Racetrax, Scratch-off Tickets Deliver Big Prizes

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Racetrax, Scratch-off Tickets Deliver Big Prizes

Friday, July 13th, 2018

Winning tickets sold in Baltimore and Carroll Counties

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.

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