HomePublicationsNewsletter ArchiveNewslettersVolume 23Issue 7Michigan Lottery Teams Up with Select Secretary of State Branches to Process PrizeClaims

On February 21, 2017, the Michigan Lottery (“Lottery”) announced that it has teamed up with the Michigan Secretary of State (“SOS”) in order to introduce a pilot program that began February 23, 2017, which enables Lottery players to submit claims on prizes ranging from $601 up to $50,000 at select SOS branches. The SOS branches participating in the program are located throughout northern Michigan and the Upper Peninsula. 

Specifically, branches are located in:

· Escanaba, located at 305 Ludington Street

· Grayling, located at 2384C South I-75 Business Loop

· Marquette, located at 2025 U.S. 41 West

· Sault Ste Marie, located at 2700 Davitt Street

Currently, prizes of $600 or less can be claimed at Lottery retailers across Michigan whereas prizes of $601 to $50,000 may be claimed at Lottery offices, bank claim centers, or participating SOS branches. Any prize claim of $50,001 or greater must be made by an appointment with the Lottery’s Public Relations Division.

According to the Lottery, players who submit a claim for a Lottery prize at a SOS branch will receive payment via electronic funds transfer to a valid bank account the following business day. Claims must include a winning ticket, valid photo ID, Social Security card, and bank account information.


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