BALTIMORE, MD – An Eastern Shore woman had to cross the Chesapeake Bay to find her Lottery luck, which was hanging out in Baltimore. Her reward for the journey was a cool $30,000 prize!
The 40-year-old decided to buy a Super Tic Tac Toe scratch-off while at Royal Farms #138 on Russell Street. That decision led to her discovery of the game’s first $30,000 top prize. The Hebron resident claimed her big win earlier this month at Lottery headquarters in Baltimore.
The $3 Super Tic Tac Toe game went on sale in March with eight top prizes. This exciting scratch-off offers four games to play, with prizes awarded for matching symbols in a row or diagonally. Game 4 delivered her $30,000 prize with the symbols of a boat, cash, club and pot of gold. In addition to the top prizes, the scratch-off has 17 $1,000 prizes awaiting discovery plus nearly 750,000 prizes ranging from $3 to $500.
The Royal Farms store that sold the lucky ticket, located at 1530 Russell Street, is celebrating a win, too. The Lottery retailer will receive a $300 bonus from the Lottery for selling the top-prize winning instant ticket.
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