Lucky scratch-offs were $100,000 Winter Winfall, Keno and Willy Wonka Golden Ticket™
Maryland Lottery players from Baltimore, Cambridge and the St. Mary’s County community of Mechanicsville recently claimed prizes of $10,000 at Lottery headquarters in Baltimore.
A 63-year-old man from Mechanicsville picked up a $10,000 Keno prize after playing Nov. 3 at A&B Liquors at 28260 Three Notch Road in his hometown. The lucky winner placed a 7-spot bet with the Super Bonus multiplier option for the win. A&B Liquors also got lucky on the play, scoring a $100 bonus, equal to 1 percent of the prize, for selling a winning Keno ticket with a prize of $10,000 or more.
An 82-year-old Baltimore woman picked up a $10,000 prize on Nov. 8 after playing a $100,000 Winter Winfall scratch-off. The $10 game went on sale Oct. 22 and all eight of its top $100,000 prizes remain unclaimed. Similarly, 17 of 20 second-tier $10,000 prizes remain unclaimed. She bought her lucky scratch-off at Eutaw Market, 1701 Eutaw Place, in the city.
Rounding out the latest group of $10,000 Lottery winners was a 62-year-old man from the Eastern Shore community of Cambridge, who picked up a winning WILLY WONKA GOLDEN TICKET™ scratch-off at Royal Farms #112 at 3505 Washington Boulevard in Halethorpe. Three of the $10 game’s 10 top $100,000 prizes remain unclaimed.
Congratulations to these three big winners!