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Lottery Ticket Worth $1,000 Per Week For Life Sold In County

Patch logo Patch 6/22/2021 Jacob Baumgart
Marlow Winghouse & Sports Grill in Temple Hills sold a winning Cash4Life ticket from the Maryland Lottery on June 16. © Shutterstock Marlow Winghouse & Sports Grill in Temple Hills sold a winning Cash4Life ticket from the Maryland Lottery on June 16.

TEMPLE HILLS — A Maryland Lottery player won $1,000 per week for life on June 16. The customer bought the Cash4Life ticket at Marlow Winghouse & Sports Grill in Temple Hills.

The winner can choose between the $1,000 weekly prize, paid in annual installments of $52,000, and a one-time payment of $1 million before taxes. The Prince George's County retailer that sold the ticket, located at 4147 Branch Avenue, will get a $2,500 bonus from the lottery.

The player picked these numbers: 10, 32, 41, 42, 51 and a Cash Ball of 1. The winner matched the first five numbers but did not land the Cash Ball.

This is Maryland's first second-tier prize of 2021. It was the fourth second-tier prize sold in the state since the game debuted here in January 2016.

These nine other states also participate in Cash4Life:

  • Florida
  • Georgia
  • Indiana
  • Missouri
  • New York
  • New Jersey
  • Pennsylvania
  • Virginia
  • Tennessee

Since premiering in June 2014, the game has yielded 49 top-prize winners, including three from Maryland, and 119 second-tier winners.

About 3,000 players won prizes worth $2 or more on June 16. Players have 182 days from the drawing to claim their prizes. Lottery officials encouraged winners to sign the back of their tickets immediately and store them in a safe place.

The big winner can claim their prize by mail or in-person appointment. They can also drop off the completed claim form and winning ticket at the Maryland Lottery headquarters, located at 1800 Washington Boulevard in Baltimore.

Smaller winners can claim theirs by mail or in-person appointment. They can also visit a lottery retailer or a casino.

More information on the claims process is posted here. Appointments are available at this link.

Anybody battling gambling addiction can visit mdgamblinghelp.org or call 1-800-426-2537.

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