Our Calvert County winner of a $50,000 prize can tell you that Powerball tickets make the perfect addition to a birthday party.
A single dad from Rosedale scored a $100,000 payday thanks to a win on the Ca$h Bonus scratch-off game.
James Price of Baltimore is splitting a $100,000 Ca$h Bonus instant ticket prize with his scratch-off partner.
The road to good fortune led Pikesville resident Sean Smith to a $50,000 winning Bonus Match 5 ticket.
This Kingsville grandfather of four missed winning a historic Powerball jackpot by one number.
Angel Cornier of Harford County secretly celebrates his $100,000 top-prize Ravens X5 win.
St. Mary’s County resident Eric Brown is celebrating a $150,000 Powerball win from the Sept. 29 drawing.
Clarksburg resident and his wife received a luck-themed 38th anniversary present in the form of a $10,000-winning scratch-off.
With part of the proceeds of his recent $50,000 Powerball win, “World Traveler,” of Towson, said he will be making an excursion to someplace warm and with a beach.
This Cockeysville scratch-off fan donned the Lottery’s lucky four-clovers hat to celebrate his recent $100,000 win.
“Touchdown Joe” of Silver Spring won a $100,000 top prize playing the Ravens X5 scratch-off.
“Lucky John” of Baltimore found his big Racetrax win playing the same four horses he won a big prize on a few years ago.
“Traveling Man” of Catonsville didn’t realize he won $100,008 playing Powerball until he was buying new tickets the next day and remembered to check his old ones.
“Ynaffit” of Nottingham celebrates winning two big prizes only days apart on Racetrax Superfecta wagers.
Brandy and Frank Hartman of Aberdeen celebrate their $50,000 FAST PLAY Lucky Numbers win.
“King Claw” of Salisbury clamped his claws on his $100,000 scratch-off top-prize this week.
A Baltimore resident and part-time clothing designer visited Lottery headquarters to claim a $50,000 scratch-off prize.
Aloha! Gaithersburg resident “Coach Don” plans celebrate his Bonus Match 5 win with his family in Hawaii.
After a spell of bad fortune stemming from the COVID-19 shutdown, “Lucky Again” is on track for good times. She got her job back and won a $30,000 FAST PLAY prize.
“Moe” of Silver Spring doubled his prize by adding Power Play to his quick-pick ticket.