Lucky Lottery enthusiasts cash big winners just in time for the holidays
Seven winners visited Maryland Lottery headquarters in Baltimore in the past week to claim the following $10,000 instant ticket prizes:
A Silver Spring man and a Hedgesville, W.Va., woman each won $10,000 on Winter Ice Multiplier, one of the Lottery’s five 2017 holiday-themed instant tickets. One of the tickets was purchased at the Cheese & Wine Shop at 2501 Ennalls Avenue in Silver Spring, and the other win came at the Sheetz store at 18717 Longmeadow Road in Hagerstown. The holiday-themed $10 ticket launched Oct. 23, and six of its $100,000 top prizes remain unclaimed, along with 15 more $10,000 prizes and thousands of other prizes ranging from $10 to $1,000. Winter Ice Multiplier is joined by four other 2017 holiday-themed instant games, and players can enter any non-winning 2017 holiday scratch-off into the Warehouse Dash second-chance contest through Jan. 18, 2018. Twelve winners will be randomly selected to receive a trip to Chicago and a 90-second dash through a warehouse full of prizes. The contest will also award cash prizes or books of scratch-off tickets to 250 additional winners.
Another Silver Spring resident won $10,000 on a $5 Ravens ticket he bought at Aspen Hill Liquor, Beer & Wine, located at 13745 Connecticut Avenue in Silver Spring. The Ravens ticket launched in July, and two of its $100,000 top prizes remain unclaimed, along with four $50,000 prizes, eight more $10,000 prizes and thousands of additional prizes ranging from $5 to $1,000. There’s still time to enter your non-winning $5 and $2 Ravens tickets into the Ravens second-chance contest, which features cash prizes and the opportunity to win Ravens season tickets for 20 years. The entry deadline for the final monthly drawing is Jan. 15. The grand prize drawing for season tickets for 20 years will be in early 2018.
The $100 Grand game delivered a $10,000 win for a Baltimore County woman who bought her ticket at the Royal Farms store located at 1501 62nd Street in Baltimore City. The $10 ticket launched in September, and six of its $100,000 top prizes remain unclaimed along with seven $20,000 prizes, 18 more $10,000 prizes and thousands of other prizes ranging from $10 to $1,000.
A Pasadena woman was a $10,000 winner on a 100X The Cash ticket she purchased at Cigarette Depot at 8111 Fort Smallwood Road in Pasadena. The $20 ticket launched in November 2016, and three of its $1 million top prizes remain unclaimed along with four $50,000 prizes, 22 more $10,000 prizes and thousands of additional prizes ranging from $20 to $5,000.
The $20 Win Big ticket made a $10,000 winner out of Gwynn Oak man who found Lottery luck at the Wawa store located at 2845 Rolling Road in Baltimore. Win Big launched in November, and all seven of its $1 million top prizes remain unclaimed, along with all 13 of its $50,000 prizes, 55 more $10,000 prizes and thousands of additional prizes ranging from $20 to $5,000.
An Ellicott City man won $10,000 on a $20 Cash Explosion ticket he bought at Waterloo Shell, located at 5651 Waterloo Road in Ellicott City. Cash Explosion launched in August, and six of its $1 million top prizes remain unclaimed along with 12 $50,000 prizes, 48 more $10,000 prizes and thousands of additional prizes ranging from $20 to $5,000.