Beaver Dam Offers ‘No Wait’ lines for Lottery Sales

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Lines for lottery sales at the Beaver Dam Station in Beaver Dam, Arizona are well tended and offer short wait times.

The record Powerball jackpot just got bigger, climbing to $800 million as sales soared in the days leading up to the drawing. A winner would have the option of annual payments over 29 years or opting for a one-time cash payment of $496 million.

News reports have spoken of sales lines that have people waiting for as long as six hours to purchase tickets for the largest lottery jackpot in history.

So where do you go to purchase your tickets without an extraordinarily long wait? There’s an easy question to that answer. Beaver Dam is the only place to go.

Lines in the Beaver Dam Lodge are very short and if they have a surge of people, no worries, there are five employees waiting to help you. Don’t forget, Lori Black, owner of the lodge, had already made an Idaho man a millionaire in the first month that the Beaver Dam Lodge began selling lottery tickets.

Lines in the Beaver Dam Station are a bit longer but very well managed and nobody this morning, Friday Jan. 8, had to wait more than a few minutes to purchase their tickets.

Check out Beaver Dam for your chance to purchase the $800+ million-dollar winning ticket with two locations that won’t have you standing in line for six hours, good luck!


  1. Sonny Graham says:

    Where else would a person in this valley go to purchase lottery tickets?
    2 hours to Fredonia? 2 hours to Rosie’s? 2 hours to Primm?

  2. commenter says:

    Scenic General Store had a $1,000,000 Powerball winner in the January 13th draw.

    The roughly $550,000 after-tax balance invested in VWEAX would provide around $33,000 before-tax annual dividends. Downside is that most 2016 income gets jacked up into the 39.6% federal tax bracket.

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