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Three $250,000 Mega Millions Tickets Remain Unclaimed

Wednesday, May 2nd, 2012

Two unclaimed tickets sold in Bel Air

If they haven’t done so already, Mega Millions players in Bel Air should check their tickets. Last night’s drawing produced a $250,000 second-tier winner, which was sold at 7-11, located at 1302 Churchville Rd. in Bel Air. Bel Air was also home to another second-tier Mega Millions winning ticket on March 30th. That ticket was sold at Redner’s Warehouse Market, located at 2126 N. Fountain Green Rd. and still remains unclaimed. And, yet another $250,000 winning Mega Millions ticket has yet to be cashed in. That winning ticket was also for the March 30th drawing and was purchased at purchased at 7-11, located at 9709 Beaver Dam Rd. in Timonium.

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There was no jackpot winner last night, making Friday’s drawing worth an estimated annuity value of $118 million, with a cash option of $86.8 million. Last night’s winning numbers were 24, 27, 31, 45, 52 and Mega Ball 38. Each winner matched every number except the Mega Ball to win Mega Millions’ second-tier prize of $250,000. Winners have 182 days from the date of the drawing to claim their prize.

  • Ginnyginnyl

    Gee, three 250 thousand dollar winners all in the same area. Imagine that! what a coincidence!  NOT!

  • Claudette

    It seems as though 7-11’s are the places to purchase tickets.  Are they the only stores that players can purchase tickets and hope to at least be a second-tier winner?  There is something wrong with this picture.

  • Peteymack10

    I am going to buy my tickets from 7-11 from now on . It does’nt matter what part of the state 7-11 is the rainbow with the pot of gold at the end for everyone !