Six Maryland Lottery scratch-off tickets were big winners last week, including a ticket sold in Silver Spring worth $100,000.
The other six top winning tickets were sold in Millersville, Belcamp, Glen Burnie, Nottingham, and Salisbury.
Last week, the winner of the $100,000 prize sold in Silver Spring claimed their prize at Lottery Headquarters in Baltimore. Any prize larger than $25,000 must be redeemed in person.
The Hillendale Beer “N” Wine store located at 10117 New Hampshire Boulevard in Silver Spring sold the lottery ticket, in the $100,000 Extreme Cash instant game. The store receives a bonus from the lottery for selling the winning ticket.
Two instant tickets worth $10,000 each were also sold in the county. An In the Money scratch off ticket sold for $10 at the Safeway on Main Street in Damascus. And a Money Explosion ticket was sold at the Flower Hill Beer & Wine store in Gaithersburg.
Maryland allows lottery winners to remain anonymous.
The Powerball jackpot is currently estimated at $131 million after Saturday’s drawing did not produce a jackpot winner. The next drawing takes place Monday at 10:59 p.m. ET.