Technology company AutoLotto (Lottery.com) has announced that Coinstar, a global leader in self-service coin counting, is joining Lottery.com’s affiliate program.

Through its agreement with Lottery.com, Coinstar will market and promote Lottery.com products in California, Texas, Pennsylvania, Michigan, and other U.S. jurisdictions where Lottery.com currently offers its services by utilizing its network of 4450 interactive kiosks in these areas, including ones equipped with adPlanet lead generation technology.

The addition of Coinstar will expand Lottery.com’s existing affiliate program, which includes leading media and technology companies.

“As an industry leader with a significant customer base and global presence, Coinstar is an excellent fit for our affiliate program. This agreement represents another step in our strategic plan to drive growth in our business-to-business segment and broaden our user base. We value the opportunity to work together with the Coinstar team and are excited about the opportunities that this relationship will bring,” Tony DiMatteo, CEO of Lottery.com, said.

“Over the past 30 years, Coinstar has been bringing customers improved convenience, reliability and accuracy when counting coins. Lottery.com is providing similar improvements in the lottery delivery space. We believe that our customers will appreciate the value that Lottery.com adds and will make this a successful undertaking for both parties,” Jim Gaherity, CEO of Coinstar, said.

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