|Multi-Match Detailed Results|
|Monday, October 20, 2014|
|5 of 6 ($1,000)||16|
|4 of 6 ($20)||861|
|3 of 6 ($2)||12,865|
|Number of Winners Matching on Multiple Lines|
|10+ of 18 ($2,000)||1|
|9 of 18 ($500)||13|
|8 of 18 ($100)||93|
|7 of 18 ($20)||564|
|6 of 18 ($7)||2,899|
|5 of 18 ($2)||10,132|
|Next Drawing||Thurs., Oct. 23, 2014|
Baltimore woman claims win on Twisted Bingo instant ticket
“It only takes one (ticket),” said the proud papa, who is a loyal player and steady winner of small sums on a variety of Lottery games. “I hit often,” he said. The man gave his adult daughter the gift of the Twisted Bingo scratch-off to play “just because.”
The novice player scratched off the eight play boards on her bingo scratch-off at home and, in disbelief, showed it to her father. Was she really holding a $150,000 top-prize winning scratch-off?
Happily, the answer was yes. “He confirmed everything,” she said. The happy winner, who works with children, plans to pay bills and put the money into a college fund so four children in the family who are now ages 6 to 12 can enjoy a higher education.
The father, who works in a warehouse in the Baltimore area, bought the winning $10 scratch-off at a Speedy Mart at 7501 Harford Road in Parkville. For selling the ticket, the Baltimore-area retailer will receive a $1,000 bonus from the Lottery. The ticket has two more $150,000 top-prize winners in Maryland stores awaiting discovery.
Arnold man wins second-tier prize on Lottery’s Lucky Millionaire game
An Anne Arundel County resident who works on boats for a living switched gears last weekend to repair his wife’s car. Realizing that he was missing a vital part, the marine mechanic headed out to find a replacement and ran right into his lottery luck.
“I saw a store that I knew sold Lottery tickets and just had that sudden urge (to play),” said the 45-year-old husband and father. That perfectly placed Lottery retailer was Fishpaws Marketplace at 954 Ritchie Highway in Arnold. Our winner bought the Lucky Millionaire scratch-off because of his online research. While visiting the Lottery website the Arnold resident noticed that the game still had seven unclaimed top-prize and second-tier winning tickets. He spotted the scratch-off at the retailer and bought it.
“I scratched it in my truck and when I saw the first $5,000 I was thrilled, just amazed,” he said. Additional scratching revealed additional winnings, bringing his total prize to $50,000 on the $20 ticket.
“My family was out of town so I had no one to celebrate with,” he said. “It’ll be great when they return – we’ll have a heck of a night.”
He plans to spend the $50,000 prize on medical bills and his daughter’s college fund. “Just last week my wife and I talked about these bills, that we didn’t know how we’d be able to manage them. Now I know!”
The Lucky Millionaire game debuted earlier this year. It still has two $1 million top-prize-winning tickets and four $50,000 second-tier scratch-offs awaiting discovery in area stores.
|Powerball Detailed Results|
|Saturday, October 18|
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|Next Drawing||Wed. 10/22/2014|
|Mega Millions Detailed Results|
|Friday, October 17|
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|Next Drawing||Tue. 10/21/2014|
|Multi-Match Detailed Results|
|Thursday, October 16, 2014|
|5 of 6 ($1,000)||13|
|4 of 6 ($20)||804|
|3 of 6 ($2)||13,017|
|Number of Winners Matching on Multiple Lines|
|10+ of 18 ($2,000)||0|
|9 of 18 ($500)||12|
|8 of 18 ($100)||97|
|7 of 18 ($20)||637|
|6 of 18 ($7)||2,947|
|5 of 18 ($2)||10,206|
|Next Drawing||Mon, Oct. 20, 2014|
Claims $50,000 prize on Lucky Millionaire ticket
A retired deli clerk from Parkton placed the perfect order on her coffee break – a Maryland Lottery scratch-off loaded with extra winning, please! The 68-year-old ordered and scratched a Lucky Millionaire instant ticket that day to reveal a $50,000 second-tier prize – her largest win ever!
This lucky woman, who worked for years in the bakery department and deli counter of her local Graul’s Supermarket, placed her order for a Lottery win at the Meadowcroft Exxon in Parkton. Her previous top win of $100 made this prize a tasty surprise. As the happy Lottery player revealed one $10,000 prize after another on her ticket and tallied the total to $50,000, she found her excitement and disbelief growing. “I thought it was a typo,” she said.
The happy Baltimore County resident immediately sought out her husband of more than 50 years to celebrate the win. She plans to share news of the prize with a few friends and close family members. Her unexpected windfall will go toward savings and holiday expenses.
Our winner found her lucky ticket at the Meadowcroft Exxon at 300 Mount Carmel Road in Parkton. There are three $1 million prizes and four $50,000 prizes remaining on the $20 ticket.
Laurel man will help his niece celebrate her birthday in style
Many 21-year-olds have grand spending plans when they win big at the Maryland Lottery, but a Laurel man is heading to the toy aisle with his $50,000 win on a Fabulous 5s Doubler scratch-off.
Instead of buying a car or booking a fabulous vacation, the Prince George’s County resident is picking out My Little Pony® dolls and castles for his niece’s upcoming fourth birthday.
“We share a birthday so I wanted to spoil her a little,” the lucky man said, smiling. “This will definitely make that happen.”
He attributes his good fortune to the clerk at the Quick Save Mart & Citgo in Laurel who unknowingly selected the winning scratch-off for him. The new ticket just launched Sept. 22.
“I was getting change and asked the clerk for a $5 ticket, any ticket,” the winner said. “He gave me that one and I took it home to scratch.”
When he checked the ticket later that night, the young adult saw that every number was a winner. His dad, who accompanied him to claim the prize, told Lottery officials that he knew the ticket was worth $50,000 the moment he saw the symbol for a doubler. This is the second big Lottery prize for the family in recent months following his brother’s $10,000 win on a different scratch-off.
The retailer, Quick Save Mart & Citgo located on 3396 Fort Meade Road in Laurel, will receive a $500 bonus from the Lottery for selling the winning ticket. There are four remaining top prizes on the Fabulous 5s Doubler scratch-off.
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Weekly draw game will create more millionaires and feature a national television game show
Beginning October 19, the Maryland Lottery will join nearly two dozen lotteries across the country in offering a new weekly draw game, MONOPOLY MILLIONAIRES’ CLUB (MMC). The unique design of the game is expected to ‘spread the wealth’ among players across the nation by generating more millionaires than any game in lottery history.
A $5 draw ticket, MMC will feature five draw numbers along with a property number and name, a MILLIONAIRES’ CLUB number and a web code. Players can win the top prize of up to $25 million by matching all five of their numbers — plus the Monopoly property number — during a weekly drawing held each Friday at 11:15 p.m. If the top prize is won, at least ten winners nationwide will be randomly selected to win $1 million each. Ticket holders can also register their web codes online to earn entries into a drawing for a chance to appear on the nationally televised game show.
The MMC television game show will begin production in early 2015. Players from participating states, who were selected by entering their web codes into a drawing online, will travel to Las Vegas to serve as members of a studio audience and have the chance to win $1 million. Comedian and actor Billy Gardell (“Mike & Molly” and “You, Me and Dupree”) will host the show.
“We are excited about the addition of MONOPOLY MILLIONAIRES’ CLUB to the Maryland Lottery’s game portfolio,” said Maryland Lottery Director Stephen Martino. “It’s a unique game with new features that will keep things interesting for our players.”
To kick off the festivities locally, the Maryland Lottery has implemented an extensive grassroots campaign featuring media interviews with Mr. Monopoly; statewide visits to lottery retail locations and popular venues; and participation in large-scale regional events. Mr. Monopoly will run the 5K at this weekend’s Baltimore Running Festival along with 100 participants who will don top hats and tuxedo t-shirts to promote the game’s entry into Maryland.
This new approach to a national game was created by Scientific Games and branded with Hasbro’s iconic MONOPOLY game, which is one of the most well-known brands in the world.
“The MONOPOLY brand is one of the most successful brands in gaming with players winning with MONOPOLY-branded lottery, slots and sweepstakes. With our MONOPOLY MILLIONAIRES’ CLUB lottery game, the Top Prize and Club Prizes will break the bank and make more millionaires than ever before,” said Steve Saferin, president of properties group and chief creative officer for Scientific Games. “Our player research consistently indicates that participants would prefer to see the millions of dollars in lottery prizing distributed to multiple winners, rather than one or two players winning hundreds of millions of dollars each.”
Currently 24 states and jurisdictions participate in MMC, with more lotteries expected to join in the coming months.
Since 2006, there have been more than 170 MONOPOLY lottery games launched globally — with MONOPOLY Millionaire, distinct from traditional MONOPOLY — among the most popular licensed brands in lottery gaming in fiscal year 2013.