The lucky ticket matched all of Monday night’s winning numbers…02, 28, 29, 31, 34 and 35.
The winner, who has not yet come forward, has 182 days to claim the jackpot. The ticket itself is worth $675,000, but could be taken as a cash option of $425,000.
Since the beginning of this year, there have been five large jackpot wins, four of which were in Western Maryland. The biggest prize won so far was a $26 million Mega Millions jackpot sold in Mt. Airy last month.
On January 21, a $575,000 winning Multi Match ticket was bought in Hagerstown and claimed by an Army veteran. On February 11, a $625,000 winning Multi Match ticket was purchased by a 66-year-old Sharpsburg woman at an Exxon station.
Earlier this week, a Middletown man won a $50,000 jackpot via The Price is Right scratch-off game.
On January 17, a woman from the Eastern Shore won a $700,000 Multi Match jackpot.