Several winners visited Maryland Lottery headquarters in Baltimore recently to claim the following prizes:
A Cambridge resident won $10,000 on a Ravens X10 ticket he purchased in Wicomico County at the Royal Farms store located at 31954 Summer Drive in Salisbury. All five of the Ravens X10 ticket’s $100,000 top prizes and all five of its $50,000 prizes remain unclaimed, along with thousands of other prizes ranging from $5 to $10,000. The $5 Ravens X10 and the $2 Ravens X5 tickets both launched in July. All non-winning Ravens X10 and Ravens X5 tickets are eligible for entry into a second-chance contest, where prizes include cash, travel with the Ravens to a road game, and Ravens season tickets for 20 years.
A Laurel resident won $10,000 on an Old Bay Bucks ticket purchased at Aqsa Services located at 4742 Frederick Avenue in Baltimore City. The $2 Old Bay Bucks ticket launched in June, and four of its $10,000 top prizes remain unclaimed, along with thousands of additional prizes ranging from $2 to $5,000.
A resident of Cordova in Talbot County was a $10,000 winner on a $1,000,000 Blowout ticket she bought at the US Foods store located at 8117 Ocean Gateway in Easton. The $20 ticket launched in June, and all seven of its $1,000,000 top prizes are still unclaimed, along with 14 $50,000 prizes and thousands of additional prizes ranging from $20 to $10,000.
A Washington. D.C., resident was a $10,000 winner on a $20 Cash Explosion ticket he purchased in Charles County at the Dash In store located at 6670 Crain Highway in La Plata. Cash Explosion launched in August of 2017, and four of its $1 million top prizes remain unclaimed, along with 13 $50,000 prizes and thousands of additional prizes ranging from $20 to $10,000.
A Baltimore County resident won $10,000 on a $20 Win Big ticket he bought at Niki Food Mart & Lottery at 6301 Kenwood Avenue in Rosedale, Baltimore County. The Win Big ticket launched in November 2017, and four of its $1 million top prizes are still unclaimed, along with 10 $50,000 prizes and thousands of additional prizes ranging from $20 to $10,000.
A resident of Belcamp was a $10,000 winner on a Mega Millions ticket for the July 24 drawing that she bought in Harford County at the All In One store located at 1327 Policy Drive in Belcamp.
A Fairfax, Va., resident won $11,970 prizes on two Racetrax Superfecta Wheel tickets he purchased for the same race on July 26 at Dodge City Market, located at 7409 Marlboro Pike in District Heights. The winner added the Bonus option to both tickets, and when a 10x Bonus was drawn for his winning race, it multiplied the base prize on each ticket from $1,197 to $11,970. The Prince George’s County retailer is a winner as well. For selling the two winning Racetrax tickets worth at least $10,000, the Quick Mart will receive a bonus of $119.70 for each ticket – equal to 1 percent of the prize values.