Maryland Players Claim Five $10,000 Prizes

Maryland Lottery players from across the state recently claimed prizes of $10,000 or more at Lottery headquarters in Baltimore.

On Nov. 29, a Parkville player picked up the $10,000 proceeds from a winning Ravens X10 instant ticket. He bought the $5 scratch-off at Putty Hill Liquors, 7938 Belair Road in Baltimore. Retailers around the state are selling the Lottery’s two Ravens multiplier games. Also for sale is the Ravens X5 scratch-off. Players can win Ravens-themed prizes and cash through the second-chance contest at Enter non-winning $2 and $5 Ravens scratch-offs through My Lottery Rewards. The deadline for the next drawing is Dec. 10.

A woman from Accokeek in Prince George’s County scratched the itch to play with a $10,000 winning $1,000,000 Blowout instant ticket. The 61-year-old player bought her lucky scratch-off at Marlow Winghouse & Sports Grille, 4147 Branch Avenue in Temple Hills.

Also a winner with the $1,000,000 Blowout game was a 92-year-old Waldorf man. He bought his lucky game at Holiday Liquors located at 3385 Leonardtown Road in Waldorf. Six of seven $1 million top prizes remain unclaimed on the $20 instant ticket, along with 13 of 15 $50,000 prizes and 43 of 56 $10,000 prizes.

A 64-year-old Keno player from Glen Burnie picked up his $10,000 prize after hitting an eight-spot bet with the Bonus multiplier. His lucky retailer was Aquahart Liquors in Glen Burnie. The store, at 14 Aquahart Road, also gets lucky, picking up a $100 bonus — equal to 1 percent of the prize — for selling a winning Keno ticket with a prize of $10,000 or more.

A 51-year-old woman from Baltimore claimed the first top prize of $10,000 on the $2 Polar Bear Bucks game. The player bought the scratch-off at 7-Eleven #22094 at 8507 Loch Raven Boulevard in Towson. Five of the original six top $10,000 prizes are unclaimed in the game.

Congratulations to these big winners!