TheLotter brings its lottery courier service to New Jersey

June 5, 2024
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The service purchases official lottery tickets at licensed New Jersey Lottery retailers on the customers' behalf.

TheLotter has announced its received regulatory approval to offer its lottery courier services in the state of New Jersey. To start ordering lottery tickets online, customers choose the lottery game they prefer to play, select numbers as if the transaction were in-person and then confirm their purchase.

"Our launch in New Jersey is a great milestone. Ordering lottery tickets online offers convenience and safety, and we're proud to offer our services in the state, in addition to our operations in Texas, Oregon and Minnesota, with plans to launch in New York very soon,” TheLotter US Managing Director Peggy Daniel said. 

New Jersey residents 18 or older with an interest in playing Powerball, Mega Millions, Pick-6, Jersey Cash 5 and other local draws can order tickets on theLotter New Jersey site or app. Orders are then fulfilled by theLotter, which purchases official lottery tickets at licensed New Jersey Lottery retailers on the customers' behalf. Finally, the tickets are scanned and uploaded to the customers' account to be seen before the draw.

"Whenever a customer wins a prize, we notify them. Winnings of up to $600 are transferred directly to a customer's account. When a player wins a prize over that amount, we arrange for them to get their winning ticket so that they can collect the prize in person at the offices of the New Jersey Lottery,” Daniel said. 

“It's that level of transparency and security which has inspired the trust customers have in us. I am certain folks from New Jersey will embrace our service in a similar fashion."

TheLotter will soon be launching in New York as well, while plans to go live in other tri-state areas remain to be seen.


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