The expiration date is often listed on the back of your ticket.
If the expiration date is not listed, check with your lottery.
Some jurisdictions are required by law to provide the winner's name, city of residence, game won and prize amount to any third party who requests the information.
Other jurisdictions allow winners to create trusts to shield their names from the public, or otherwise claim prizes anonymously.
Each Play on a ticket is separately determined; players cannot crisscross Play lines on a ticket or combine numbers from other tickets. Players can generally claim a prize up to 0 at any licensed lottery retailer in the jurisdiction where they bought the ticket.
Each jurisdiction has its own law on winners remaining anonymous.The Lotteries do not contact prize winners through email, and lotteries do not charge fees to claim Powerball prizes.Lotteries do not send purported winners a "preliminary prize check" and ask them to advance back a service fee to claim a bigger prize. Federal and jurisdictional income taxes may apply to any claimed prize money. Players from jurisdictions where Powerball tickets are not sold, either in the United States or outside the country, can purchase Powerball tickets from a retailer licensed or authorized by the selling jurisdiction, if they meet the legal age requirement in the jurisdiction of purchase.