Retailers in Baltimore City and five counties sell $10,000-winning tickets
Five lucky winners visited Maryland Lottery headquarters in Baltimore this week to claim $10,000 scratch-off prizes:
The $10 10X Cash ticket created three lucky $10,000 winners:
- A Westminster woman who bought her ticket in Carroll County at Victory Convenience, 270 East Green Street in Westminster;
- A Berlin woman who bought her ticket in Anne Arundel County at Buy N Go, 13 Aquahart Road in Glen Burnie;
- A Smithburg man who bought his ticket in Washington County at AC&T, 22507 Jefferson Boulevard in Smithburg.
The 10X Cash ticket launched in July 2016, and 20 of its $10,000 top prizes remain unclaimed along with thousands of other prizes ranging from $10 to $1,000.
A Baltimore County man found Lottery luck on a $10 Lady Luck ticket that he purchased at Taylor Avenue Citgo, 900 Taylor Avenue in Baltimore City. Lady Luck launched in July, and five of its $100,000 top prizes remain unclaimed along with 13 more $10,000 prizes and thousands of additional prizes ranging from $10 to $1,000.
A Baltimore City woman won $10,000 on a $10 50X The Cash ticket she purchased in Howard County at All Saints Shell, 9820 All Saints Road in Laurel. 50X The Cash launched in January, and there are still two of its $100,000 top prizes that remain unclaimed along with four $50,000 prizes, nine more $10,000 prizes and thousands of additional prizes ranging from $10 to $1,000.
A $250,000 Jackpot ticket was a $10,000 winner for a Baltimore County woman who found Lottery luck at a Baltimore County 7-Eleven store located at 7201 East Baltimore Street. The $10 ticket launched in February, and two of its $250,000 top prizes remain unclaimed along with five more $10,000 prizes and thousands of additional prizes ranging from $10 to $1,000.
Since its inception in 1973, the Maryland Lottery and Gaming Control Agency has awarded more than $24 billion in prizes to Lottery players and more than $15 billion in Lottery revenue to the State of Maryland. One of Maryland’s largest revenue sources, the Lottery supports important state programs and services including education, public safety and health, human resources and the environment. For more information, go to mdlottery.com. Please remember to play responsibly and within your budget. For confidential help or information about gambling problems, visit mdgamblinghelp.org or call 1-800-GAMBLER.