 7, 22, 27, 50, Mega: 3, Megaplier: 3
2017-11-22: 35, 37, 46, 51, 61, Powerball: 13, Power Play: 2
2017-11-20: 3, 4, 22, 38, 59, Cash Ball: 3
If your prize is more than $600, you can take it to a VA Lottery customer service center or one of the prize zones. To the right is a list of addresses and phone numbers. Be sure to bring a valid government-issued photo ID and your social security card or other proof of your social security number. Double check your photo ID and Social Security card to ensure your name is exactly the same on both documents as they need to match exactly to claim your winnings. When you get there, you'll fill out a claim form or click here to get the form now. If you have questions about what you need to claim, call 804-692-7000.
Not a U.S citizen but you reside in the U.S.? No problem. Just bring your green card (permanent resident card), a government-issued photo ID (a Visa will work) and an official document displaying your Social Security number. Not a U.S. resident? We've got you covered as well. We'll just need to see a valid photo ID.
You can also claim your prize through the mail. Sign your ticket and mail it to: Virginia Lottery Claims, P. O. Box 1254, Richmond, VA, 23218-1254. Be sure to complete the requested information on the back of the ticket so the Lottery knows where to send the check or Visa debit card. If the prize is more than $600, you'll need to supply a copy of both your government-issued photo ID and your Social Security card. If the prize amount is $600 or less, just include your social security number. It's a good idea to make copies of the front and back of the ticket, and use registered mail to make sure your ticket arrives safely.
If VA Lottery results prize is $600 or less, Virginia Lottery retailers may cash it. Keep in mind that many retailers don't keep large amounts of cash available, for security reasons. Retailers can, however, pay you with a check or money order. If you prefer, you can take it to a Virginia Lottery customer service center, one of the prize zones or claim your prize through the mail. We'll gladly issue you a check or a Visa debit card for your winnings. The only difference is that you'll need to provide a valid government-issued photo ID and your social security number if the prize amount is greater than $100.