Three winners visited Maryland Lottery headquarters in Baltimore this week to claim the following prizes:
A Baltimore County resident won a $10,616 prize on a Racetrax ticket he purchased on July 5 at the Quick Mart located at 8604 Loch Raven Boulevard in Towson. He paid $40 for a 20-race Superfecta ticket with the Bonus option in the computer-animated horse racing game, selecting the 12, 1, 2 and 3 horses to be the first four to finish in that exact order. On the eighth of his 20 races, the 12, 1, 2, 3 Superfecta hit, and the randomly generated Bonus multiplier was 4x. That quadrupled his base prize of $2,654 to a total of $10,616. The retailer is a winner as well. For selling a winning Racetrax ticket worth at least $10,000, the Quick Mart will receive a bonus of $106.16 – equal to 1 percent of the prize value.
A resident of Sykesville in Carroll County was a $10,000 winner on a WILLY WONKA GOLDEN TICKET™ she bought at the Weis Market located at 6375 Monroe Avenue in Eldersburg. The $10 scratch-off launched in April, and five of its $100,000 top prizes remain unclaimed, along with four $10,000 prizes, and thousands of additional prizes ranging from $10 to $1,000. Players can enter their non-winning tickets from this game into a second-chance contest. Six second-chance winners will receive a trip to Las Vegas, where they will compete in a gameshow-style event with a chance to win up to $1 billion. For details, visit mdlottery.com/goldenticket.
A Baltimore County resident was a $10,000 winner on a $20 100X The Cash scratch-off ticket she purchased at Bi Rite Liquors, located at 1540-42 Country Ridge Lane in Essex.