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Vermont Scratch Off Lottery Codes

Updated: July 16th, 2013   |   36 Comments   |   Post Comment
Prize Code Other Code Combinations

Warning: The Lottery does not encourage players to rely solely on these codes when determining the value of a ticket. Please play responsibly.

Notes: The letter codes are standard for prizes from $1 to $100 only. That is the only information that I have regarding this state. Please feel free to post a comment with any information that you may have.

$1.00 GG
$2.00 BB
$3.00 EE
$4.00 SS
$5.00 CC
$7.00 QQ
$8.00 HH
$9.00 XX
$10.00 DD
$12.00 AA
$15.00 ZZ
$20.00 FF
$25.00 JJ
$30.00 RR
$40.00 NN
$50.00 KK
$100.00 WW
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  1. Reply to this comment
    9:36 PM on March 22nd, 2011

    Vermont uses two letters on their lottery tickets. Of what I have seen so far: If the letters match, it is a winner. If the letters don’t, it is a loser.

    EE – $1
    UU – $100

    • Big Fish
      8:39 AM on March 23rd, 2011


    • allen
      9:57 AM on December 11th, 2012

      i agree with rich because its really popular for that to happen so EE would equal $1.

  2. Reply to this comment
    10:49 PM on March 23rd, 2011

    Took a trip over to the Green Mountain State today, got a few more codes:

    $4 – SS
    $5 – CC
    $10- DD
    $20- FF
    $40- NN

    • Big Fish
      7:39 AM on March 24th, 2011

      Thanks – I’ve updated the page. It looks like you’re the only one with codes for Vermont.

  3. Reply to this comment
    2:55 AM on March 31st, 2011

    ee on my ticket is a 3$ winner?

    • Big Fish
      1:34 PM on March 31st, 2011

      Thanks for letting us know. Can anyone else verify the dollar amount for “ee”?

  4. Reply to this comment
    11:14 PM on August 4th, 2011

    WW= $100. not UU.. the letters U,L,Y,P are losing codes..there will be a combination of two of the four for a lose..if you have 2 of the same letters you win.

    HH= $8
    KK= $50

    • Big Fish
      7:49 AM on August 5th, 2011

      Thanks – I’ve updated the page.

    • Rick
      4:45 PM on January 29th, 2012

      Unless Vermont changed it’s letter code, I could have sworn that my $100 winner was U-U. But unfortunately it has been two years since I had that ticket and cannot verify it.

      I know U is used as a losing letter when paired with a different letter, but sometimes they try to fool you like in other states.

    • Aubrey
      7:36 PM on February 4th, 2012

      Just because you get a U L Y P doesn’t mean that it’s a loser. any winners 100 or above don’t have a double letter…meaning they are those for letters you listed.

  5. Reply to this comment
    11:19 PM on August 4th, 2011

    GG= 1
    BB= 2
    EE= 3
    SS= 4
    CC= 5
    HH= 8
    DD= 10
    FF= 20
    NN= 40
    KK= 50
    WW= 100

    • Big Fish
      7:49 AM on August 5th, 2011

      Thanks – I’ve updated the page.

    • eli
      10:05 PM on June 5th, 2013


  6. Reply to this comment
    12:43 PM on September 3rd, 2011

    Actually, P and U do NOT necessarily mean a loser, so LOOK!! I had a scratch off ticket a few years back, and at first when I saw those two letters..I almost threw it away ( I usually scratch and find the letters first)..but I decided to scratch the rest and thank goodness! It was a 500 dollar winner! So look carefully, even if you see “loser” letters. :-)

  7. Reply to this comment
    6:37 PM on September 14th, 2011

    JJ $25

    • Big Fish
      8:16 AM on September 15th, 2011

      Thanks – I’ve updated the page.

  8. Reply to this comment
    1:12 AM on October 23rd, 2011

    I just got a QQ…..it is a $7 winner. I won $500 last year and the code was “L U” so always check your tickets!!

    • Big Fish
      8:20 AM on October 24th, 2011

      I added the code for $7 but the codes don’t apply to anything over $100.

  9. Reply to this comment
    6:32 PM on November 24th, 2011

    what does a zz mean ?

    • kendall
      7:48 AM on December 6th, 2011

      z is 15 i believe

    • Big Fish
      7:49 AM on December 6th, 2011

      You should have it checked and then let us know. I’ll add it to the page if it’s $15.

    • Ken
      3:10 PM on December 23rd, 2011

      Didn’t you check the rest of your ticket

    • AL
      7:56 PM on January 19th, 2012

      ZZ IS $15. JUST GOT ONE

    • Big Fish
      7:38 AM on January 20th, 2012

      Thanks AL. I just updated the page.

  10. Reply to this comment
    12:47 AM on February 8th, 2012

    RR is a 30 dollar winner got one today

    • Big Fish
      10:06 AM on February 8th, 2012

      Thanks – I’ve updated the page.

  11. Reply to this comment
    3:05 PM on July 3rd, 2012

    My dad has won “grand prize” on two or three different tickets in the past few years – and anything over $100 winner ($100 is WW I think) has what is normally losing letters – being Y, U, L, and P. i can’t remember if grand prize winners are the same losing letter twice or a combination of two different ones as in real losers, but everyone just keep that in mind. It makes me sad to think of how many people have probably thrown away big winners because they only look at the letters.

  12. Reply to this comment
    9:52 PM on September 18th, 2012

    I just got A $9 winner on the 7 11 21 ticket it was A $3 winner on all 3 games and the code was XX.

    • Big Fish
      10:46 AM on September 19th, 2012

      Thanks – I’ve updated the page.

  13. Reply to this comment
    7:38 PM on December 10th, 2012

    to respond to nick, i won 500 last spring on the 3 dollar rings of cash and the letters are the odd letters you mentioned, but to confirm for you they are not identical or double (as i heard from some people before) they are actually a combination of two of those mentioned letters, i.e. U and L or P and Y. Im figuring the state does the top prizes this way to get people to throw away their big winners if they do not check their game good enough. Ive also seen some people just scratch for the letters and if its not a winning letter they will throw them away without even scratching the rest of the ticket. I wonder how many top prizes have been thrown away over the years by people doing this.

  14. Reply to this comment
    12:26 AM on May 4th, 2013

    It is true… that any scratch tix in VT that are winners (anything over $100) has two mis matched letters.. (U,L,P,or Y). I just hit a $250 dollar winner TODAY that has letters U and P….NEVER EVER PLAY THE GAME LOOKING FOR LETTERS… cuz you may loose out and throw out a winner.. the lottery does that on purpose to catch the addicts just looking for letters… i have never been one… one time i found a $100 winner looking thru the trash cuz i double check… dont be fooled

  15. Reply to this comment
    Dani Rae
    7:59 AM on July 16th, 2013

    I got a $12 winner and the letters are AA

    • Big Fish
      1:18 PM on July 16th, 2013

      Thanks – I’ve updated the page.

  16. Reply to this comment
    Inquiring Mind
    1:21 PM on November 18th, 2013

    What does it mean when you have NO letters on your scratch ticket?? I’m puzzled, have gotten many tickets before today, and have ALWAYS had letters on them…

    • just me
      7:11 PM on November 21st, 2013

      They are doing away with the letter codes….

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