Maryland Lottery: $150,000 Powerball Prize Won in Bethesda

Maryland Lottery: $150,000 Powerball Prize Won in Bethesda

Maryland ( STL.News) A Powerball ticket worth $150,000 marketed in Bethesda as well as 3 scratch-off tickets worth $100,000 each that were marketed in Baltimore, Churchton as well as Huntingtown blazed a trail amongst Maryland Lotto game victors in the previous week.

The fortunate Powerball gamer in Bethesda matched 4 of the initial 5 numbers as well as the Power Sphere number in the Feb. 17 illustration, winning a base prize of $50,000. The prize was tripled to $150,000 since the victor paid an additional $1 to include the Power Play choice to the ticket, as well as the multiplier made use of Feb. 17 was 3x.

An additional 4 individuals asserted rewards of $50,000 or even more on tickets bought in Baltimore, Riverdale as well as Trappe.

Maryland Lotto game gamers throughout the state won or asserted almost $29.8 million in the 7 days finishing Feb. 21, consisting of 18 gamers that won or asserted rewards of $10,000 or even more throughout the week.

Champions of rewards bigger than $25,000 have to retrieve their tickets at the Maryland Lotto Game Claims Facility in Baltimore, which is open by visit just.

All Lotto game sellers are accredited to pay winning tickets as much as $600, as well as roughly 400 Expanded Cashing Authority Program (XCAP) sellers are accredited to pay tickets valued as much as $5,000.

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