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Family Flocks to Lottery for $10,000 Ravens Scratch-off Prize

September 13th, 2016

Anne Arundel County resident bought winning ticket while running errands

265-$5-Ravens-ITVMA Royal Farms manager who took her son with her to drop off paperwork at another manager’s store in Baltimore spotted a Maryland Lottery vending machine filled with her favorite scratch-off games. The diehard Ravens fan simply loves the $5 Ravens instant ticket.

“My son just looked at me,” said the Severn mom, and they headed toward the machine to try her luck. The married mother of three adult children and one teenager bought a $5 Ravens scratch-off and two other instant tickets and took them home to play.

The Anne Arundel County resident has won $50 and $100 in the past on scratch-offs and last year collected $1,500 as a Contestant of the Game in a Lottery second-chance contest. Never in her wildest dreams did the 56-year-old imagine that Sept. 12 would be her lucky $10,000 day!

At first, nothing happened out of the ordinary as she followed her scratch-off routine. She always reveals the winning numbers and then scratches the ticket row by row to check for matches. The first row on her winning ticket had three “Win” symbols and two matching numbers.

“I saw the first “Win” symbol for $1,000 and said, ‘Oh my God.’ I saw the second “Win” for $500 and said ‘Oh my God!’ again,” she said. Her son and one of her daughters were watching by this time. “I started hugging them,” the lucky player said.

“She was freaking out before she was even done,” the daughter said with a laugh.

A sister who accompanied the mom and daughter to Lottery headquarters to claim the prize said she received a confusing phone call from the lucky winner shortly after the win took place. “She called me and I thought she’d been in a car wreck,” the winner’s sister said. “I couldn’t understand what she was saying.”

The three women came together to claim the prize while the other members of their family were attending work and school. The loyal player plans to spend her prize on bills, car payments and on her future grandchild whose arrival in November will make her the grandmother of two. She hasn’t attended a Ravens game in person yet, but noted that the win will certainly make that possible this season, too!

The happy winner found her lucky ticket at the Royal Farms store located at 3360 Annapolis Road in Baltimore. The $5 Ravens scratch-off has plenty of top prizes remaining and a second-chance contest that offers prizes of cash, season tickets and more. Visit for details. Unclaimed prizes on the $5 game include four top prizes of $100,000, six $50,000 prizes and 10 more $10,000 prizes. The Lottery is also selling a $2 Ravens scratch-off this year.

Germantown Couple Headed To Aruba with Big Keno Win

September 13th, 2016

‘Lottery regulars’ hit all seven numbers on a 7 spot ticket for $25,008 prize

Keno_thumbA lucky couple who described themselves as “Lottery regulars” are eagerly preparing for their Aruba vacation with more spending money than originally planned, thanks to a $25,008 Keno win on a 7-spot ticket.

The Germantown residents, who are both government employees, paid $24 for four rounds of Keno and added the Super Bonus feature to boost any prize they won. They managed a few matches on the first three draws of the quick-pick ticket and then all seven of their numbers showed up for the final round.

The couple purchased the winning ticket at the Germantown Liberty, which is located at 13411 Kingsview Village Avenue in Germantown.

“It was overwhelming … it was surprising … it was just, wow,” said the lucky woman, who reports the couple are just weeks away from celebrating their 28th wedding anniversary. They didn’t do any celebrating at the Germantown Liberty retailer, however, and avoiding drawing attention to their win. “We kept everything low key,” said the husband. This Keno prize is the largest they’ve ever won on a Lottery game. They have enjoyed several other noteworthy wins on Keno and scratch-offs.

“I like Keno and the scratch-offs because the win is instant,” he said. “Who wants to wait until 7:55 to find out if you’re a winner?”

The couple had already planned a trip to Aruba for later this year and will use some of the Keno prize to enjoy their vacation. They also plan to pay a few bills. The Germantown Liberty is a winner as well. The retailer will receive a $250.08 bonus from the Maryland Lottery – equal to 1 percent of the prize value.

Family Birthdays Lead to $50,400 Lottery Win

September 13th, 2016

Prince George’s County man claims Bonus Match 5 prize

Bonus Match 5_thumbA Brentwood man who plays Bonus Match 5 approximately once a month certainly chose the right day to play! The retiree matched all five winning numbers in the Sept. 8 drawing, which gave him a $50,000 top prize. He also matched four numbers on another line of his ticket to boost his win by $400.

“I checked the numbers online the next morning,” said the father of six. The happy player brought a friend with him to Lottery headquarters to claim his prize. “I had to check my numbers five or six times before I really believed it.”

This is his largest Lottery win to date. The retired bank employee won $1,000 on Multi-Match once before and plans on investing this $50,000 prize. The 68-year-old found his lucky $6 ticket at New Hampshire Sunoco. The retailer, located at 6360 New Hampshire Ave. in Takoma Park, received a $500 bonus from the Lottery for selling the top-prize ticket.

      Bonus Match 5 drawings take place seven days a week. Players select five numbers ranging from 1 to 39. The Bonus Ball drawn from the remaining 34 numbers provides extra chances to win. Your ticket is a winner if you match five, four or three of the original five winning numbers selected in the drawing. If you match the Bonus Ball number, you only need to match four, three or two of your original numbers to win!

$625,000 Multi-Match Jackpot-Winning Ticket Sold in Pasadena

September 13th, 2016

Sixth Multi-Match jackpot hit in 2016

Multi-MatchIf you bought a Multi-Match ticket for the Monday, Sept. 12 drawing at a Royal Farms in Pasadena, take a close look at your numbers. Some lucky Maryland Lottery player bought a $625,000 jackpot-winning ticket there!

The winner, who is the sixth player to hit a Multi-Match jackpot in 2016, can choose between the $625,000 annuity and an estimated $312,500 cash option. The winning ticket with the numbers 8, 18, 31, 33, 38 and 42 came from the Royal Farms at 8551 Fort Smallwood Road.

Lottery officials encourage the winner to sign the back of the ticket immediately and keep it in a safe location. The player has 182 days to claim the prize in person at Lottery headquarters located at 1800 Washington Blvd. in Baltimore.

The lucky retailer will receive a $1,000 bonus for selling the ticket. The top three Multi-Match jackpot wins were $4.8 million on Sept. 19, 2009; $4.45 million on March 18, 2010 and $3.8 million on Dec. 16, 2010.

Multi-Match is a $2 game. The Lottery draws six numbers from 1 to 43 every Monday and Thursday night. Players match between three and five numbers on any one line to win up to $1,000. Match between five and 18 numbers total on all three lines combined to win up to $2,000 more. To win the jackpot, players match all six numbers on any one line. The overall chances of winning are 1 in 8.5.

Watch the drawings at 11:22 p.m. Mondays and Thursdays on WBAL TV. Results also are available online at and on your smartphone. Simply download the free MD Lottery app in the Apple and android app stores.

Multi-Match Detailed Results Monday , September 12 , 2016

September 12th, 2016
Multi-Match Detailed Results
Monday , September 12 , 2016
5 of 6 ($1,000) 08
4 of 6 ($20) 494
3 of 6 ($2) 8,254
Number of Winners Matching on Multiple Lines
10+ of 18 ($2,000) 1
9 of 18 ($500) 8
8 of 18 ($100) 40
 7 of 18 ($20) 409
6 of 18 ($7) 1,722
5 of 18 ($2) 6,120
Jackpot Winner Yes
Amount Won 625,000
Cash Option 312,500
Next Drawing Thursday,  Sept 15, 2016
Jackpot Amount $500,000
Cash Option $250,000


Cash4Life Detailed Results – 9/12/16

September 12th, 2016


Cash4Life Detailed Results
Monday, September 12
01-32-39-55-58  / 02
Match CashBall Winners Prize Amounts Number of Winners in MD
5 1 0 $1,000 a day for life 0
5 0 0 $1,000 a week for life 0
4 1  11 $2,500 1
4 0 29 $500 0
3 1 510 $100 38
3 0 1,687 $25 121
2 1 10,319 $10 844
2 0 32,001 $4 2,610
1 1 74,335 $2 6,081
TOTAL 118,892 9,695
Top Prize Winner NO
Next Drawing Thursday 9/15/16

Law Firm Employee Wins $100,000 on 5 Card Cash

September 12th, 2016

St. Mary’s County resident claims prize for Aug. 28 drawing

A $100,000 Maryland Lottery win will put a St. Mary’s County woman in the driver’s seat of a new vehicle and might speed up her timeframe for retiring from her job at a Washington, D.C., law firm.

The married mother of one said the huge Aug. 28 win on her favorite Lottery game, 5 Card Cash, tops her last big 5 Card Cash win in February 2015. Her husband was in a Baltimore hospital for surgery and she bought a 5 Card Cash ticket while visiting him in the city. She won $1,000 on that lucky ticket!

“The joke back then was, I had to come all the way to Baltimore to get a winning ticket,” she said.

Now, the 67-year-old can boast of finding Lottery luck closer to home. She bought the $100,000 winning ticket at Third Base in Loveville. The aunt of one and great-aunt of two didn’t check to see if the game was a $10,000 instant winner or even watch the drawing that night.

“I was at work when I pulled out the ticket and checked it,” she said. “I called my sister and said, ‘Are you sitting down? Can you look this up?’ I said to her, ‘This can’t be real.’”

Her sister went to and delivered great news to her sister.

“I had thought it was $10,000,” the winner said. “It was $100,000!”

She followed her family’s advice and both signed and hid the winning ticket. “I put it in a baggie,” she said, “and hid it in the bottom of the grandfather clock. We would come home from work every day and I would check it!”

Her lucky retailer is also a winner. Third Base, located at 28085 Point Lookout Road in Loveville, will receive a $1,000 bonus for selling a winning ticket of $10,000 and up in the 5 Card Cash game.

5 Card Cash is a $2 daily game that has both an instant win feature and a daily drawing. Each ticket features five randomly selected cards from a standard deck of 52 playing cards. If your ticket shows a Poker hand of a pair of Jacks or better, you instantly win the prize for that hand. Each evening, the Lottery draws five cards from a standard 52-card deck. You win by matching 2, 3, 4 or 5 of the randomly drawn cards including the same suit and rank.

10x Cash Scratch-off Delivers $10,000 Win to Two Players

September 12th, 2016

Winners hail from Owings Mills and Harford County

266-10X-Cash-ITVM_P1-greenTwo lucky players found $10,000 top-prize winning tickets in the 10x Cash scratch-off game that debuted July 25. The popular $10 game still has 103 top prizes remaining, along with more than 500,000 prizes of $10 to $1,000.

A lucky Owings Mills woman is planning her next shopping trip, thanks to her top prize. The 39-year-old says she needed new glasses and shoes and can now get those items and much, much more. She bought her lucky instant ticket at the Woodmoor Shell station located at 7001 Liberty Road in Baltimore.

She rarely plays Lottery games and is still in shock over her much-needed win.

The second winner of the week hails from Harford County. The regular scratch-off player won the largest Lottery prize of his life when the third line of his 10x Cash ticket revealed a “10X” symbol and a prize of $1,000. The 57-year-old purchased the lucky ticket when he stopped for gas at Jarrettsville BP, located at 1755 Jarrettsville Road in Jarrettsville.

Prior to the $10,000 win, his top Lottery prize was $5,000 on a Monopoly scratch-off a couple of years ago. The lucky winner said he plans to use his 10x Cash prize to pay for home improvements.

Clinton Firefighter Suits Up for Blazing Racetrax Win

September 12th, 2016

Claims $14,021 prize after placing Superfecta bet

Racetrax_thumbA 45-year-old firefighter from Prince George’s County was bursting with enthusiasm after claiming a $14,021 Racetrax prize at Lottery headquarters in Baltimore.

The lucky man placed a Superfecta wager at Tucker’s Liquors in Clinton on Sept. 1 and picked horses No. 6, 5, 1 and 12 to complete the race in that exact order. “I had only purchased five games,” he said. “I was shocked to see that the first ticket I bought was the winning one.”

The loyal player, who has fought fires in the Metropolitan Washington, D.C. area for over 26 years, said he likes playing Racetrax because he always seems to win.

“I’m just so overjoyed because now I can pay off my 2006 Mercedes,” said the Clinton resident. In addition to paying off his car loan, the happy winner said he’d also put some of the prize in his savings account and give some to his mother.

For selling a winning Racetrax ticket of $10,000 or more, the lucky retailer shares in the fun. The Lottery will give Tucker’s Liquors located at 8100 Old Alexandria Ferry Road in Clinton a $140.21 bonus.

Oxon Hill Landscaper Rolling in Green after Lottery Win

September 12th, 2016

Claims $50,000 prize playing “Hit it Big” scratch-off

207-Hit-It-Big-ITVM_P1-goldAn Oxon Hill landscaper who claimed a $50,000 prize on the Maryland Lottery’s Hit it Big scratch-off is seeing lots of green these days.

His enriching Lottery experience began when the 42-year-old stopped at 925 Liquors at 2795 Old Washington Road in Waldorf. He decided to purchase some scratch-offs and chose the Hit it Big game, buying one $20 instant ticket at a time until he scratched the big winner.

“I looked at the ticket and thought, ‘I think I got it’,” he said, smiling. To confirm his $50,000 win, he scanned the ticket at the retailer and the message said to come to Baltimore to claim the prize at Lottery headquarters.

“That’s when I knew it was real,” he said.

Excited, the winner went home and shared the good news with his family. He had to wait through the long Labor Day holiday weekend before he could claim the prize. The Prince George’s County resident plans to put the prize in the bank and may purchase a truck.

There’s still one more unclaimed $1 million top prize in the Hit it Big game, which has six $10,000 prizes awaiting discovery along with thousands of other prizes ranging from $20 to $5,000.