The Michigan Lottery has teamed up with the Secretary of State (SOS) for a pilot program that allows Lottery players to submit a claim for a Lottery prize at select SOS branches, in the Upper Peninsula and northern Michigan.
Beginning Thursday, the pilot program allows Lottery players to visit participating SOS branches to submit a claim for a Lottery prize ranging from $601 up to $50,000. The participating SOS 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
The joint effort between the state agencies is designed to provide Lottery players in the Upper Peninsula and northern Michigan with more options to claim prizes from $601 up to $50,000.
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. To submit a claim for a Lottery prize at a SOS branch, players should bring the winning ticket, a valid photo ID, Social Security card, and bank account information (routing and account numbers).
Prizes of $600 or less may be claimed at Lottery retailers across the state. Prizes of $601 up to $50,000 may be claimed at Lottery offices, bank claim centers, or participating SOS branches. Players who win $50,001 or more should contact the Lottery’s Public Relations division at 517-373-1237 to set up an appointment to claim their prize.