Jackpocket Agrees to Deal with Colorado Rockies

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Jackpocket Agrees to Deal with Colorado Rockies

Jackpocket, a third-party app in the United States for ordering official state lottery tickets, announced Monday that it is now the Official Mobile Lottery Partner of the Colorado Rockies. 

This marks the third MLB deal Jackpocket has made, following agreements with the Texas Rangers and Minnesota Twins.

With this deal, Jackpocket will be hosting “ticket giveaways, providing free branded merchandise, and offering fans unique VIP experiences at Rockies games.” 


For new players at Jackpocket, players will be able to use the promo code “ROCKIES” to receive a free lottery ticket.

"As baseball season really heats up, our partnership with the Colorado Rockies couldn't come at a better time," Jackpocket Founder and CEO Peter Sullivan said in a news release. "The Rockies are a local institution and we're excited to bring fans a new, digital-first way to play the lottery while also celebrating their love of this storied team."

"We are thrilled to partner with Jackpocket to facilitate growth of their brand amongst our audience," Walker Monfort, Rockies Vice President of Corporate Partnerships, said in the release. "Alongside their existing partnerships in professional and collegiate sports, we look forward to enhancing their user base throughout the Rocky Mountain region."


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Jackpocket will be featured on Rockies.com, their social media and radio programs and will also be promoted on LED screens throughout Coors Field and McGregor Square. 

At Coor’s Field, the Rockies were home to the ninth-best attendance in the 2021 MLB season. 

While this is Jackpocket’s third MLB deal, this is the company’s seventh major league sports partnership with relationships in the NFL, NBA, NHL, and college sports. 

Jackpocket is currently available in Arkansas, Colorado, Minnesota, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New York, Ohio, Oregon, Texas, and Washington, D.C. 

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