Delaware Lottery places lottery ticket kiosks in Wawa stores

The Delaware Lottery has begun installing self-serve lottery ticket kiosks at more than 40 Wawa sites, marking the first time customers can buy tickets at the stores since they tested over-the-counter ticket sales nearly 20 years ago, according to delawareonline.com

The kiosks, which accept payment cards, will offer most of what is offered to over-the-counter buyers, including keno. The kiosks will not offer sports betting. 

Vernon Kirk, Delaware Lottery director, said the machines will generate an extra $6 million.

Scientific Games provided a total of 100 kiosks, Kirk said; 57 machines will be placed at retailers other than Wawa. The machines are being tested at Royal Farms.
 


Topics: Government, Retail, Ticketing Kiosks


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