. Circle K Partners With Jackpocket For Arizona Lottery

Circle K Partners With Jackpocket For Arizona Lottery

Written By Jarrett Huff on January 25, 2023Last Updated on January 30, 2023
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Great news! Jackpocket, not Jackpot, is now live in Arizona. The Jackpocket app offers a fresh approach for online lottery players in Arizona.

The release of the app aligns with its collaboration with Circle K, a convenience store chain. The instances of misplacing a lottery ticket in Arizona may come to an end, or could potentially be affected by a state lottery breakdown. Tickets for the Arizona Lottery and other interstate games will be accessible both at the chain stores and via the app’s delivery service.

Peter Sullivan, the CEO and founder of Jackpocket, stated in a press release:

Circle K is highly recognized as one of the premier lottery retailers in Arizona, known globally for its superior quality goods and services. We are thrilled to offer a more user-friendly and pleasurable experience for both experienced lottery enthusiasts and novices to engage in their favorite lottery games.

“At Jackpocket, we are committed to enhancing the online gambling industry securely and meaningfully, ensuring player safety.”

How does Arizona’s lottery game function?

Established in 2013, Jackpocket is a mail service aimed at making lottery games more accessible, enjoyable, and trustworthy. As the first third-party lottery app in the US, it allows users to order official state lottery tickets in a safe and secure manner.

When utilizing Jackpocket, players can choose to either enter “quick play” or select the game they want to play by picking their own numbers.

After a customer places their order, Jackpocket buys the seat from Circle K. The player will then receive a scan of their ticket through the app and an email confirmation of the purchase. Meanwhile, the actual ticket is stored securely for the buyer.

Players will get alerts from the app when they win, including a list of their passport numbers. Winnings less than $600 are directly transferred to the player’s Jackpocket account. In case of a major win, the player’s ticket will be securely delivered to them, or they can opt to collect it themselves.

Fees are only charged to the person if they utilize their account to cover the expenses of the messenger service.

Script for Jackpocket AZ Offer and Features

With Jackpocket, players have the ability to play a range of popular state lottery games, including both prize and regular games.

  • Life 4 Money
  • 5 dollars.
  • 3 monthly.
  • Big Thousands
  • Search for Gold
  • Select 3
  • 4 selections
  • Powerball
  • Select 5

Players in Arizona have the opportunity to play Thousands Big, Powerball, The Pick, Fantasy 5 and Choose 3.

Jackpocket is offering Arizonans their first lottery ticket for free in the game. New players can obtain a $2 lottery ticket by downloading Jackpocket and using the discount code HEYAZ at checkout.

Jackpocket allows players to pool their resources with other players to increase their odds of winning. If one of the pooled tickets wins, the prize is split among the players. This can be done with the general public or within private family groups. Powerball and Mega Millions players can also participate in these pools, commonly referred to as ‘lakes’.

Just like when playing in-store, individuals can also include bonuses such as Megaplier and Power Play. For engaging in activities, users can utilize YouTube.

The following offer is from Jackpocket:

  • Arizona
  • Colorado
  • Minnesota
  • New Hampshire state
  • New Jersey state
  • NY
  • Ohio
  • Oregon
  • Texas
  • DC, Washington

Sales from lottery tickets fund higher education, health and human services, environmental initiatives, and economic and business growth in Arizona.

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Jarret Huff, a former sports editor at Northern Star Media, hails from Wonder Lake, Illinois. His friends and family know him as an NBA history enthusiast with a deep-seated love for the Chicago Bulls, Bears and Cubs.

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