Lottery players across Maryland win nearly $25.3 million in seven days
Maryland Lottery players won or claimed nearly $25.3 million in prizes from Aug. 12-18, highlighted by a $1 million top-prize-winning Gold Rush X100 instant ticket claimed by an auto mechanic from Essex.
The scratch-off was purchased at Norman’s Liquors, 1701 Eastern Boulevard, in Essex and was one of 17 tickets worth $10,000 or more sold or claimed in the seven-day span. Of those, four were draw game winners and the other 13 were scratch-off tickets.
Here is the weekly roundup, in addition to the $1 million winner:
Scratch-off Prizes Claimed
- – Gold Rush X100, Chesapeake Liquors, 6720-C Gov. Ritchie Highway, Glen Burnie
- – Gold Rush X100, High’s #023, 4500 Hanover Pike, Manchester
- – Hot 5s Hot Streak, S&W Liquors, 7072 Allentown Road, Temple Hills
- – LOTERIATM Grande, Dolfield Convenience, 3611 Dolfield Avenue, Baltimore
- Ravens $10, Village West Liquors, 19520 Waters Road (unit 2), Germantown
- $100,000 Crossword, Talbert’s Ice and Beverage, 5234 River Road, Bethesda
- $50,000 Diamonds, Scott Brothers Wine and Spirits, 936 Bay Ridge Road, Annapolis
- Big Money Maker, Royal Farms #104, 1010 Old Eastern Avenue, Baltimore
- Big Money Maker, Bridge Street Liquors, Elkton
- Big Money Maker, Giant #347, 10480 Campus Way, Upper Marlboro
- Bingo X10, Tobacco Express, 728 North Rolling Road, Catonsville
- Gold Rush X100, EZ Quick Food Market, 231 Mountain Road, Pasadena
Draw Game Tickets Purchased
- – $50,000 ticket purchased Aug. 13 at Pantry 1 Food, 1090 Spa Road, Annapolis (unclaimed)
- – $20,000 ticket purchased Aug. 16 at PG Gulf Fast Fuel, 7600 Annapolis Road, Lanham (claimed)
- – $24,661.30 ticket purchased Aug. 14 at Mac’s Sunnybrook Tavern, 9001 Livingston Road, Fort Washington (claimed)
- – $10,351 ticket sold Aug. 13 at Lewisdale Market, 7701 23rd Avenue, Hyattsville (claimed)
Thousands of other people won amounts ranging from a few dollars to a few thousand dollars. On average, Maryland Lottery players won more than $3.7 million a day in Fiscal Year 2019.
The Maryland Lottery encourages players to check their tickets by scanning them at any Lottery retailer or with the Lottery’s mobile apps. Winners have 182 days from the date of a drawing to claim the prize. For scratch-off games, winners have 182 days from the announced end-of-game date to claim prizes, with last claim dates published in the scratch-off section of mdlottery.com.