WBIN, Derry, NH
How To Claim
Any prize that is less than $600 may be claimed at any New Hampshire Lottery Retailer. If you possess a winning ticket for a prize of $600 or more OR multiple tickets whose prizes add up to $600 or more, regardless of the game, you may claim it at the New Hampshire Lottery® Headquarters or you may claim it by mail.
Players can purchase NH Powerball/Power Play, Tri-State Megabucks Plus, NH Hot Lotto/Sizzler and NH Mega Millions/Megaplier subscriptions from any of our 1,200 lottery retailers statewide! When purchasing a subscription while in New Hampshire from a NH Lottery Retailer, you will no longer need a NH mailing address. Subscription play for the 4 games listed above may be purchased for 26 drawings, 52 drawings or 104 drawings
Every time a Mega Millions ticket is purchased in New Hampshire, all profits remain in the state and are earmarked for education.
Since 1964, the New Hampshire Lottery has had a significant financial impact on the state. For the past 47 years, the New Hampshire Lottery has recorded $4.6 billion in lottery sales and other earnings, with $3 billion being paid in prizes and other cost of sales. Net proceeds to education to date total almost $1.5 billion.
There is a federal tax withholding of 25% for any winnings over $5,000. The top federal graduated tax rate is 35%. Lottery winners may be at a tax rate other than the 25% withholding rate. Non-Resident of the United States will have a 30% tax withholding for any winnings over $599.
State Fun Facts
The New Hampshire Lottery Commission is the oldest, legal lottery in the United States.
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