The Super Bowl will be held in Arizona in just a few weeks and some residents will look to hit the jackpot in order to afford the cost of admission. Luckily, they have a new way to play draw-style lottery now that Jackpocket‘s app has announced its launch in Arizona.
The app’s launch in Arizona comes as part of a partnership with convenience chain Circle K. Tickets for multiple Arizona Lottery and multistate games are now available at those retailers and via Jackpocket‘s courier service.
Partner complements Jackpocket Arizona launch
The partnership is a natural fit for lottery players. Circle K is one of the largest convenience store brands in the US and Jackpocket sells itself as the #1 lottery app in the US. The app’s design aims to create a more convenient, fun, and responsible way to play the lottery.
Several draw-style lottery game favorites are featured on the app, including Powerball, Mega Millions, The Pick, Fantasy 5, and Pick 3. Arizona is the 15th jurisdiction that Jackpocket has launched in but plans for continued expansion are afoot.
Melissa Lessard, head of North American Marketing at Circle K, said in a press release:
“Circle K is proud to partner with Jackpocket to make this fun, user-friendly experience available to every player in Arizona. We strive to make our customers’ lives a little easier every day, and our partnership with Jackpocket aligns closely with this mission by making lottery more accessible, user-oriented and convenient.”
As a third-party lottery courier service, Jackpocket has helped players win over $225 million in lottery prizes to date and two dozen individual players have won prizes worth $1 million or more.
Jackpocket offers Arizonians free lottery play
Jackpocket is as content with its new partnership as Circle K is.
“Circle K is known around the world for offering quality products and services and is one of the top lottery retailers in Arizona. Together, we are excited to offer long-time lottery enthusiasts and new players a more accessible and fun way to play their favorite lottery games,” said Jackpocket CEO and Founder Peter Sullivan. “At Jackpocket, we are committed to innovating the digital gaming space in a safe and meaningful manner to ensure player safety.”
To celebrate its launch, Jackpocket is running a promotion which offers Arizonans their first lottery ticket on the house. New players can receive a $2 credit by downloading Jackpocket’s app and entering the code HEYAZ at checkout.