Soda Pop Shop super lucky location for Racetrax players
Seven lucky players visited Maryland Lottery headquarters this week to claim prizes ranging from $10,000 to $20,000, and one lucky retailer sold three of the tickets.
Among the winners were two Racetrax players from Baltimore who cashed in three winning tickets that were purchased at Soda Pop Shop, located at 1026 Ingleside Avenue in Baltimore. Those three tickets, all different Trifecta Box bets placed on three different dates, combined for $41,828 in prizes.
One of the lucky Racetrax winners had two tickets that totaled $24,528. The first of her wins came on July 14, when her Trifecta Box ticket with the Bonus option delivered a $13,611 prize. On July 18, the computer-animated horses put the 34-year-old back in the money, as she won $10,917 on another Trifecta Box with the Bonus.
Then, on July 19, Soda Pop Shop proved to be a lucky location again, as a Baltimore man took home a $17,300 prize on another Trifecta Box ticket with the Bonus option.
For selling the three winning Racetrax tickets with prizes valued at more than $10,000, the Baltimore County retailer will receive a total bonus of $418.28, equal to 1 percent of the combined values of the three tickets.
Meanwhile, the $10 Maximum Money scratch-off created three $10,000 winners this week. The Maximum Money winners were:
- A Forest Hill resident who purchased his ticket at 7-Eleven #22281 located at 2400 Pleasantville Road in Fallston.
- A Hyattsville resident who purchased her ticket at King Kong Restaurant located at 2350 University Boulevard in Adelphi.
- An Arnold resident who purchased his ticket at Royal Farms #133 located at 930 Cromwell Park Drive in Glen Burnie.
Maximum Money launched in April, and seven of its $100,000 top prizes remain unclaimed, along with 20 more $10,000 prizes and thousands of additional prizes ranging from $10 to $1,000.
A Pocomoke City resident was a $10,000 winner on the $250,000 Jackpot ticket that he purchased at Royal Farms #178 located at 10633 Ocean Gateway in Berlin. The $10 ticket launched in February and two of its $250,000 top prizes are still unclaimed. The Worcester County resident’s claim leaves seven more unclaimed $10,000 prizes, along with thousands of additional prizes ranging from $10 to $500.
Last but not least, on Friday, a South Carolina player claimed a $10,000 prize on the $10 10x Cash scratch-off. The lucky winner stopped at Silo Hill Exxon located at 110 Silo Hill Road in Emmitsburg.