BALTIMORE, MD – Another millionaire recently took his place in the Maryland Lottery Winner’s Circle. The anonymous Baltimore man claimed the second $1 million top prize in the 100X The Cash game.
The lucky 44-year-old, who found his big win at a small Baltimore business, scratched off his winning numbers and then found a match on the first row of his $20 instant ticket. Beneath the matching number, he revealed the fantastic $1 million prize.
This fun game went on sale in November and has four $1 million top prizes remaining along with six $50,000 prizes and eight $10,000 prizes. The 100X The Cash scratch-off belongs to a family of X Multiplier games. The five games —5X The Cash, 10X The Cash, 20X The Cash, 50X The Cash and 100X The Cash — offer “Xtra Xciting” ways to win instant prizes of up to $1 million and second-chance prizes of up to $50,000. The final second-chance drawing is April 28.
The new millionaire found his lucky scratch-off at M&M Lounge, which is located at 2500 East Biddle Street in Baltimore. For selling the $1 million top-prize winning scratch-off, the lucky Baltimore city business earned a $1,000 retailer bonus from the Lottery.
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