Saturday, May 28th, 2011

All prizes remaining as of Saturday, May 28.
For up to date prizes remaining information visit our scratch-off page.


Double Your Luck ($1) – 74% sold
Top Prize – $2,000; Eight remain
13 $1,000 prizes remain

2 For The Money ($2) – 55% sold
Top Prize – $10,000; Two remain
Two $5,000 and nine $2,000 prizes remain

Money Mania ($5) – 73% sold
Top Prize – $50,000; Two remain
Reveal a “MANIA” symbol to win all 15 prizes shown.

Livin’ Lucky ($10) – 96% sold
Top Prize – $250,000; One remains
Two $10,000 prizes remain

Just Announced: The final lucky drawing is scheduled for Thursday, July 7.
Enter your Lucky Code online at for a chance to win $100,000.

Platinum Rewards ($20) – 88% sold
Top Prize – $1,000,000; One remains
Plus, there is one Top Prize Drawing of $1,000,000 remaining.
For more information on the Top Prize Drawing, click here.

  • Duk

    How many percent of The Platinum tickets are sold ? I got the TPD and how many percent chance I might have to win for each TPD? Thank you.

    • mdlottery

      Duk: Platinum Rewards is 90% sold. The probability of winning the “TPD” prize of $1,000,000 will be determined by the number of entries received. Good luck.

  • LHWms

    Lately, I’ve given up on the Lottery. I’ve wasted too much money. It really is a gimmick. I can do better at the DE Casino.
    I see large Winners @ Delaware Park most of the time I’m there, and I’m there frequently. If you dont have any luck @ DE Park, try Chester, PA @ Harrarh’s. The Odds are much better than Maryland Scratch Offs.
    We all should really give it a break, until the master minds distribute more winning tickets. I’m sure someone knows where they are printed, because all systems using numbers are tracked.

  • Theresa

    Where to find Livin Lucky in 21014 or 21015? Thanks!

    • mdlottery

      Theresa: We do not have any Livin’ Lucky books available in this area.

  • Freida Burden

    I agree with Glenda. I play scratchoffs on a regular basis even when new ones come out. I can never win! And it’s true whenever there’s a large win it’s always in the county. I live in the 21206 area and work in the 21218 area. And I play fathfully.

  • Bob

    Where are $20 Players Club scratchoffs? There are many prizes left and distibutors in 21224 are saying the lottery isn’t supplying any more tickets? What’s up with that?

    • mdlottery

      Bob: Thanks for writing in. Due to very slow sales for this game, as well as excessive inventory at the $20 price point we have stopped distribution of this game and will relaunch it in the future.

  • Victor

    Where can you find Lucky 8’s scratch off in the 21218 or 21227 area?

    • mdlottery

      Victor: Unfortunately Lucky 8’s is in final claim status and we cannot definitively tell you where or if any tickets remain.

  • jorge

    hi, do you have a subscription for a scratch and win ticket? Also , can i buy scratch and win ticket online, to be sent to my home address? thanks!

    • mdlottery

      jorge: We currently do not sell lottery online. You can apply for a subscription for Multi-Match and Mega Millions. You can find more information on our subscription services here.

  • waitin4awin in mechanicsville

    I live in the 20659 area where can I find the bingo tickets Bingo Times 10?

    • waitin4awin in mechanicsville

      And also the Prize Line Bingo?

      • mdlottery

        waitin4awin: For Prize Line Bingo try Burchmart at 27350 Three Notch Road.

    • mdlottery

      waitin4awin: For Bingo Times 10 try Bert’s 50’s Diner at 28760 Three Notch Road.

  • Helena Simpson

    what do you mean when you say estimated probility of winning is 1 in 3.91? does it mean 1 in three thousand or million ?

    • mdlottery

      Helena: This refers to the ‘overall odds,’ which is best described as the ratio of winning tickets to non-winning tickets from all tickets printed for the game.

  • Play the 5 dollar crossword and the last 20 I bought not even a 5 dollar winner, everyone I talk to thinks you have cut back on payoffs on scratches.Alot of my fellow players have cut back because of no paybacks, this is what keeps one playing.

    • mdlottery

      charlotte: I’m sorry that your experience playing Maryland Lottery’s scratch-off games has been disappointing. As you are aware, the average, estimated probability of winning is located on the back of all scratch-off tickets. Even though the average chance of winning a prize is stated, this does not mean that there’s an automatic winner within that amount of consecutive tickets. Payouts for our instant games are among the best in the country, and we have not changed any overall payouts at any price points in years.

  • iconsidermyslef to be a native naw yoker and wants to play the lottery in new york plus the dc area

  • Joe

    Do you know where I can fin Livin Lucky in 21076, 21060, or 21062?

    • mdlottery

      Joe: Try Food Lion at 2655 Annapolis Rd.

      • Jennifer

        Do you know where I can find Livin Lucky in zip 21222 & 21219?

        • mdlottery

          Jennifer: Try 7/11 at 7440 Holabird Ave.

  • Why is it that some vendors sell the scratch off tickets from the bottom instead of from #1 through whatever #?.

    • mdlottery

      dee: It all depends on how the book is inserted into the dispenser by the retailer.

  • Debbie Falter

    How do you find out how many tickets of each scratch off are remaining. All I can find is how many winning tickets are left.
    Thank You

    • mdlottery

      Debbie: Thanks for writing in. We do not have this information available on the website. We are working towards adding it in the future.


    I bet the MD lottery makes more money from Baltimore city then any of the surrounding counties, then why don’t we have more large winners? Everytime theres a large winner its in one of those counties.

    • mdlottery

      Glenda: Thanks for writing in. We get this comment a lot. People living in Baltimore believe all the winners are elsewhere and vice versa. Truth is the geographic locations of our winners are all random. There is no way to predict where the winners will be. However, research tells us that more winners come from areas of the State in which more people are playing. Please take a look at our winners stories. There you’ll see that we have winners from all over the State.

      In fact, a Baltimore woman just won $50,000 playing Gimme 5. You can read her story here.

    • laverne

      I disagree, most of your winners are in Baltimore and it’s surrounding counties. There are many players throughout Maryland but the winnings are NOT equal throughout.

  • linnea

    I play scratch offs every day in Essex, and I also play every price range, sadly it’s very hard to win anything over $100.00, including $20.00 scrath offs. I hope MD. Lottery show some mercy to the Essex area soon :-).



    • mdlottery

      Brenda: The Lottery’s television partner is WBAL-TV Channel 11, one of Maryland’s most watched stations. You can find drawing times here.

      If you live in an area of the state that WBAL-TV does not reach, you can watch drawings online here at on MDLotteryTV.

  • Joan Jones

    What is my chances of winning if I become a mail in rendom pick player or with my own numbers i select

    • mdlottery

      Joan Jones: The odds of winning on a second chance game vary based on the number of entries we receive for each game. Good luck.

  • Ozzie Neff

    I’ll be glad when the Livin Lucky contest is done. I have mucho entries…no success story though. Closest I came is my girlfriend won a roll of Livin Lucky scratchies…won $300 off the roll.

  • Stacie

    Looking living large in zip code 21223 and 21228

    • mdlottery

      Stacie: You can find Livin’ Lucky tickets at 40 West Shell at 700 N. Rolling Road.