Players hit on Racetrax, Keno and Power 8s scratch-off
Four lucky Maryland Lottery players recently claimed substantial prizes at Lottery headquarters in Baltimore: two Racetrax players from Baltimore, a Keno player from Churchville and a scratch-off player from Huntington.
First up is a 55-year-old Racetrax player who claimed a prize of $13,480 on a Superfecta bet on April 3. He bought the winning ticket at Erdman BP gas station at 4901 Erdman Avenue in Baltimore. The retailer earns a bonus from the Lottery of $134.80, equal to 1 percent of the prize, for selling a winning Racetrax ticket worth $10,000 or more.
A 47-year-old player from the Pikesville area of Baltimore claimed a Racetrax prize of $10,616. He bought his hot ticket at Spring Laundry, 1403 East Cold Spring Lane in Baltimore. The lucky retailer receives a bonus of $106.16, equal to 1 percent of the prize, for selling a winning Racetrax ticket worth $10,000 or more.
A 54-year-old man from Churchville picked up a $12,036 Keno prize on March 26, which follows a $12,030 prize he claimed in January. He bought this winning 6-spot ticket with a Super Bonus multiplier at Fisherman’s Catch Restaurant. The Harford County retailer, located at 1 Maurice Drive in Forest Hill, earns a bonus of $120.36 for selling a winning Keno ticket worth $10,000 or more. The bonus is equal to 1 percent of the prize.
Our scratch-off player is a 23-year-old from Huntington collected a $10,000 prize on the $10 Power 8s scratch-off on March 18. The lucky player bought the winning ticket at 7-Eleven #26252 at 3855 Old Town Road in Huntington. The game’s top prize is $100,000 and seven more top prizes are awaiting discovery. The game is No. 10 on the Lottery’s Top 40 Scratch-Offs chart.