How to Claim Michigan Lottery Prizes

You have one year from the date of the draw to claim a prize. Any prizes left unclaimed after this time will be distributed according to state lottery regulations.

If you've won a prize on the Michigan Lottery, congratulations! Once you're ready to claim your prize, read on to find out how. Depending on the size of the prize, you will be able to do this at authorised retailers or by visiting one of the Michigan State Lottery offices in person.


Prizes up to $600

If you've won a Michigan Lottery prize worth less than $600 you can claim the winnings at any authorized retailer in the state. Simply take your ticket to the retailer, who will validate the win and pay out your prize. Please note that retailers are not legally obliged to pay out lottery prizes, and if they do not hold enough cash on-site, you may not be able to redeem your prize.

Prizes up to $50,000

Prizes up to $50,000 can be claimed at any of the regional Michigan Lottery offices. The offices offer ‘walk-in’ appointments, but to save time, it is advisable to call in advance to make an appointment. Please see below for the contact details of each office.

Detroit
Cadillac Place
3060 W. Grand Boulevard
Suite L-600
Detroit, MI 48202
Phone: 313-456-4040
Fax: 313-456-4045

Office Hours: Monday-Friday, 7:45AM – 4:45PM Eastern Time

Grand Rapids
3391-B Plainfield Ave. NE
Grand Rapids, MI 49525
Phone: 616-364-3372
Fax: 616-364-5421

Office Hours: Monday-Friday, 7:45AM – 4:45PM Eastern Time

Saginaw
Jerome T. Hart State Office Building
411 E. Genesee Avenue
Saginaw, MI 48607
Phone: 989-758-1670
Fax: 989-758-1881

Office Hours: Monday-Friday, 8:00AM – 4:50PM Eastern Time

Lansing
101 E. Hillsdale Street
P.O. Box 30023
Lansing, MI 48909
Phone: 517-335-5756
Fax: 517-335-5644

Office Hours: Monday-Friday, 7:45AM – 4:45PM Eastern Time

Alternatively, prizes can also be claimed from one of a number of partner bank claim centers across the state of Michigan.

Prizes over $50,000

Any prizes over $50,000 need to be claimed in person at the Michigan Lottery headquarters in Lansing (address above). To claim a win, players must produce the winning ticket, along with a valid government-issue photo ID and Social Security card.

Taxes on winnings

Lottery winnings in Michigan are subject to federal and state income tax laws. The state will levy a tax of 4.25 percent on income from lottery winnings, while the US government will withhold up to 39.6 percent in federal tax.