Several winners visited Maryland Lottery headquarters in Baltimore recently to claim the following prizes:
A Keno ticket purchased at the Bryantown Store at 6435 Leonardtown Road in Bryantown was a $10,000 winner for a player from the same Charles County community. The winner made an 8 spot pick with the Bonus option on Aug. 27 for the win. Also getting lucky was the store, which received a bonus of $100, equal to 1 percent of the winning total.
A player from Waldorf won $10,000 on a Ravens X10 ticket purchased in St. Mary’s County at McKays Food & Drug at 37679 Mohawk Drive in Charlotte Hall. The ticket was cashed in on Aug. 24 at Maryland Lottery headquarters in Baltimore. Three of five $100,000 Ravens X10 top prizes and all five of its $50,000 prizes remain unclaimed, along with thousands of other prizes ranging from $5 to $10,000. The $5 Ravens X10 and the $2 Ravens X5 tickets both launched in July. All non-winning Ravens X10 and Ravens X5 tickets are eligible for entry into a second-chance contest, where prizes include cash, travel with the Ravens to a road game, and Ravens season tickets for 20 years.
A Bingo X10 winning ticket worth $10,000 was cashed in on Aug. 21 at Lottery headquarters by a player from Smithsburg in Washington County. The ticket was purchased at Village Spirits at 22935 Jefferson Boulevard in Smithsburg. Launched in July, Bingo X10 is a $10 ticket, and all of its six $100,000 top tier prizes remain unclaimed, along with 13 second-tier $10,000 prizes and thousands of additional prizes ranging from $10 to $1.
A player from Catonsville had a $10,000 payday on Aug. 28 after scratching off a $1,000,000 Blowout ticket purchased at the Edmondson Crown gas station at 6122 Edmondson Avenue in Catonsville. Launched on June 25, $1,000,000 Blowout is a $20 ticket and six of its $1 million top prizes remain unclaimed. In addition, 13 prizes of $50,000 are still out there, as are 50 $10,000 prizes and thousands of others ranging from $20 to $5,000.
A Deluxe Crossword ticket worth $10,000 was cashed in on Aug. 28 by a player from Baltimore City. The ticket was purchased at the Gomez City Grocery Store at 2149 West Lexington Street in the city. Four top-tier $50,000 prizes remain unclaimed on the game, as do nine tickets worth $10,000 each. Launched on Dec. 26, 2017, the $5 game also has thousands of prizes ranging from $5 to $1,000.
A player from Ellicott City cashed in a $10,629.10 winning Racetrax ticket on Aug. 10 at Lottery headquarters. The winner made a 10-cent Superfecta Wheel bet as part of a series of draws on Aug. 4 at the E-Z Convenience Store at 8104 Loch Raven Boulevard in the Ravenwood Shopping Center in Towson. The Baltimore County Lottery retailer is also a winner. For selling a winning Racetrax ticket worth $10,000 or more, E-Z Convenience receives a bonus of $106.29, equal to 1 percent of the total value of the winning ticket.