Wawa customers in New Jersey will be able to purchase state lottery tickets with their coffee, hoagies and other snacks.
The convenience store chain will announce today a statewide partnership with the New Jersey Lottery to offer self-service ticket machines at all 210 Wawa stores in the state by Memorial Day.
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Wawa began offering the machines when it opened a new store in Lodi on Oct. 4. A new store in Jackson will become the latest to offer the service on Friday.
The area convenience store giant began selling Pennsylvania lottery tickets nearly three years ago. And, Wawa currently sells lotto tickets at Virginia stores, according to spokeswoman Lori Bruce.
The Delaware County-based retailer with the goose on its logo has stores located in New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Delaware, Maryland, Virginia and Florida.