Maryland Lottery Awards Ravens Cash Fantasy Top Prizes: $1 Million Cash and “Season Tickets for Life*”

Reynolds and Bunch - Ravens Cash Fantasy

Beth Bunch and Marl Reynolds show off their big
Ravens Cash Fantasy second-chance prizes.

Two additional $25,000 drawings remain

No one would know the football season was over judging by the cheering, clapping and purple Ravens gear sported at Lottery headquarters today. The Maryland Lottery welcomed Mark Reynolds of Eldersburg and Beth Bunch of Dundalk as they claimed their ultimate Ravens Cash Fantasy prizes this morning. Both winners had been selected during the second-chance drawings held earlier in the month for $1 million and “Season Ticket for Life.”

Reynolds, who took home the $1 million prize, had been purchasing the $5 Ravens Cash Fantasy scratch-off tickets throughout the football season, but never thought he would be the person to walk away with one of the second-chance drawing prizes. “As soon as I found out I had won, I went out and bought $125 worth of Ravens gear! I still can’t believe it,” he said. He and wife Kathy told Lottery officials that they plan to use their winnings for their daughter’s college tuition and will put the rest away for retirement.

Bunch, who won the “Season Tickets for Life” prize, had only three entries in the drawing and was selected out of 136,816 entries. She said that while she has many friends who would like to go to games with her, she promised her promised her father Larry that they would go to the season opener this together.

More than 100 Lottery players have won a variety of second-chance prizes through this year’s Ravens Cash Fantasy contest including Ravens season tickets, trips with the team, gameday packages, cash prizes and more. For a complete list of winners, visit

There two additional $25,000 drawings that will take place on Thursday, February 28 and Thursday, March 28, 2013. The $5 scratch-off ticket still has two $250,000 instant top-prizes remaining and is available at the more than 4,300 Maryland Lottery retail locations across the state.