|Multi-Match Detailed Results|
|Monday, June 24, 2013|
|5 of 6 ($1,000)||19|
|4 of 6 ($20)||730|
|3 of 6 ($2)||11,157|
|Number of Winners Matching on Multiple Lines|
|10+ of 18 ($2,000)||0|
|9 of 18 ($500)||16|
|8 of 18 ($100)||85|
|7 of 18 ($20)||518|
|6 of 18 ($7)||2,626|
|5 of 18 ($2)||8,668|
|Next Drawing||Thurs. 06/27/2013|
Ed and Kelly Burl of Pasadena won the top prize for the
Win Top Prize in $250,000 Super Jackpot Scratch-off
Ed and Kelly Burl of Pasadena visited Maryland Lottery headquarters in Baltimore on Monday, the day of their 19th wedding anniversary, to claim a very green gift – $250,000! The couple plan to celebrate in style with the top-prize winnings from a $250,000 Super Jackpot scratch-off ticket.
Like many, the Burls have experienced recent financial challenges. “Before the win, we were considering not going out for our anniversary,” said Kelly. “But, now, we can go anywhere.”
The homemaker and mother-of-three bought the ticket on Friday after grocery shopping at her local Giant Food. She said she typically pays with her debit card, gets money back and plays a couple of scratch-off tickets. On this day, she purchased one $250,000 Super Jackpot scratch-off and played the game in her car.
“When I saw the first three numbers, I thought it was only $250,” she said, sighing. “As I continued to scratch, I saw more and more zeroes.” She verified the win with the cashier inside the store and then shared the news with her children and Ed, who is a corrections officer at Maryland Correctional Institution.
“I was having a really stressful day when she called and I told her to not play, because there was a lot going on,” he said. “She tried to convince me, but I still asked my sister to go over and check the ticket anyway.” Ed’s sister said it looked like a winner to her and even though he also confirmed the ticket’s validity, he remained doubtful. “I thought it still might be a fake ticket,” he said.
In addition to spending some of the winnings on a nice anniversary celebration, the couple plans to donate to their church, pay some bills and help family members. Kelly bought the winning ticket at the Giant Food located at 4315 Mountain Road in Pasadena.
The lucky anonymous couple can’t wait to share news of their millionaire
First Top Prize Claimed on the Double Dollar Fortune Scratch-off
Garrett County is abuzz with excitement about a huge Maryland Lottery scratch-off win claimed by a local couple on Monday. The two regularly enjoy playing Maryland Lottery games. They were shocked to discover they held a Double Dollar Fortune scratch-off ticket worth $1 million.
“I still can’t believe it,” the man said.
As part of their regular weekend routine, the pair usually purchases several scratch-off tickets. They favor the Lucky 7s Game Book ticket. On a whim, they decided to try the new $20 Double Dollar Fortune ticket.
“We had actually just started purchasing the $20 tickets again a few months ago after taking a break,” the man shared. “I had a choice between buying another Game Book or the one we got. I just thought it was a shiny looking ticket and tried it. I’m sure glad I did!”
The man’s “better half” told Lottery officials that she felt weak when she realized the ticket was so valuable. “I just kept looking at the ticket. I couldn’t believe it,” she shared. The man, who enjoys hunting and fishing in his spare time, recalls running two laps around the house to celebrate.
The couple struggled with the important decision of where to store their ticket until Lottery headquarters opened on Monday morning. “We made quite a few copies of the ticket, and then I put the ticket in my bedroom drawer,” the man said. “I didn’t like it there, so I put it in the bathroom in a Ziploc bag. We put the ticket under the mattress twice. We just kept moving it.”
They worried someone might break in and steal the ticket, so he only told his best friend – a law enforcement officer – about the ticket and swore him to secrecy.
“In the end, we put it in a cable manual on top of our entertainment center,” the new millionaire laughed. “I mean, who reads those anyway? No one would ever look there.”
The owners of the store that sold the winning ticket, Sid Turner and his partner Laurie Turner, were very happy to hear that their store made Lottery history. The $1 million ticket is the store’s largest win to date.
“We’re locally owned and operated and really appreciate everyone’s business over the last 18 years,” Sid Turner told Lottery officials over the phone. “We’ll have to put a sign outside to advertise that we sold a $1 million winner!”
The almost three-hour trip to Baltimore headquarters was well worth it for the new millionaires. To celebrate, the sweethearts planned to stay for lunch in the city and pick up a few more tickets before making the long trek back home. For now, the couple plans to put most of the money into their travel and retirement funds.
The lucky store is Chestnut Ridge Gas and Liquors at 2534 Chestnut Ridge Road in Grantsville.
Wins $50,000 with Cash Up Doubler Lottery Scratch-off Ticket
That $50,000 winning ticket, added to another recent $50,000 win playing Bonus Match 5, is putting this Baltimore City native on Easy Street. Despite her wins and having worked at the MTA for nearly three decades, the 56 year old has no plans to abandon the loyal passengers on her route. She plans to keep reporting to work and bank the money until she retires several years down the road.
The lifelong Lottery player includes the Cash Up Doubler, Aces High and 40 Rubies among her favorite scratch-off games. The mother of an adult son, she also enjoys Racetrax, having won $945 on it last year, and plays Pick 3 and Pick 4. She’s on a real roll in 2013 with the two $50,000 prizes plus a $500 win on an Aces High scratch-off just three weeks ago.
The driver arises each day three hours before dawn to report to work in time to battle rush hour traffic for her riders, transporting sleepy city workers to their jobs five days a week. Each day after work, she stops at one of several lucky stores on her way home to play the Lottery. On the day she won, she remembers buying four scratch-off tickets: two Aces High, one Cash Up Doubler and one 40 Rubies. She got out her reading glasses and a lucky penny and started scratching off the tickets in the store. Not one was a winner until she scratched the Cash Up Doubler.
“When I realized it was for $50,000, I looked up and thanked the heavens and I thanked my Mother, who passed away several years ago. I miss her so much!” She shared her news with the store clerk and showed him the ticket but has yet to tell anyone else.
How will she celebrate this win? “With a massage!” the lucky lady said. She bought the lucky ticket at JD Tobacco T-1 at 4574 Edmondson Ave. in Baltimore.
Isaac Gonzalez Corchado’s plans for his $250,000 win on a Ravens Cash Fantasy
Wins $250,000 Instantly on Ravens Cash Fantasy Scratch-off
Out for a long bike ride, a Severn man began thinking about taking a break when he remembered his route went past a convenience store that sold cold drinks, energy bars and lottery tickets. A frequent player, Isaac Gonzalez Corchado stopped for refreshments and bought a Ravens Cash Fantasy scratch-off ticket – one of the few left in stores – and, in a matter of moments, as his cousin put it, “his life changed.”
“I couldn’t believe what I was looking at,” Isaac told Lottery officials. “I think I stared at the ticket for a full 10 minutes before asking the clerk to confirm what I was seeing.” In shock, he pedaled home as fast as he could to share the news. “I called my mom – she didn’t believe me.”
In addition to his excitement, which was still evident when he arrived at the Lottery Claims Office, Isaac admits feeling worn out. “I’ve barely eaten since yesterday morning and barely slept last night.” So anxious was he to claim his prize that he woke up everyone in the house very early the morning after his win to come with him to Baltimore.
With family and property in Puerto Rico, Isaac has long had a dream to enter the real estate business there. His $250,000 win will allow him to pay off his debt, take care of his family and get a good start on his dream. His cousin, who accompanied Isaac, told officials, “Last week, he was talking about finding a part-time job on top of his full-time job because he couldn’t keep up with the bills. What a great time for this to happen for him.”
Isaac’s bike led him to the Royal Farms store at 7843 Telegraph Road in Severn to find his luck. With better than 95 percent of tickets sold, Ravens Cash Fantasy still has one $250,000 winner in stores.
|Powerball Detailed Results|
|Saturday, June 22|
Winners in MD
Winners In MD
|Jackpot Winner||YES – PA|
|Next Drawing||Wed. 06/26/2013|
|Mega Millions Detailed Results|
|Friday, June 21|
||Match Mega Ball||Total Winners||Prize Amount||Number of Winners in MD||Total Number of Megaplier Winners In MD|
|Next Drawing||Tue. 06/25/2013|
|Multi-Match Detailed Results|
|Thursday, June 20, 2013|
|5 of 6 ($1,000)||11|
|4 of 6 ($20)||649|
|3 of 6 ($2)||11,100|
|Number of Winners Matching on Multiple Lines|
|10+ of 18 ($2,000)||1|
|9 of 18 ($500)||8|
|8 of 18 ($100)||92|
|7 of 18 ($20)||523|
|6 of 18 ($7)||2,441|
|5 of 18 ($2)||8,544|
|Next Drawing||Mon. 06/24/2013|
Gregory and Debi McQuaid of Baltimore City celebrate winning $77,700
Customer’s advice leads to 7X the Money top prize
Longtime taxi driver Gregory McQuaid of Baltimore is glad he paid attention when a regular customer boasted about multiple $35 wins on the 7X the Money Maryland Lottery scratch-off ticket.
When he made his weekly scratch-off purchase on Wednesday, the 41-year-old decided to try the $5 ticket. Gregory fell to the ground after seeing that every single number on his ticket was a winner – for a grand total of $77,700!
After he picked himself up off the floor, Gregory called his wife Debi to share his life-changing news. “I told her to sit down and then let her know how much I had won,” he said. “When she didn’t believe me, I gave the phone to the store clerk to convince her.”
To celebrate, Gregory and Debi took the lucky ticket to a store to make color copies. “This is just all too hard to believe,” Gregory said. “I’ve always said that I would win big one day.”
The big win is even more special due to the involvement of Gregory’s lucky number, which is seven. Everything from the name of the game to the prize payout was tied to the number. “Seven has always been my lucky number,” he said. “This just proves how lucky it is!”
The couple plans to use the money to replace their roof, which has seen better days. “The last storm really didn’t help,” Gregory shared. “We can definitely do the repairs we need now.”
Gregory found his lucky 7x the Money ticket at Linthicum Market, located at 421 South Came Meade Road in Linthicum.
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