Jackpocket releases Super Pick lottery app

March 15, 2024
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Players can now choose numbers from several quick pick features on the app.

Jackpocket has launched Super Pick, an app that offers players Mega Millions and Powerball through a streamlined system. The app gives players user-friendly and quick ways to choose “every special and standard ball in the game with just one tap.”

Through Super Pick, users can pick special ball numbers from a series of 25 to 26 quick picks. These quick picks feature all the standard numbers in a game at least once.

Jackpocket said in a statement, “This hassle-free way to cover numbers could unlock big winning potential for users.

“Matching just the Powerball or Mega Ball on its own secures a prize of $4 or $2 respectively and is a necessary step for winning six out of nine prize levels including the grand prize.”

Company Founder and CEO Peter Sullivan further commented on the app’s features by saying, "Super Pick is the latest in Jackpocket's long list of features that you can't get anywhere else. Based on direct feedback from our users, we developed this feature to streamline the way they are participating in the lottery and make it the most convenient process possible.

“It's been exciting to see the great interest in Super Pick already as the Mega Millions and Powerball jackpots continue to rise toward historic levels."

Jackpocket debuted in the US in 2019 as the first registered lottery courier service. Its lottery app is currently available in Arkansas, Colorado, Minnesota, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New York, Ohio, Oregon, Texas and Washington DC.

The company said it remains committed to encouraging responsible gaming by providing tools and resources for safe play to its customers.


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