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Florida Lottery Social Hub
Retailers
Our network of more than 13,000 retailers brings Lottery games to Floridians from the Panhandle to the Keys. Every retailer plays a critical role in our mission to generate additional revenue for Florida's students and schools. Retailers earn commissions on Lottery sales and can build their business by offering the fun and excitement of Florida Lottery games.

Click here to view information on the retailer commission changes going into effect in fiscal year 2022-23.

How To Claim

Florida Lottery retailers have earned more than $6.4 billion in commissions and bonuses.

Reason
01

A portion of every Lottery ticket sold benefits education in communities across Florida. Retailers have helped generate more than $41 billion for students and schools.

Reason
02

Florida Lottery customers spend an average of $10.35 per visit, compared to $6.27 for non-Lottery customers. Additionally, 95% of Lottery customers buy at least one additional item during their visit.

Reason
03
    Join our winning team and become an official Florida Lottery retailer in three easy steps!
  1. Contact your nearest Lottery district office to request a site visit. A Lottery sales representative will visit your business to conduct an initial review and answer any preliminary questions.

  2. Complete the appropriate retailer application and required forms. A Lottery sales representative can assist in the completion of these forms, if needed. Once completed, a Lottery sales representative will submit your application forms; do not mail these forms. Use this Retailer Application Checklist to ensure your application package is complete.

  3. Pass Americans with Disabilities (ADA) compliance check. A Lottery representative will conduct a site visit of your business location to ensure Lottery products are accessible to persons with disabilities. During this visit, the Lottery representative will fill out an ADA Retailer/Applicant Site Survey form; we encourage retailers to review this form prior to the site visit. Your retailer application cannot be submitted until your location is ADA compliant.

Privacy Act Notice:
Under the Federal Privacy Act, disclosure of a person's Social Security number is voluntary unless a Federal statute specifically requires such disclosure or allows states to collect the number. In connection with filing an application to become a Florida Lottery retailer, disclosure of the applicant's Social Security number is required by rule 26 U.S.C.A. s. 6109 for tax reporting purposes. The applicant's Social Security number will also be used in performing the background investigation necessary to implement Section 24.112, Florida statutes, because the Social Security number is used as an identifier in the databases searched. The Lottery may also provide this information to law enforcement agencies to enforce criminal laws. Under Section 119.071(5), Florida Statutes, an agency may collect Social Security numbers if it is imperative for the performance of the agency's duties and responsibilities. Notice is hereby provided that for retailer applicants that are legal entities, it is imperative that the Lottery use the Social Security numbers of members, partners, officers, directors, etc., to conduct the background investigations necessary to implement Section 24.112, Florida Statutes, because the Social Security number is used as an identifier in the databases searched.

  1. How long does it take to become a Florida Lottery retailer?
    Once your retailer application is received by the Lottery's Retailer Contracting team, application processing begins. Retailer Contracting and/or your Lottery Sales Representative will contact you if there is any additional information needed. Processing may take several weeks. For questions, or to check the status of your application, please call 850-487-7714.

  2. How much does it cost to become a Florida Lottery retailer?
    New retailers pay a $100 application fee for the initial location, and $25 for each additional location, provided the additional location is associated with the same business entity as the first location.

  3. Why wasn't my business approved to be a Florida Lottery retailer?
    There are several reasons why a retailer application may not be approved, which will be provided in writing when the evaluation is completed. Retailers may be able to improve some of these conditions and re-apply.

  4. Do Florida Lottery retailers get an extra commission for selling winning tickets?
    Yes! Click here to see a list of the cashing and bonus commissions available to Florida Lottery retailers.

  5. Are Florida Lottery retailers always required to redeem winning tickets for prizes under $600?
    Yes. Part of the retailer contract outlines the requirement of redeeming winning tickets for players with prizes valued under $600. However, the retailer contract does not specify that the payment must be made in cash; retailers have the option to pay the prize in the form of cash, check, or money order. Furthermore, a retailer must ensure that sufficient funds are available by cash, check, or money order before validating any ticket to pay a prize.

  6. My Lottery equipment is malfunctioning, what should I do?
    If you're experiencing trouble with your terminal or other Lottery equipment, please contact our Retailer Hotline at
    1-800-226-3344, and select Option 1.

  7. How can I obtain my 1099 tax form?
    To request a copy of your 1099 form, please call our Retailer Hotline at 1-800-226-3344 and select Option 2.

Don't see the answer to your question?
Reach out to our Business Development Team at (850)-404-6581.

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Powerball with Double Play

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