Maryland lottery players won a total of $37 million this week

Prizes totaling more than $37.7 million won during the week ending April 25

Multi-Match jackpot of $1.4 million and a $250,000 top-prize on the Cash scratch-off game were the Maryland Lottery’s top wins of the past week. Meanwhile, a combination of FAST PLAY, Bonus Match 5, Powerball and scratch-off tickets delivered eight $50,000 wins.

A ticket sold in Rockville for the April 22 Multi-Match drawing delivered the game’s second jackpot win of 2021, an estimated annuity value of $1.4 million (estimated $1.1 million cash value). The jackpot had been rolling since it was last hit for $2.75 million in the Feb. 4 drawing on a ticket sold in Owings Mills. The Cash scratch-off ticket worth a quarter of a million dollars was sold in Reisterstown.

The eight $50,000 wins came on tickets sold in Baltimore City, District Heights, Forest Hill, Gaithersburg, Hanover, Oxon Hill, Silver Spring and Solomons.


In all, 32 Maryland Lottery players across the state won or claimed prizes of $10,000 or more, and the Lottery paid a total of more than $37.7 million in prizes in the seven days ending April 25.

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