Five Prizes Remain Unclaimed
It all started last Monday, April 19th when one lucky Marylander matched all six Multi-Match numbers to take home the $700,000 jackpot. The winning continued all week long, culminating with Saturday’s midday Pick 4 drawing producing 8-8-8-8, which paid out $5.9 million. In between, Maryland continued its winning streak selling a number of tickets worth large prizes, many of which remain unclaimed. Powerball produced its first two second-tier $200,000 winning tickets; there was a $250,000 second-tier Mega Millions prize; and another Multi-Match jackpot prize, this time worth $500,000.
The following tickets remain unclaimed:
- Monday, April 19th: $700,000 Multi-Match ticket
- Sterling Liquors in Dundalk
- Wednesday, April 21st: Two $200,000 second-tier Powerball tickets
- Big Elk Liquors in Elkton
- Belby Discount Beer & Wine in Rockville
- Thursday, April 22nd: $500,000 Multi-Match ticket
- Hungerford Beer & Wine in Rockville
- Friday, April 23rd: $250,000 Mega Millions ticket
- Harwood Convenience Store in Elkridge
Players have 182 days to claim their prizes. The Lottery urges all winners to sign the back of their tickets. For winning numbers and more information, visit mdlottery.com.