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Types of ID

WHAT TYPES OF ID ARE ACCEPTABLE FOR LOTTERY PRIZE CLAIMS?

Valid government issued identification with date of birth.

The following are acceptable:

  • Provincial/Territorial/State Driver's Licence

  • Birth Certificate

  • Certificate of Canadian Citizenship

  • Ontario Photo Card

  • Government-issued Employee Identification Card (must include photograph and date of birth).

  • Passport - Canadian or other country

  • Old Age Security (OAS) Identification Card

  • Certificate of Indian Status

  • Firearms Possession and Acquisition Licence (PAL)

  • Permanent Resident Card Canada

  • Permanent Resident Card US

  • U.S. State ID

  • Military ID

  • Nexus Card 

Wins less than $10,000 require one piece of valid ID from the above list.

Wins $10,000 and over require two pieces of valid ID, one of which must include a photo of the claimant and date of birth. The second piece of ID may include any from the above list or:

  • Major credit card

  • Bank card (pre-printed with your name)

  • BYID (age of majority card)

Do not submit Ontario Health Cards and/or Social Insurance Numbers with your claim documents. OLG does not accept either as ID for prize claims.