Michigan lottery office livonia mi
LANSING, May 19, 2011 – The Michigan Lottery’s Dearborn Heights regional office will move to Livonia.
Beginning Monday, May 23, players can cash tickets at the new office located at 33231 Plymouth Rd., in Livonia. The new phone number is 734-266-3769.
The current office, located at 27315 W. Warren, in Dearborn Heights, will permanently close on Friday at 4:45 p.m. Players can cash their tickets at the Dearborn Heights office until closing on Friday and will have to go to the new Livonia location on Monday.
“We are excited to open our new office in Livonia and expect the new facility will continue to serve our players in Wayne County” said Lottery Commissioner M. Scott Bowen.
Players who win any prize over $600 but less than $50,001 must visit one of the Lottery’s Regional offices or licensed bank claim centers to redeem tickets. Other Regional offices are located in Detroit, Grand Rapids, Sterling Heights, Lansing and Saginaw.
For additional information about the new office, please call the Lottery’s Public Relations office at 517-373-1237.
Over 94 cents of every dollar spent on Lottery tickets is returned to the state in the form of contributions to the state School Aid Fund, prizes to players and commissions to retailers. In fiscal year 2010, the contribution to schools was $701.3 million. Since its inception in 1972, the Lottery has contributed more than $15 billion to education in Michigan.
For additional information, please visit the Lottery’s Web site at www.michiganlottery.com.
“The Michigan Lottery. All across the state good things happen.”LANSING, May 19, 2011 – The Michigan Lottery's Dearborn Heights regional office will move to Livonia. Beginning Monday, May 23, players can cash tickets at the new office located at 33231 Plymouth Rd., in Livonia. The new phone number is 734-266-3769. The current office, located at 27315 W. Warren, in Dearborn Heights, will permanently close…
If you win a Michigan Lottery prize, you have one year from the date of the drawing to claim your money. The method for claiming your prize depends on how much you won, and whether you played online or through a retailer.
If you played online, any prize of up to $600 will be paid automatically into your online account. You can withdraw winnings at any time or decide to purchase more tickets. The minimum withdrawal amount is $10.
If you win a prize between $600 and $50,000, you must complete an online claim. Just go to your account, select вЂTax Reported PrizesвЂ™ and follow the step-by-step process. You should have copies of your Social Security card and valid government-issued photo identification (state ID or driverвЂ™s license) ready to submit. The prize will be paid into your online account once the claim has been approved.
Prizes over $50,000 need to be claimed in person at the Michigan Lottery’s central office in Lansing. You will first need to complete an online claim by logging on to your account and selecting вЂTax Reported WinningsвЂ™. You are then advised to call the Michigan Lottery on 517-373-1237 to arrange an appointment. Winners must present their Social Security card and valid government-issued photo ID (state ID or driverвЂ™s license) to receive their prize.
If you bought your ticket in a store, prizes up to $600 can be claimed from Michigan Lottery retailers, just by presenting your winning ticket and having it validated. However, retailers are not required by state law or Lottery rules and regulations to offer prize redemptions. Some stores also have strict limits on how much cash can be kept on site, so it may not be possible to receive your prize until a later date.
If you win a prize of up to $50,000, you can claim your money from any of the Michigan LotteryвЂ™s Claim Centers listed below. Opening hours are 8:00AM to 4:30PM from Monday to Friday (excluding holidays).
Lansing Claim Center
101 E. Hillsdale Street
P.O. Box 30023
Lansing, MI 48909
Livonia Claim Center
33231 Plymouth Rd.
Livonia, MI 48150
Sterling Heights Claim Center
34700 Dequindre Road
Sterling Heights, MI 48310
Detroit Claim Center
3060 W. Grand Boulevard
Detroit, MI 48202
Grand Rapids Claim Center
3391-B Plainfield Ave. NE
Grand Rapids, MI 49525
Saginaw Claim Center
Jerome T. Hart State Office Building
411 E. Genesee Avenue
Saginaw, MI 48607
You will have to provide the original winning ticket, valid government-issued photo ID (state ID or driverвЂ™s license), Social Security card and bank account details. Players must bring with them the original winning ticket, plus valid photo identification and Social Security card.
Alternatively, prizes up to $50,000 can be claimed from certain partner bank claim centers across Michigan:
Delta CP Branch #381
305 Ludington St
Escanaba, MI 49829
Grayling- Branch #350
2384C S I-75 Business Loop
Grayling, MI 49738
Marquette- Branch #387
2025 US 41 W
Marquette, MI 49855
Sault. Ste. Marie
Sault Ste Marie- Branch #374
2700 Davitt St
Sault Sainte Marie, MI 49783
Houghton- Branch #382
902 Razorback Dr.
Houghton, MI 49931
Prizes of greater than $50,000 must be claimed at the Michigan Lottery’s central office in Lansing. You should call the Michigan Lottery on 517-373-1237 to arrange an appointment, and must then present your winning ticket, Social Security card and valid government-issued photo identification (state ID or driverвЂ™s license) to receive your prize.
An annuity is a fixed sum of money paid out to winners in regular instalments for a long period of time. A number of Michigan Lottery games have a top prize where players can decide whether to receive an annuity payment or a reduced cash option.
The cash option represents the current cash value of a jackpot, while the annuity is how much it would be worth over time with all the interest it would accrue. For example, winners of the Powerball and Mega Millions jackpots can choose whether to receive 30 annual instalments over 29 years or a one-off lump sum.
In Lucky for Life, players who win either of the top two prizes have 60 days from the date they make their claim to request the alternative cash option, otherwise they will continue to be paid the advertised daily/yearly payments.
Taxes on Winnings
Michigan Lottery prizes are subject to federal and state income tax laws, depending on the value of your win. There is no withholding on prizes under $5,000, but anyone who wins at least $600 will be required to report the income in the tax year it is claimed. For prizes over $5,000, winnings are subject to a 4.25 percent withholding at state level and an estimated 24 percent in federal tax.Michigan Lottery prizes are valid for one year after the winning drawing. Find out how to claim your prize from a lottery retailer or a regional MI Claim Center. ]]>