The Week in Winners: Powerball, Scratch-offs Deliver Four $100,000 Prizes

Players across Maryland won or claimed $24.3 million during the week ending Nov. 1
Two Powerball players in Odenton were $100,000 winners in the Oct. 28 drawing, with one of those prizes remaining unclaimed as of Nov. 2. Meanwhile, two scratch-off players in Baltimore and Reisterstown each claimed $100,000 in the past week.
In all, Lottery players won or claimed more than $24.3 million in the seven days ending Nov. 1, including 26 tickets worth $10,000 or more that were either sold or claimed during that span.
The Maryland Lottery Claims Center in Baltimore is open by appointment only. Lottery prizes up to and including $25,000 can be claimed at any of Maryland’s six casinos with no appointment necessary. Prizes of $25,001 or more must be claimed by appointment at the Lottery Claims Center in Baltimore. More information is available on the How To Claim page of mdlottery.com.
Here is the weekly roundup of big winners:
Scratch-off Prizes Claimed from Oct. 26 Through Nov. 1:
$100,000 Prizes

$100,000 Extreme Cash, Inner Harbor Exxon, 1800 Russell Street, Baltimore
Emerald 10s, Dash-In #15533, 30 Main Street, Reisterstown

$50,000 Prizes

Holiday Luck X5, Landover Sunoco, 7530 Martin Luther King Highway, Landover
$500,000 Crossword, Carroll Motor Fuels, 8845 Fort Smallwood Road, Pasadena
$2,000,000 Richer, Shore Stop #242, 201 Romancoke Road, Stevensville
$, 925 Liquors, 2795 Old Washington Road, Waldorf

$20,200 Prize

2020 Cash, Royal Farms #174, 1261 Liberty Road, Sykesville

$10,000 Prizes

$10,000 Extreme Green, Golden Ring Exxon, 8605 Philadelphia Road, Rosedale
$10,000 Extreme Green, AC&T, 724 Frederick Street, Hagerstown
$10,000 Extreme Green, Palmer Exxon, 7106 Martin Luther King Highway, Landover
$10,000 Extreme Green,

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