Three Maryland Lottery players claimed prizes of $10,000 on Dec. 20 at Lottery headquarters in Baltimore.
A resident of Lexington Park in St. Mary’s County who recently celebrated her 30th birthday hit for $10,000 on a $10 50X The Cash scratch-off game. She bought the winning ticket at ABC Liquors, 22741 Three Notch Road, a few miles north of Lexington Park in the community of California.
A $2 Polar Bear Bucks ticket purchased in Baltimore City paid a $10,000 top prize for a 49-year-old Baltimore resident. Selling the ticket to the lucky winner was Linden Bar and Liquors at 904 West North Avenue.
Lee’s Convenience Mart at 8500 Allentown Road in Fort Washington sold a Keno ticket that turned out to be worth $10,000. A Fort Washington resident bought a quick-pick 7-spot ticket with the Super Bonus option for a single draw. All seven numbers hit, delivering a base prize of $2,500, and the 4X Super Bonus multiplier for that drawing quadrupled the prize to $10,000. Lee’s Convenience Mart picks up a $100 bonus, equal to 1 percent of the prize total, for selling a winning Keno ticket worth $10,000 or more.