Checking your Ticket

There are several ways you can check your lottery tickets.

Use the Ticket Checkers at your Lottery Retailer.

    Step 1: Wait for the message, “CHECK YOUR TICKETS HERE”.

    Step 2: Insert the bar code under the red light - the bar code is located at the bottom of the ticket or  under the latex in the play area for Zing (SCRATCH 'N WIN) tickets.

    Step 3: Move the bar code slowly through the light, until you hear a BEEP. Prize information will then appear on the screen.

    If you experience any difficulty while checking your tickets, or have any concerns about a lottery retailer, please contact Player Care by email or phone. Have ready as much detail about the incident as possible.

    • Compare your numbers to the winning numbers on our website.
    • Sign up for our MVP Service and have DAILY GRAND, LOTTO MAX and WESTERN MAX and/or LOTTO 6/49 and WESTERN 649 winning numbers emailed to you.
    • Download the Lotto Spot! app and use the ticket checker feature.
    • Check the winning numbers printed and posted at Retail.
    • Call the Winning Numbers Lines for the most recent numbers.

      • Edmonton (780) 459-5100
      • Calgary (403) 275-8101
      • Regina (306) 525-0591
      • Saskatoon (306) 244-1780
      • Winnipeg (204) 780-5825



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    The ticket checker and mobile ticket purchases are available 23 hours a day, from 4 am to 3 am MT, 5 am to 4 am CT. WCLC’s lottery system is unavailable one hour each morning for regular day-end processing and maintenance. If you attempt to check your ticket when the system is unavailable, you will receive the message "This ticket cannot be checked at this time. Please try later."

    Myth: I’ve been playing the same numbers for 20 years – they must be due to come up soon!

    Fact: Draws are random, and every draw is a separate event. The numbers are not spread out along a conveyor belt with each draw bringing your set of numbers closer.  No numbers are ever “due” and persistence, in this case, makes no difference.

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