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Vending Machine

Convenience at Your Fingertips

Do you hate standing in long lines or having to interact with people when you’re just not in the mood? We’ve got a solution for that! Try purchasing your favorite Lottery games using our vending machine. So whether you’re purchasing Scratch games, or buying Jackpot games using the Quick Pick option or choosing your own lucky numbers, it’s quick and easy.

How to Play

The most important thing for you to remember when using the vending machine is that it does not give change, so be sure to insert the correct amount of money for your purchase into the cash receptacle. It will accept up to $100. Once your cash is accepted, you can buy Jackpot games with the Quick Pick option by choosing your favorite game and pressing one of the purchase options on the top of the machine. Or, if you prefer to use a playslip, simply complete it, and insert it into the recepticle beneath the cash receptor and keyboard entry. If Scratch is your game, simply press the button for the game that you want to play, and it will be issued. TaDaaaa! So easy.

It can also check your previously bought tickets and tell you if they’re winners or not. If they’re winners, you can opt to apply the winnings as credit on the machine (up to $100) to make another purchase. If you decide to apply your winnings as a credit, it will be for the full amount of the winnings. Remember, whatever you put on the machine, you have to spend. The machine will tell you the amount of the win so you can decide whether to apply it all to credits, or whether to take it to the retailer to cash it in.

Tells players how the Lottery vending machine works.

Where are Delaware’s self-service lottery machines? Use this interactive map to find one

Here’s how you use Delaware’s new self-service lottery machines Delaware News Journal

Wawa opened its’ 800th store on Rocky Run Parkway off Rt. 202 that offers patrons the opportunity to play the Delaware Lotto at a self-serve machine located inside the store. (Photo: Jennifer Corbett, The News Journal) Buy Photo

About six months ago, the Delaware Lottery announced that it would be putting self-serve lottery machines at gas stations and convenience stores throughout the state.

Delaware Lottery Director Vernon Kirk said the state has 100 of these new kiosks from vendor Scientific Games. As of this week, it has deployed 63.

Many of them are at Wawa stores, marking the first time Wawa customers in Delaware can purchase lottery products since the convenience stores tested over-the-counter lottery products close to 20 years ago.

Others are Royal Farms, Redner’s Markets, Weis Markets and other stores.

Find the nearest self-serve Delaware Lottery machine using our interactive map. ]]>