Players scratch that itch to play, score $10,000 paydays
Four Maryland Lottery scratch-off players – one each from Beltsville, Landover, New Carrollton and Ocean Pines – recently claimed prizes of $10,000 at Lottery headquarters in Baltimore.
A 52-year-old woman from Beltsville claimed her $10,000 win on March 12 on the $10 $100,000 Winter Winfall game. She bought the lucky holiday game at Sunrise Market & Deli at 10800 Rhode Island Avenue in Beltsville. Five of the original 20 $10,000 prizes remain unclaimed in the game, as do three of the original eight top prizes of $100,000.
On March 11, a 51-year-old man from Landover picked up the proceeds of a $10,000 win in the $10 $250,000 Rich game. He bought the hot instant ticket at Tobacco N Vape at 5731 Crain Highway in Upper Marlboro. Also picking up a $10,000 win in the $250,000 Rich game is a 56-year-old woman from Ocean Pines, who made her claim on March 14. She bought her winning scratch-off at Royal Farms #178 at 10633 Ocean Gateway in Berlin. The $250,000 Rich game is partnered with the $30 $2,000,000 Richer instant ticket. The two games are at the top of the chart in the Lottery’s Top 40 scratch-off list.
Last but not least, a 68-year-old New Carrollton man cashed in for $10,000 on March 11 after scratching a win on the $10 $20,000,000 Cash Payout game. He bought his lucky instant ticket at Giant #316 located at 6000 Greenbelt Road in Greenbelt.
Congratulations to all of these winners!