A $50,000 winning Powerball lottery ticket sold November 7 at the Check Cash Depot at 8476 Piney Branch Road in Silver Spring remains unclaimed as of Tuesday, November 15. The ticket was purchased for last week’s historic Powerball drawing that had a jackpot of over $2 billion. Outside of MoCo, a $1 million Mega Millions ticket sold November 8 at 7-Eleven (9151 Riggs Road) in Adelphi and a $1 million Powerball ticket sold November 7 at One Mile Liquor (6600 Baltimore National Pike, Suite L) in Catonsville have also yet to be claimed. Additional information courtesy of the Maryland Lottery below:
Players across the state won nearly $29.7 million in the seven days ending Nov. 13
As Powerball fever gripped the nation with the jackpot reaching $2.04 billion, Lottery players across Maryland landed 14 Powerball prizes last week ranging from $50,000 to $1 million.
In the Nov. 7 Powerball drawing, after a jackpot roll that lasted for more than three months, a ticket sold in California won an all-time record $2.04 billion. During that stretch of 41 Powerball drawings beginning in early August, the Maryland Lottery sold nearly 1.3 million winning Powerball tickets with prizes ranging from $4 to $1 million, including 41 tickets worth $50,000 or more. At the $1 million level, there were five winners. Players Columbia and Mount Rainier bought tickets worth $200,000 and $150,000, respectively. There were also six wins at the $100,000 level along with 28 tickets worth $50,000 each.
Meanwhile, the Mega Millions jackpot has climbed to an estimated annuity value of $207 million ($102.8 million cash value) for the Tuesday, Nov. 15 drawing, and a $1 million winning Mega Millions ticket was sold last week in Adelphi.
Including the big Powerball and Mega Millions wins, 34 tickets across Maryland landed prizes of $10,000 or more during the seven days ending Nov. 13, and the Maryland Lottery paid nearly $29.7 million in prizes during that span.
Winners of prizes larger than $25,000 must redeem their tickets at the Maryland Lottery Customer Resource Center in Baltimore, which is open by appointment only. Prizes of up to $5,000 can be claimed at any of more than 400 Expanded Cashing Authority Program (XCAP) locations. All Maryland Lottery retailers are authorized to redeem tickets up to and including $600. 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 Nov. 7-13:
- Lady Luck, New Food Way, 1501 Broening Highway, Baltimore
- $10,000 Lucky, Timonium Shell, 2161 York Road, Timonium
- $250,000 Gold Rush, Dutch Liquors, 2325 Cleanleigh Drive, Baltimore
- BETTY BOOP™, Clinton Crossing Exxon, 8915 Woodyard Road, Clinton
- Bingo X10 5th Edition, Royal Farms #193-E, 803 Pinnacle Drive, Linthicum Heights
- Lady Luck, High’s #92, 1329 Defense Highway, Gambrills
- Lady Luck, Weis Market #139, 720 Hanover Pike, Hampstead
- Lady Luck, Sheetz #147, 5 North Third Street, Oakland
- Mega 7s, Pantry 1 Food, 1090 Spa Road, Annapolis
- Money Explosion, Fenton Street Exxon, 8301 Fenton Street, Silver Spring
- Money Explosion, Country Liquors, 531 Jermor Lane, Suite A, Westminster
- Show Me $100,000!, Perryville Liquors, 1486 Perryville Road, Perryville
FAST PLAY and Draw Game Tickets Sold for Drawings Nov. 7-13:
- $100,000 Holiday Money Match ticket sold Nov. 8 at BJ’s Wholesale Club, 413 Constant Friendship Boulevard, Abingdon (unclaimed as of Nov. 14)
- $1 million ticket sold Nov. 8 at 7-Eleven #11716, 9151 Riggs Road, Adelphi (unclaimed as of Nov. 14)
- $50,000 ticket sold Nov. 12 at 7-Eleven #20096, 14430 Layhill Road, Silver Spring (unclaimed as of Nov. 14)
- $25,000 ticket sold Nov. 8 at Bowie Exxon, 1500 Crain Highway North West, Bowie (claimed)
- $1 million ticket sold Nov. 7 at One Mile Liquor, 6600 Baltimore National Pike, Suite L, Catonsville (unclaimed as of Nov. 14)
- $100,000 ticket sold Nov. 6 at Smallwood Village Exxon, 2010 St. Thomas Drive, Waldorf (unclaimed as of Nov. 14)
- $50,000 ticket sold Nov. 6 at the Maryland House travel stop on I-95 near Aberdeen (unclaimed as of Nov. 14)
- $50,000 ticket sold Nov. 11 at Martin’s #6003, 739 Park Street, Cumberland (claimed)
- $50,000 ticket sold Nov. 7 at 260 BP, 2975 West Chesapeake Beach Road, Dunkirk (unclaimed as of Nov. 14)
- $50,000 ticket sold Nov. 6 at Giant #140, 5815 Eastern Avenue, Hyattsville (unclaimed as of Nov. 14)
- $50,000 ticket sold Nov. 7 at Walmart #2027, 12500 Country Club Mall Road, La Vale (unclaimed as of Nov. 14)
- $50,000 ticket sold Nov. 7 at Laurel Liquors, 420 Sandy Spring Road, Laurel (unclaimed as of Nov. 14)
- $50,000 ticket sold Nov. 6 at Weis Market #180, 9400 Scott Moore Way, Perry Hall (claimed)
- $50,000 ticket sold Nov. 7 at Wawa #555-E, 668 South Salisbury Boulevard, Salisbury (claimed)
- $50,000 ticket sold Nov. 7 at Check Cash Depot #004, 8476 Piney Branch Road, Silver Spring (unclaimed as of Nov. 14)
- $50,000 ticket sold Nov. 8 at Modern Liquors, 2358 Iverson Street, Temple Hills (unclaimed as of Nov. 14)
- $50,000 ticket sold Nov. 5 at 7-Eleven #15036, 309 East Smallwood Drive, Waldorf (unclaimed as of Nov. 14)
- $50,000 ticket sold Nov. 7 at White Plains Wine & Spirits, 4425 Crain Highway, White Plains (unclaimed as of Nov. 14)
- $22,905.30 ticket sold Nov. 10 at Autumn Grove Exxon, 1801 Autumn Grove Court, Salisbury (claimed)
- $10,228.40 ticket sold Nov. 12 at Royal Farms #193-E, 803 Pinnacle Drive, Linthicum Heights (unclaimed as of Nov. 14)
The Maryland Lottery encourages players to check their tickets by scanning them at any Lottery retailer or with the Lottery’s mobile apps. Draw game winners have 182 days from the date of a drawing to claim their prizes, and scratch-off winners have 182 days from the announced end-of-game date.