Oklahoma Lotto America Numbers

Lotto America in Oklahoma

Lotto America has proved to be a successful game for Oklahoma players since its revival, with a couple of big jackpot winners. Find out all about these lucky ticket holders, plus how to play Lotto America in OK and claim prizes.

How to Play in Oklahoma

The main rules of Lotto America are the same in every participating state and require you to select five main numbers from 1 to 52 and a Star Ball from 1 to 10. You can choose your own numbers or opt for an Easy Pick. You can also add the All Star Bonus so that any non-jackpot prizes you win will be multiplied by up to five times their original value. In Oklahoma, the following rules also apply:

  • The cut-off time for ticket sales is 8:59 p.m. CT on Mondays, Wednesdays and Saturdays, ahead of the drawing at 9:15 p.m. CT
  • You can enter up to 10 consecutive drawings by marking the appropriate box in the ‘multi-draw’ section
  • You have to be at least 18 years old to buy tickets or claim prizes

Claiming Prizes in Oklahoma

There are different rules for collecting your winnings depending on how much you win, but you must either come forward in person with your ticket or mail it to the lottery.

Prizes up to $600 – You can claim your money from any licensed retailer just by handing over your winning entry.

Prizes between $600 and $5,000 – For an award of this value, you must complete a claim form and provide one valid form of identification – such as your driver’s license – along with your Social Security card. You can mail in your claim, visit the state’s lottery headquarters in Oklahoma City or go to any of the regional claim centers.

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The address of the headquarters is as follows:

Oklahoma Lottery Headquarters3817 N. Santa FeSuite 175Oklahoma City, OK 73118405-522-7700

The table below shows the addresses of the regional offices where you can also claim prizes of up to $5,000:

Regional Lottery Offices in Oklahoma Location Address Telephone Number Ardmore Homeland205 North CommerceArdmore, OK 73401 580-223-0201 Bartlesville Food Pyramid #672501 SE Washington BlvdBartlesville, OK 74006 918-335-1133 Elk City Homeland412 West 3rdElk City, OK 73644 580-225-0322 Guymon Farmers Country Market #131902 N AcademyGuymon, OK 73942 580-338-3384 Lawton Country Mart902 West GoreLawton, OK 73501 580-355-5150 McAlester The Filling Station526 E Carl AlbertMcAlester, OK 74501 918-423-2272 Norman Homeland2600 W. Robinson StreetNorman, OK 73069 405-321-1313 Perry Homeland702 Fir StreetPerry, OK 73077 580-336-5316 Sand Springs Supersave4001 S Hwy 97Sand Springs, OK 74063 918-241-3748 Woodward Sweets4110 Williams AveWoodward, OK 73801 580-256-2708 Yukon Homeland11241 West RenoYukon, OK 73099 405-324-2205

Prizes over $5,000 – For an award of more than $5,000, you must fill out a claim form and redeem your prize at the state’s lottery headquarters in Oklahoma City.

Claiming prizes by mail – You can claim any prize by mailing your winning ticket to the Oklahoma Lottery Headquarters, P.O Box 548810, Oklahoma City OK 73154-8810. You must include a completed claim form for any award of more than $600.

Claiming prizes as a lottery pool – If you win a prize as part of a lottery pool, everyone in your group must fill out an ‘Agreement to Share Ownership Claim Form’. You will all need to provide photo ID and another valid form of identification. The tax liability can then be split between everyone in the pool.

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When you claim a prize in Oklahoma, you should also be aware of the following rules:

  • The claim period is 180 days from the date of a drawing
  • Prizes of more than $5,000 are subject to 4 percent state tax
  • If you win a Lotto America prize, it is considered a matter of open record

Oklahoma Winners

While winning a prize in Oklahoma is regarded as a matter of public record, winners can keep their identities from being disclosed by claiming through a legal trust or limited liability company. It is therefore the name of the trust that is disclosed, and not that of the individual.

Oklahoma has already seen some big winners since Lotto America relaunched. The first was a man from Woodward who landed $3.5 million in December 2020, having bought his ticket from Love’s Travel Stops. An even bigger payout came just a few months later, when a man from Oklahoma City won $8 million in July 2021. He had purchased his entry from First Place Convenience Store on Sixth Street in downtown Oklahoma City, and opted to take the one-time cash sum of over $5.7 million.