Can you anonymously claim lottery in CT?

Can you anonymously claim lottery in CT?

No, winners cannot remain anonymous. A winner’s name, hometown, date of claim, game name, prize amount, and the Retailer name/location where the winning ticket was purchased are considered public information.

Where was the winning CT Lottery ticket sold?

The winning ticket was sold at One-Stop Convenience Store at 914 South Main Street in Cheshire. The store will reportedly receive a $100,000 retailer bonus for selling the ticket.

How to pick the lottery winners?

Buffalo Sabres (16.6 percent)

  • Anaheim Ducks (12.1 percent)
  • Seattle Kraken (10.3 percent)
  • New Jersey Devils (10.3 percent)
  • Columbus Blue Jackets (8.5 percent)
  • Detroit Red Wings (7.6 percent)
  • San Jose Sharks (6.7 percent)
  • Los Angeles Kings (5.8 percent)
  • Vancouver Canucks (5.4 percent)
  • Ottawa Senators (4.5 percent)
  • Do lottery winners ever regret winning?

    You’ve heard of lottery winners who regret it. The guy who won $23 million but later declared he was happier when he was broke. The $450 million Powerball winner who later wished he had torn his ticket up.

    How to “win” the lottery?

    – Louisa Tomlinson, 57, and husband, Greg, 62, of Ash, Kent, endured ‘tough years’ – She had been recovering from a stroke and treatment to mend a hole in her heart – Couple bought Scrabble Cashword Scratchcard at a Tesco Extra in Broadstairs – They want to buy a ‘cosy two-bedroom’ cottage with a small garden in Norfolk

    What were the lottery winning numbers?

    View past winning numbers on one of the Last 180 Days game pages: Powerball, Mega Millions, The Pick, Fantasy 5, Pick 3 or Triple Twist. What phone number do I call to hear the winning numbers? If you live in area codes 480, 602, 623, or 520, use the local hotline numbers: For callers outside of the metro areas, call 1-800-499-3798.