Claiming a Prize

Congratulations on your win!

Now, if you haven’t already signed your winning ticket, make sure to complete the Claim Form on the back.

Prizes up to $200 are automatically validated when scanned by a lottery terminal, and Retailers are required to pay these prizes, or to make arrangements to do so. However, Retailers are not obligated to pay prizes over $200. If a ticket wins $200.01 or more, the Retailer can cancel the validation, and direct you to claim your prize at another Retailer or from a prize office.
Stores or franchises may choose not to redeem prizes of over $200 for a variety of reasons, which may include security concerns about keeping large amounts of cash on the premises. Lottery Retailers are independent businesses, and we respect their right to make such decisions.

Prizes up to and including $1,000 may be claimed at a Lottery Ticket Centre offering this service.  Check with the Retailer before having the ticket checked to ensure they have enough money to pay the prize.

For prizes over $1,000 and merchandise prizes, WCLC has Prize Payout Offices located in Calgary (up to $9,999.99) or St. Albert, Alberta; Regina or Saskatoon, Saskatchewan and Winnipeg, Manitoba.  Prize claims of $10,000 or more require an appointment.

To make sure your winning experience is a memorable one, please contact us. Call Customer Care at 1-800-665-3313 during regular business hours, Monday to Friday, for instructions on claiming your prize.

All prizes can also be claimed by mailing tickets to:  
Western Canada Lottery Corporation
Prize Payout
10th Floor, 125 Garry Street
Winnipeg, Manitoba R3C 4J1

Note: Print your name, address, and daytime telephone number in the Claim Form on the back of the ticket. All risks of sending tickets through the mail remain with the player. Don’t forget to claim your prize before the expiry date specified on the back or front of the ticket.

1 x $1 Million Prize
Exact Match Only
Wednesday, March 4, 2015
Friday, March 6, 2015

» Important!

If you receive a call asking you to “verify” your credit card number to claim a lottery prize – HANG UP immediately. If you receive an email or message through Facebook from someone pretending to be a recent lottery winner, or saying you have won a lottery that you did not enter, DELETE it. These messages are being sent by criminals trying to steal from you. DO NOT respond. Protect yourself and don’t become a victim of fraud or theft.