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Prize Payout Offices 2020 Holiday Hours

For St. Albert and Calgary Prize Payout offices

AGLC Prize Payout Offices open to the public by appointment only

AGLC Prize Payout Offices are processing claims for players with the following requirements:

  • For the safety of staff and players, all in-person claims are by appointment only. Walk-in claims will not be accepted.
  • In-person appointments are available Monday to Friday, 8:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.
  • Prizes between $1,001 and $9,999.99 can be claimed in both Calgary and St. Albert. Prizes of $10,000 and up can only be claimed in St. Albert.
  • Winners can still claim prizes under $1,000 at retail. We recommend that claimants check with the retailer first to be sure they are able to pay out the prize.
  • Both locations are implementing the health measures outlined by Alberta’s Chief Medical Officer of Health, including physical distancing and disinfecting all appropriate surfaces between appointments.
  • AGLC staff are pleased to assist players and will be available by email and phone to answer questions or concerns.
  • Safety protocols, as advised by Alberta’s Chief Medical Officer of Health, have been implemented to ensure the safety of players and staff.

To book an appointment please call:

  • St. Albert Prize Payout Office – 780-447-8616
  • Calgary Prize Payout Office – 403-663-8301
  • Email: [email protected]

Please read our Frequently Asked Questions for the re-opening of the AGLC Prize Payout Offices.

How to claim a lottery prize

Congratulations! You’ve won a prize. Now what?

Take a look at the information below to get you started. Your prize amount determines what you do.

Up to $100

Prizes may be claimed:

  • Through a Lottery Ticket Retailer

$101 to $1,000

Prizes may be claimed:

Through a Lottery Ticket Retailer: Ask the retailer if they have enough cash to pay your prize. Lottery retailers are not obligated to pay prizes over $100. If a ticket wins $100.01 or more, the retailer can cancel the validation and direct you to claim your prize at another retailer or from an Alberta Prize Payout office.

By mail, through WCLC:

Western Canada Lottery Corporation
Prize Payout
10th Floor, 125 Garry Street
Winnipeg, MB R3C 4J1

  • In person, through Alberta Prize Payout Offices:

Phone: 780-447-8616
Toll Free: 1-800-272-8876 ask for extension 8616
Office hours: 8:30 a.m. – 3:30 p.m.
Monday – Friday (except holidays)

Calgary Prize Payout Office
Deerfoot Atrium South
310, 6715 – 8 Street NE
Calgary, AB T2E 7H7

Phone: 403-663-8301
Office hours: 8:30 a.m. – 3:30 p.m.
Monday – Friday (except holidays)

$1,001 to $9,999.99

Prizes may be claimed:

    By mail, through WCLC:

Western Canada Lottery Corporation
Prize Payout
10th Floor, 125 Garry Street
Winnipeg, MB R3C 4J1

  • In person, through Alberta Prize Payout Offices:
  • Phone: 780-447-8616
    Toll Free: 1-800-272-8876 ask for extension 8616
    Office hours: 8:30 a.m. – 3:30 p.m.
    Monday – Friday (except holidays)

    Calgary Prize Payout Office
    Deerfoot Atrium South
    310, 6715 – 8 Street NE
    Calgary, AB T2E 7H7

    Phone: 403-663-8301
    Office hours: 8:30 a.m. – 3:30 p.m.
    Monday – Friday (except holidays)

    $10,000 and up

    Anything over $10,000 is considered a major claim. You must claim in person.

    All major claims require an appointment in advance. Please call 1-800-272-8876 and ask for extension 8616.

    How to check your ticket

    There are several ways to check your ticket.

    • Use the Ticket Checkers at your lottery retailer.
    • Sign up for the WCLC MVP Service and have DAILY GRAND, LOTTO MAX, WESTERN MAX, LOTTO 6/49 and WESTERN 649 winning numbers emailed to you.
    • Download the free WCLC Lottery Manager app and use the ticket checker feature.
    • Check the winning numbers printed and posted at retail centres.
    • Call the Winning Numbers Lines for the most recent numbers:
      • Edmonton 780-459-5100
      • Calgary 403-275-8101

    Learn about checking lottery tickets, how to claim your prize and Prize Payout locations.

    Albert Lotto, piano

    Albert Lotto, cited by music critic Robert Sherman as “one of our best pianists,” is active internationally as a solo concert performer, orchestral soloist, and ensemble musician. Since winning First Prize in the Montreal International Piano Competition, and the Gold Medal at the Busoni International Piano Competition, he has toured frequently and extensively on four continents. Albert Lotto was chosen by the Juilliard School to represent the United States Department of State as a cultural ambassador to Japan, Taiwan, the Republic of China, Panama, Guatemala, El Salvador and Peru. He simultaneously worked with the Peace Corps as a representative artist and teacher in Honduras.

    Mr. Lotto is a frequent performer in Japan. In addition to solo recitals throughout the country, he records for the National Broadcasting Corporation of Japan (NHK), Columbia Records of Japan, and he has performed with Osaka Philharmonic Orchestra, the Metropolitan Orchestra of Tokyo and virtually every major orchestra in Japan. This last summer, Mr. Lotto appeared together with two of Japan’s foremost composers, Yoshinao Nakada and Teizo Matsumura in performances of their major works for solo piano and chamber music ensembles.

    Based in New York, he frequently appears in major halls in New York, Boston, Philadelphia and Montreal. He is artistic director for a concert series presented at the Tenri Cultural Institute which is located in the Greenwich Village neighborhood of New York. This series promotes the careers of young artists from Asia as well as those from all other countries. Educated at the Juilliard School of Music, he received his doctorate while a student of Sascha Gorodnitzki.

    Albert Lotto, piano Albert Lotto, cited by music critic Robert Sherman as “one of our best pianists,” is active internationally as a solo concert performer, orchestral soloist, and ensemble