NOTTINGHAM, MD—The Maryland Lottery Claims Center in Baltimore reopened on June 24 after having been closed since March 30 due to the coronavirus, and players made appointments to claim dozens of big prizes.
In all, Maryland Lottery players won or claimed more than $36.2 million in prizes during the week of June 22-28.
Many winners of large prizes have been patiently waiting to claim their winnings while the Lottery Claims Center was closed. A total of 104 tickets worth $10,000 or more were claimed or sold in the seven days ending June 28, including 65 scratch-offs and 39 draw game tickets.
Of those 39 draw game tickets, 30 were purchased prior to the week of June 22-28. Eight draw game tickets that are big winners were purchased last week and had not yet been claimed as of June 29.
The Lottery’s Claims Center in Baltimore is open by appointment only. Walk-in claims are not permitted at this time.
Prizes up to $25,000 can be claimed at any of the six casinos in Maryland. Prizes of $25,001 or more must be claimed at the Lottery Claims Center.
Here are the prizes that were claimed:
- $100,000 Instant Jackpot, 7207 Liquor & Deli, 7201 Harford Road (21234)
- Rose Gold, Carney Liquors, 9222 Harford Road (21234)
- Red Hot Riche$, Royal Farms #052, 2410 East Joppa Road (21234)
- 50X The Cash, Swan Song Spirits, 9639 Belair Road (21236)
- $16,898 ticket sold May 18 at Royal Farms, 9620 Belair Road, Perry Hall (claimed)
- $15,367 ticket sold April 9 at Perry Hall BP, 8809 Belair Road, Perry Hall (claimed)