Anne Arundel, Harford, Montgomery, Washington county retailers sell winning tickets
Scratch-off tickets delivered $10,000 prizes to five lucky players who visited Maryland Lottery headquarters in the past week:
The $5 Magic Number Bingo ticket made a winner of a Wheaton resident on Aug. 4. He purchased the ticket at Wheaton Winery, located at 2211 University Boulevard in Silver Spring. Magic Number Bingo launched in September 2016 and two of its $50,000 top prizes remain unclaimed, along with five more $10,000 prizes and thousands of others ranging from $5 to $5,000.
A resident of Street, Md., claimed a $10,000 prize on the $5 Ravens ticket on Aug. 7. The Harford County resident bought the lucky scratch-off at the Royal Farms store located at 2914 Churchville Road in Churchville. The $5 Ravens ticket launched on July 24, and all five of its $100,000 top prizes remain unclaimed, along with all six of its $50,000 prizes, 15 more $10,000 prizes and thousands of others ranging from $5 to $1,000. A $2 Ravens ticket also launched on July 24, and all non-winning Ravens tickets can be entered into a second-chance contest for a chance to win cash prizes, trips to see the Baltimore Ravens play the Green Bay Packers at historic Lambeau Field in Green Bay, Wisc., or season tickets for 20 years.
A Hagerstown resident claimed a $10,000 prize on the $10 Super Crossword ticket on Aug. 7. The Washington County man found Lottery luck when he purchased his scratch-off at Maugans Avenue Shell, located at 18404 Maugans Avenue in Hagerstown. The Super Crossword game launched in December, and two of its $100,000 top prizes remain unclaimed, along with 11 more $10,000 prizes and thousands of additional prizes ranging from $10 to $1,000.
The $10 10X Cash ticket delivered a $10,000 win for a Severn resident, who claimed his prize on Aug. 11. He bought the lucky ticket at Luckies Market, located at 8290 Portsmouth Drive in Severn. 10X Cash launched in July 2016, and 29 of its $10,000 top prizes remain unclaimed, along with thousands of other prizes ranging from $10 to $1,000.
Aug. 11 also was a good day for an Aberdeen resident, who claimed a $10,000 prize on the $10 Lady Luck ticket. Aberdeen Exxon, located at 7 North Philadelphia Boulevard in Aberdeen, sold the winning scratch-off. Lady Luck launched on July 24, and the Harford County resident claimed the first of the ticket’s $10,000 prizes. There are still 15 more of those $10,000 winners, along with eight $100,000 top prizes and thousands of other prizes ranging from $10 to $1,000.