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Lottery Winner Strikes Gold Again

May 16th, 2016
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Mevelyn Cullins III found a big scratch-off winner again at his Lucky lottery retailer, the Dash In located in Owings.

Prince Frederick man wins top prize on $50,000 Gold Rush scratch-off

Mevelyn Cullins III keeps striking gold by playing Maryland Lottery scratch-offs at the Owings Dash In. A $100,000 Lottery winner some four years ago, the Prince Frederick man just found a top-prize winning $50,000 Gold Rush scratch-off at the same lucky Lottery retailer.

His good fortune started with a $10 winning scratch-off. Needing to cash it, Mevelyn stopped at Dash In and bought two $50,000 Gold Rush instant tickets. He scratched his $50,000 winning ticket right there in the store and went into immediate shock.

“I can finally buy my dream car,” said the 56-year-old. His friend is selling a 1934 Ford Coupe Convertible and Mevelyn had planned to sell his Corvette to afford the dream car. Now, he gets to have both vehicles!

“Thumbs up to the cashier for selling me the ticket, now I can attend that Toby Keith concert at Solomons Island,” the happy winner exclaimed.

Mevelyn has worked as a chief engineer for a D.C. management company for 38 years. His prize will go a long way! This latest Lottery win will give him his dream car, allow him to pay off his credit cards and his wife’s debt, will pay for his trip to Ocean City and enable him to attend the June Toby Keith concert in Solomons.

The retailer also benefits from this win. Dash In #10921 located at 136 East Chesapeake Beach Road will receive a $500 bonus from the Lottery for selling the top-prize ticket in the $50,000 Gold Rush game.

On Fire: Retired Anne Arundel Fireman Wins $50,000 on Powerball

May 16th, 2016
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A $15 scratch-off win led to a $50,000 third-tier Powerball prize for a retired Anne Arundel County firefighter.

Lucky ticket purchased with winnings from $15 scratch-off prize

A retired Anne Arundel County firefighter is up in flames with joy after winning a $50,000 Powerball prize for the drawing held on May 4.

The 64-year-old Lottery player, who retired eight years ago, occasionally plays scratch-off games and Mega Millions, and on rare occasions, he plays Powerball. This was one of those occasions. He went to the Town Center Amoco, located at 10855 Town Center Boulevard in Dunkirk, to cash a $15 winning scratch-off ticket and used those winnings to buy Mega Millions and Powerball tickets.

After purchasing his tickets, he put them in his wallet and went about his day. He didn’t check the results until May 6, when he looked up the winning May 4 Powerball numbers on the Lottery’s website.

“I almost had the jackpot,” said the winner, shaking his head. “I missed it by one number.”

One of the white balls drawn on May 4 was a 47 and he had a 48. But he matched the other four white balls and the red Power Ball, giving him a $50,000 prize.

The married father of three adult sons was still thrilled about his win and immediately shared the news with his wife, who was upstairs when he found out.

“I told her to come on downstairs and check my ticket, because I think I won $50,000,” he said.

She checked the ticket for him, and then a return visit to the retailer sealed the deal.

The lucky winner plans to invest his prize money, but confessed that his wife has already been shopping. He added that he may also take a trip or two with his wife.

Friday the 13th A Lucky Day for Frederick County Man

May 16th, 2016
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Frederick County’s Mark Gregory celebrates his Friday the 13th $10,000 scratch-off win.

Finds $10,000 scratch-off prize on Friday, May 13

Whenever a Friday the 13th pops up on the calendar, many of us feel uneasy due to the superstition attached to the day and date since the Middle Ages. Winning $10,000 on a Maryland Lottery scratch-off on Friday, May 13, did much to cement Mark Gregory’s fondness for the day and date.

“Thirteen has always been my lucky number,” the Jefferson resident said. “Before I even knew her, it was my wife’s favorite.” Early in the morning of Friday, May 13, the sales and marketing specialist stopped at Ballenger Creek Pike Exxon located at 5870 Ballenger Creek Pike in Frederick to cash a few winning tickets and try his luck.

“I’ve been playing and winning with Lottery tickets for a long time,” he said. “I love scratch-offs. Part of my system is to put a few dollars back in whenever I win.”

He picked out four instant tickets including the $250,000 High Rollers Club, which is a $10 game with a $250,000 top prize. Noticing that the instant ticket he picked had 13 as its ticket number, Mark knew he’d play it first when he arrived home.

“My wife scratched it and turned to me, her hands shaking,” he said. “When she told me we’d just won $10,000, I didn’t believe it at first. I thought there was no way it could happen again.”

The Frederick County man won $10,000 last summer on a different Lottery scratch-off game. “We looked at it a few times and realized it was real,” the loyal player said. “We had won again!”

The couple plans to put the $10,000 win toward a down payment on a new home.

The $250,000 High Rollers Club game debuted in February and has just one $250,000 top prize remaining. Five more $10,000 winners are out in stores, too.

Arnold Resident Wins $10,000 on Hit It Big Scratch-off

May 16th, 2016

Confirms prize amount with a little help from My Lottery Rewards app

207-Hit-It-Big-ITVM_P1-goldAn Arnold woman who enjoys playing an occasional Maryland Lottery scratch-off had a lucky day when she purchased a $20 Hit It Big ticket worth $10,000.

She found her winning scratch-off at Green Valley Marketplace, located at 1238 Bay Dale Drive in Arnold. After buying the instant ticket, the mother of two returned home, scratched it off and started revealing prize amounts that left her puzzled. Her ex-husband was visiting and she gave him the task of interpreting the value of the ticket.

“I kept finding more prizes and I handed it to him and said, ‘Here, you do this,’ ” she said. “And he started saying, ‘Look at this, it’s more!’ ”

The two of them remained uncertain about the size of the prize until a few days later, when their son came over and scanned the ticket with the My Lottery Rewards app on his smartphone. That’s when they knew for sure: $10,000!

Although divorced for 20 years, the two arrived at Lottery headquarters together to claim the prize and emphasized that they continue to have a positive relationship. Indeed, the winner gave her ex-husband the responsibility of holding on to her winning ticket until they could come to Baltimore to claim the prize.

“I have a way of putting things away for safekeeping and then not being able to find them again,” the lucky winner said with a laugh. “So, I gave it to him to take care of.”

The grandmother of one has a second grandchild due this fall. She plans to use her prize to start a college fund for her second grandchild and pay for home improvements. The loyal player also has a subscription to Mega Millions. The largest Lottery prize she won previously was $1,500 several years ago.

Lucky Sisters-in-Law Win Bonus Match 5 Top Prizes in Separate Drawings

May 16th, 2016

Lucky tickets sold in Landover and Upper Marlboro

Two Prince George’s County sisters-in-law have more than just family in common – they are Bonus Match 5 superstars!

The happy women arrived at Maryland Lottery headquarters together, with family members in tow, to claim the game’s $50,000 top prize from the April 25 and May 8 drawings.

The lucky 59-year-old winner from Landover bought her lucky ticket for the April 25 drawing at Kentland Shell located at 7777 Landover Road in Landover. She matched the winning numbers of 6, 14, 21, 25, 32 and Bonus Ball 1.

“I just feel so blessed that we both won like this,” said the Landover winner. “We’re still shocked that we both won back to back. This is definitely a blessing for our family.”

The 54-year-old sister-in-law found her Lottery luck at Meadow’s Market & Restaurant at 9400 Marlboro Pike in Upper Marlboro. The Upper Marlboro resident guessed all of the Bonus Match 5 numbers correctly for May 8 drawing: 10, 16, 21, 27, 34 and Bonus Ball 11.

The loyal Bonus Match 5 players plan to spend some of their prizes on wedding anniversary celebrations to mark 30-plus years of happiness. One of the winners said she and her husband might also go to Las Vegas to celebrate. Both winners plan to pay bills with their prizes and put some of the money into savings.

Powerball Detailed Results – 05/14/16

May 15th, 2016


Powerball Detailed Results
Saturday, May 14
Match PB Winners Prize Amounts Number of Winners in MD Power Play Winners In MD
5 1 0 Jackpot 0
5 0 2 $1,000,000 0 0
4 1 12 $50,000 1 0
4 0 319 $100 9 4
3 1 817 $100 20 2
3 0 19,473 $7 457 74
2 1 18,068 $7 380 62
1 1 146,076 $4 3,289 447
0 1 368,536 $4 8,295 1,189
TOTAL 553,303 12,451 1,778
Jackpot Winner NO
Jackpot Amount
Cash Option
Next Drawing Wed. 05/18/16
Jackpot Amount $60,000,000
Cash Option $40,000,000

Mega Millions Detailed Results – 05/13/16

May 14th, 2016
Mega Millions Detailed Results
Friday, May 13
Megaplier x4
Match Mega Ball Total Winners Prize Amount Number of Winners in MD Total Number of Megaplier Winners In MD
5 1 0 Jackpot 0
5 0 3 $1,000,000 1 0
4 1 22 $5,000 1 0
4 0 434 $500 11 1
3 1 2,226 $50 60 2
2 1 29,910 $5 856 60
3 0 53,744 $5 1,481 119
1 1 472,663 $2 13,476 1,296
0 1 1,246,015 $1 35,044 3,293
TOTAL 1,805,017 50,930 4,771
Jackpot Winner NO
Jackpot Amount
Cash Option
Next Drawing   Tuesday  05/17/16
Jackpot Amount $174,000,000
Cash Option  $114,700,000

Grocery Shopper Bags $50,000 Lottery Scratch-off Prize

May 13th, 2016

Annapolis man wins big with Fantasy 5s game

246-Fantasy-5s-ITVM_P1-blueAn Annapolis resident who was shopping at Pantry 1 Food Mart & Deli in Annapolis bagged a much better deal than a two-for-one special when he spent $5 on a Fantasy 5s scratch-off ticket. He won a $50,000 top prize in the Maryland Lottery game!

The Anne Arundel County man just started playing Lottery games two months ago and frequently tries his luck at the Lottery retailer. After he bought the scratch-off, he didn’t realize he had a winning ticket until the store clerk, who knows him by name, gave him the good news.

“He was really, really, really, really excited,” said the winner’s friend, who accompanied the 65-year-old loyal player and his wife to Lottery headquarters in Baltimore and translated for them. “He never knew he could win this much money.”

With a big smile, the winner said he told the clerk, “Thank you, thank you, thank you!” She told him “Make sure you go get the money.” That’s just what he did!

The Annapolis restaurant employee and his wife plan to spend the prize making much-needed home improvements. The game still has three more $50,000 top prizes along with eight $5,000 winners and more than 400,000 other prizes ranging from $5 to $1,000.

The lucky retailer also benefits from the big win. For selling the top-prize ticket in the Fantasy 5s game, Pantry 1 Food Mart & Deli located at 1090 Spa Road in Annapolis will receive a $500 bonus from the Lottery.

Virginia Man’s Dream of a Big Maryland Lottery Win Comes True

May 13th, 2016
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Dreams do come true! Vijay Chudasama of Virginia (left) and store clerk Kenny Patel celebrate his $50,000 Bonus Match 5 win in the May 9 drawing.

Finds $50,000 top-prize win on Bonus Match 5 game

A 34-year-old Virginia man visiting friends in Baltimore saw his dream of winning big come true after buying a Bonus Match 5 ticket in the May 9 drawing. He won $50,000!

Indravijaysinh Chudasama of Manassas, nicknamed Vijay, stopped by Soda Pop Shop #8 located at 1026 Ingleside Avenue with one of his friends. At the friend’s urging, Vijay purchased several Maryland Lottery games including a Bonus Match 5 ticket for that night’s drawing.

“He kept telling me to play, play, so I did,” said Vijay. “All night I dreamed about winning.”

The next day, the Cold Stone Creamery general manager went back to the Soda Pop Shop to check his games. The cashier printed out the winning numbers and, to Vijay’s surprise, his dream came true! “I was so happy I won,” he said.

The winner called his wife immediately and shared the news. “She was so excited, telling me she was ready for shopping,” said Vijay, laughing. The father of two plans to surprise his young children later with the good news.

Also excited for Vijay was the owner of the Soda Pop Shop and the cashier who sold him the winning ticket. They accompanied the winner to Lottery headquarters in Baltimore to claim his prize. “This is so thrilling to have a big win sold in my store,” said the owner.

Vijay told Lottery officials that he has no immediate plans for his windfall. For now, he’ll just enjoy the win. The win brought good news for the Soda Pop Shop too, because it will receive a $500 bonus for selling the top-prize ticket in the game.

Spouses Debate Size of Lottery Win All the Way to Headquarters

May 13th, 2016

Crossword Deluxe scratch-off delivers $10,000 prize 

261-Crossword-Deluxe-ITVMBarbara Savage of Baltimore is a frequent player of Maryland Lottery games, buying at least one ticket a week for as long back as she can remember. The retired textile worker was speechless when her Crossword Deluxe scratch-off delivered a $10,000 win until her spouse disputed the ticket’s winning status!

The 71-year-old found her lucky game at Woodlawn Shell located at 6600 Security Boulevard in Baltimore. She told Lottery officials that she must have studied her $10 ticket for 30 minutes before becoming convinced of her good fortune. “I just knew that what I was seeing couldn’t be right, that I was missing something.”

She sought out her husband to share her happy news and that’s when the disagreement began. “He refused to believe it,” she said. “He looked and looked at it, trying to find some small print somewhere that I wasn’t seeing. He didn’t find anything.”

The couple arrived at Lottery headquarters with polar opposite opinions on how the visit would go.

“It wasn’t until the Lottery official congratulated us on the win that he finally gave in,” she said. “He was positive that it was a losing ticket. Now he’s finally convinced.”

Crossword Deluxe debuted in March and so far has delivered two of its six $100,000 top prizes to lucky players. There are 14 more $10,000 winning tickets still in stores.

The couple plans to put the winnings toward several home improvement projects they’ve been contemplating. While Barbara will keep playing Lottery games, she has no plans to change her play schedule. “This pattern has worked for me,” she said. “I’m sticking with it.”