NEW YORK – The Circle K convenience store chain and Jackpocket, a licensed third-party app that provides a secure way to order official state lottery tickets, have extended their partnership to provide exclusive perks for lottery players and Circle K customers.
“One of our goals at Jackpocket is to make the lottery convenient for everyone, and Circle K fits right in with how we do that,” said Jackpocket CEO and Founder Peter Sullivan.
Circle K and Jackpocket are launching a spring campaign at more than 1,650 Circle K and Holiday stores in Ohio, Texas, Colorado, Minnesota, Arkansas, New Hampshire and New York.
Through this partnership, Circle K customers and team members can claim an exclusive $5 discount on their first lottery order in the Jackpocket mobile app. Users of the Jackpocket app may also have the ability to unlock special offers at Circle K stores. As part of this partnership, Circle K will promote the exclusive Jackpocket offer on a variety of Circle K channels, including including in-store, via email and in the Circle K rewards app.
“Providing an easy, exclusive and convenient way to order official state lottery tickets at the push of a button is a great way to engage our customers and make their lives easier every day,” said Melissa Lessard, Manager from North American. Marketing at Circle K.
New Jackpocket players use promo code CKJP at checkout in the Jackpocket app to receive $5 off their first lottery ticket order.
Available in 10 states, New York-based Jackpocket offers lotto players a secure way to order official lottery tickets for Powerball, Mega Millions, Lucky for Life and other games and view their tickets on their phone. Jackpocket players have won more than $100 million in lottery prizes to date, including nine individual players who have won prizes worth $1 million or more, the company said.
The first licensed third-party lottery app in the United States, Jackpocket offers an easy and secure way to order official state lottery tickets. Jackpocket is currently available in Arkansas, Colorado, Minnesota, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New York, Ohio, Oregon, Texas, and Washington, DC, and is expanding to new markets , did he declare.
- Couche-Tard is No. 2 on CSP 2022 Top 40 Update in the 2021 ranking of the Top 202 American convenience store chains by number of stores. Watch for the full Top 202 2022 ranking in the June issue of CSP magazine.
Couche-Tard’s 26-country global network, based in Laval, Quebec, includes approximately 9,300 convenience stores in North America, including more than 7,100 in the United States under the Circle K and Holiday Stationstores banners in 48 states, and approximately 2,100 in Canada under the Circle K, Mac’s and Couche-Tard banners. It has a total global network of approximately 14,200 stores.
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