Due to the holiday, The Maryland Lottery offices and Claim Centers will be closed on Thursday, November 23 and Friday, November 24.

Traductor Google Disclaimer

La Lotería de Maryland ofrece traducciones de los contenidos a través de traductor Google. Porque Google Translate es un sitio web externo, la Lotería de Maryland no controla la calidad y exactitud de contenido traducido. Todo el contenido la Lotería de Maryland se filtra a través de Google Translate, que puede dar lugar a la degradación inesperada e impredecible de partes del texto, las imágenes y la apariencia general de las páginas traducidas. Traductor Google puede mantener políticas de privacidad y de uso único. Estas políticas no son controlados por la Lotería de Maryland y no están asociados con las políticas de privacidad y de uso de doit. Después de seleccionar una opción de traducción, los usuarios serán notificados que están dejando el sitio web de la Lotería de Maryland. Los usuarios deben consultar el contenido original en Inglés en el sitio web la Lotería de Maryland si hay alguna pregunta sobre el contenido traducido.

La Lotería de Maryland utiliza Google Translate para proporcionar traducciones de la lengua de su contenido. Traductor Google es un servicio automatizado gratuito que se basa en los datos y la tecnología para ofrecer a sus traducciones. La función de Google Translate se proporciona únicamente con fines informativos. Las traducciones no están garantizadas como exactas o sin la inclusión del idioma incorrecto o inadecuado. Traductor Google es un tercero de servicios y los usuarios del sitio saldrán la Lotería de Maryland utilizar contenido traducido. Como tal, la Lotería de Maryland no puede garantizar ni afirmar la responsabilidad de la exactitud, fiabilidad, o la prestación de este servicio ni las limitaciones previstas por este servicio, tales como la incapacidad para traducir archivos específicos como archivos PDF y gráfica (por ejemplo .jpgs, .gifs, etc. ).

La Lotería de Maryland ofrece Google Translate como una herramienta en línea para sus usuarios, pero la Lotería de Maryland no respalda directamente el sitio web ni implica que es la única solución para los usuarios. Todos los visitantes del sitio pueden optar por utilizar herramientas similares para sus necesidades de traducción. Cualquier individuo o partidos que utilizan contenido la Lotería de Maryland en traducción, ya sea por Google Translate o por cualesquiera otros servicios de traducción, lo hacen bajo su propio riesgo. La Lotería de Maryland no se hace responsable de los daños o problemas de contenido traducido no sancionados y aprobados por el organismo oficial. La Lotería de Maryland asume ninguna responsabilidad por cualquiera de sus actividades en relación con el uso del Traductor de Google funcionalidad o contenido.

El servicio Google Translate es un medio por el cual la Lotería de Maryland ofrece traducciones de contenido y está destinado únicamente para la conveniencia de la no-Inglés usuarios del sitio web que habla. El contenido traducido es proporcionado directa y dinámicamente por Google; la Lotería de Maryland no tiene control directo sobre el contenido traducido como aparece el uso de esta herramienta. Por lo tanto, en todos los contextos, el contenido de Inglés, lo más directamente proporcionada por la Lotería de Maryland se llevará a cabo con autoridad.

Silver Spring Man Wins First $50,000 Prize on New Tax Free Scratch-Off

Monday, January 23rd, 2012
Donald Calvetti - Tax Free $50,000

“I used to think that nobody wins the top prizes,
but now I know people do win,” said Donald Calvetti.

Donald Calvetti is shedding his pessimistic proclivities and is now thoroughly convinced that Lottery players really do win the big money. The 70-year-old father-of-two told Lottery officials, “I used to think that nobody wins the top prizes, but now I know people do win.”

Donald was with his 38-year-old daughter on Saturday evening when the two of them stopped into Aspen Hill Lottery, Beer and Wine to buy several Lottery tickets for his wife.  “She likes scratch-offs,” said Donald. It wasn’t until Sunday evening that they got around to playing their tickets.

He, his wife and daughter, were scratching the tickets, winning a few smaller amounts along the way, when Donald struck it rich, winning $50,000 all taxes paid on the new Tax Free scratch-off.  “I asked my daughter what this meant,” he said.  “Looks like you win,” she replied. The trio couldn’t quite believe their good fortune, but as Donald decreed, “It turned out true.”  Donald’s wife quickly phoned her sisters in Pennsylvania and posted the good news on Facebook. “We started getting phone calls congratulating us,” said the happy winner.

The retired Montgomery County Police officer and now part-time bailiff for the district court intends to use the majority of his winnings to purchase a certificate of deposit for his wife. “It will be security for her,” he said. They will also enjoy a celebratory dinner out.

The winning ticket was purchased at Aspen Hill Lottery, Beer and Wine, located at 13745 Connecticut Ave. in Silver Spring. This is the first of the $50,000 top prizes to be won on the Tax Free ticket, which went on sale January 9th. Three are seven top-prizes remaining.

  • traw

    And yet ANOTHER south of Baltimore winner.We people NORTH of Baltimore would like a chance,too!!! No,don’t waste your time with the generic,”winners come from all areas”,blah blah blah……I suppose EVERYTHING is political these days,even the lottery!

  • traw

    And yet ANOTHER south of Baltimore winner.We people NORTH of Baltimore would like a chance,too!!! No,don’t waste your time with the generic,”winners come from all areas”,blah blah blah……I suppose EVERYTHING is political these days,even the lottery!

    • Anonymous

      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.

    • Anonymous

      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.

    • Anonymous

      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.

    • Anonymous

      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.

  • Desi

    You lucky …good luck …with you winnings ….



MENU