Lottery tickets bought in Salisbury and Ocean City last week are worth big winnings, and one of those prizes is still unclaimed.
In the seven days ending Sunday, Aug. 29, 22 Maryland lottery players won or claimed $10,000 or more in winnings and the Lottery paid almost $34 million in prizes, according to a Monday news release.
Among the most recent winning tickets was a Ca$h Payout scratch-off purchased from the Express Mart at 617 N. Salisbury Blvd. It was one of four Maryland tickets sold in the past week worth a prize of $50,000.
Oceans Market at 14107 Coastal Highway in Ocean City also sold a Racetrax ticket on Saturday, Aug. 28, with a prize of $12,800 attached. That money remained unclaimed as of Monday morning.
Players can find information about claiming their winnings on the How to Claim page of the Maryland Lottery website.