Lucky winners from Baltimore, Hagerstown and Glen Burnie
Six Maryland Lottery players – four from Baltimore and one each from Hagerstown and Glen Burnie – claimed $10,000 prizes at Lottery headquarters in Baltimore in the last week.
On Monday, three winners claimed big wins including a 64-year-old Baltimore man who was a third-tier Mega Millions winner in the June 7 drawing. A player in California picked up the big $530 million jackpot in that drawing while our winner secured a $10,000 prize. He bought the lucky ticket at Little Abners Liquors at 1306 1/2 Linden Avenue in Halethorpe.
Also making a claim was a 36-year-old woman from Baltimore. She won a $10,000 prize in the $10 Power 8s scratch-off game bought at 7-Eleven #27456 at 5401 Radecke Avenue in the city. Four of the original 11 top prizes of $100,000 remain unclaimed.
A 71-year-old Baltimore man won $10,000 playing the $10 Gold Rush X50 scratch-off. He bought his scratch-off at Dolfield Convenience Store, 3611 Dolfield Avenue in the city. After launching May 20, Gold Rush X50 shot to the number 1 spot on the Maryland Lottery Top 40 Scratch-Off chart and has remained there ever since. Seven of the game’s original eight top prizes of $100,000 are still unclaimed.
On June 12, a 67-year-old woman from Baltimore made her claim after winning a top prize in the $2 Moneybag Multiplier game. She bought her scratch-off at Linden Bar and Liquors in the 900 block of West North Avenue in Baltimore. The lucky player claimed the fourth of five top prizes in the game.
On June 10, a 50-year-old man from Glen Burnie claimed a $10,000 prize on a $20 $1,000,000 Blowout scratch-off. There are still four unclaimed $1 million top prizes in the game, eight $100,000 prizes and 33 $10,000 prizes. The Anne Arundel County man bought his winning instant ticket at Royal Farms store #023 at 6411 Fort Smallwood Road in Baltimore.
The same day, a Hagerstown woman claimed her $10,000 prize on the $10 Diamond 10s game. The lucky 65-year-old bought her instant ticket at Roxy Liquors, which is located at 761 East Wilson Boulevard in Hagerstown. One of the game’s original nine $100,000 top prizes remains unclaimed along with three $10,000 prizes.
Congratulations to these winners!