Woodlawn Sunoco Gas Station Sells $1.3M Multi-Match Jackpot Winner
BALTIMORE (WJZ) — The Maryland Lottery is searching for its newest Multi-Match millionaire after a player won the $1.3 million jackpot for the Monday, November 18 drawing.
The winner is the sixth player to hit the Multi-Match jackpot in 2019, can choose between the $1.3 million annuity or an estimated $1.075 million cash option (before taxes).
The player bought the winning ticket with the numbers 2, 8, 14, 15, 18 and 26 at Woodlawn Sunoco at 6725 Dogwood Road in Woodlawn in Baltimore County.
They have 182 days to claim their prize in person at the Lottery headquarters at 1800 Washington Boulevard in Baltimore, lottery officials said.
The Woodlawn Sunoco will get a $1,300 bonus for selling the winning ticket.
So far, of the five Multi-Match jackpots hit earlier in 2019- only one remains unclaimed. The Lottery is still looking for the player who hit the $775,000 jackpot in the August 19 drawing sold at a Giant located at 842 Muddy Branch Road in Gaithersburg.
In addition to the two Multi-Match winners, the Lottery is also waiting to meet and greet the winner of a $1 million Powerball prize on a ticket for the Nov. 13 drawing that was sold at 7-Eleven #11534, 2129 Defense Highway in Crofton. That ticket matched the first five winning numbers (23, 26, 27, 28 and 66), but fell just short of winning the jackpot because it didn’t match the Power Ball number (11).The Maryland Lottery is searching for its newest Multi-Match millionaire, after a player won the $1.3 million jackpot for the Monday, November 18 drawing.
Multi-Match is a Maryland Lottery game with a lotto play style and a $500,000 minimum jackpot that rolls over and increases until someone wins it. With four ways to win and two weekly draws, your only question soon could be “cash or annuity?”
Multi-Match has draws twice per week, on Monday and Thursday nights at 11:22 pm ET. Ticket sales close at 11:17 pm, so buy your ticket before then to play that evening’s draw.
How to Play
Players pay $2 per game and get 18 numbers on three lines in return. Simply select the first six numbers from one through 43 and the other 12 will be generated for you. You can also select the Quick Pick option and have all 18 chosen by computer. You can play five times per playslip, which will cost $10.00.
There’s a convenient way to play your numbers for up to 10 consecutive draws – just mark the “Number of Draws” box, or the “Draw Day” box if you want to start playing on a certain day of the week.
Prizes and Odds of Winning
True to its name, there’s more than one way to win a Multi-Match prize, and you can even win more than one prize per ticket. Players have one chance to win on each line – that’s three possible prizes. The fourth way to win is by combining the matches across all three lines.
If you match from three to five numbers on a single line, you’ll win up to $1,000. You can win an additional prize of up to $2,000 by matching a total of five to 18 numbers over all three lines. Match six numbers on one line and you’ll win the jackpot!
Check the tables below for details on the amount you could win on a single line, and what you could win by matching on multiple lines, along with the odds of winning. If you match all six number and hit the jackpot, you’ll have the option of receiving your prize as a single cash lump sum payment, or an annuity paid in 25 installments.
Here’s a breakdown of what you could win on a single line:
|Match on Single Line||Odds Per Line||Odds Per $2 Ticket||Prize|
|6 of 6||1 in 6,096,454||1 in 2,032,151||Jackpot|
|5 of 6||1 in 27,461||1 in 9,154||$1,000|
|4 of 6||1 in 610||1 in 203||$20|
|3 of 6||1 in 39||1 in 13||$2|
|Overall odds of winning any Multi-Match prize are 1 in 8.5. Prizes may be paid out to winners on a pari-mutuel basis in certain circumstances|
There is also a chance to win by combining your three lines:Information on the Multi-Match game from the Maryland Lottery – how to play, drawing schedule, prizes and odds for this lotto-style game with a a $500,000 starting jackpot that rolls over until it’s won. ]]>