Power Cruise™ Promotion Offers Powerball® Players Chance to Win Exclusive Cruise

Maryland Lottery offers 25 cruise packages as part of national Powerball promotion

It’s back! The Power Cruise promotion returns tomorrow for the second year in a row, giving Maryland Lottery players the chance to win one of 25 Caribbean cruise vacation packages.

Maryland is one of more than 20 lotteries participating in this popular promotion. In addition to the trip for two, each Maryland Lottery cruise package winner will receive roundtrip airfare, a hotel room the night before the cruise, $250 in spending money and a $250 onboard ship credit.

To enter, players must either download the Collect ‘N Win app to their phone or visit mdlottery.com/powercruise. Winning and non-winning Powerball tickets purchased from April 14, 2018 through June 6, 2018 can be entered into the promotion.

Departing from Fort Lauderdale, FL., the five-night cruise onboard Royal Caribbean’s adventure-packed ship, Majesty of the Seas®, will set sail on Jan. 19, 2019, stopping in Nassau and CocoCay, Bahamas. Majesty of the Seas® offers everything from a poolside movie screen and the cool serenity of Vitality Spa℠, to the winning thrills of an expanded Casino Royale℠.

Once onboard, trip winners from all participating lotteries will have a chance to win cash prizes. A total of $250,000 in will be awarded, including seven $5,000 prizes and two $50,000 grand prizes. Power Cruisers and their guests will also be treated to VIP concerts by Kenny Loggins and World Classic Rockers (featuring members of Journey, Boston, Lynyrd Skynyrd, Steppenwolf and Santana).

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Drawing Date Winners
Thursday, May 3 Oceanview: Bill Gatens from Huntingtown
Oceanview: Stacey Scelsi from Baltimore
Interior: Eseose Kadiri from Windsor Mill
Interior: Robert Mayse from Havre de Grace
Thursday, May 10 Oceanview: Jim Morris from Glen Burnie
Oceanview: John Riffey from Bel Air
Interior​: Alice Tidwell from Laurel
Interior: Mary Cheng from Bowie​
Thursday, May 17 Oceanview: Kimerly Kelch from Severn
 Bernice Simmons from Catonsville
Interior: David Myers from Elkton
Interior: Renee Lai from Potomac
Thursday, May 24 Oceanview: Lincoln Jefferson of Mt. Ranier
Oceanview: Jeff Runneberg of Gaithersburg
Interior: Susan Cole of Dundalk
Interior: Sheila Briggs of Owings Mills
Thursday, May 31 Oceanview: Robert Ignatowski Sr of Parkton
Oceanview: Pamela Taylor from Frederick
Interior: ​Jim Shotwell from Laurel
Interior: Ronald Jackson from Windsor Mill
Thursday, June 7 Balcony: Felicia Mooney from Severn
Balcony: Henry Rodriguez from Jessup
Oceanview: John Long from Montgomery Village
Interior: Christobal Sheppard from College Park
Interior: Steve Pennington from Deale