Aurora ranked 904th in state in lottery ticket sales for April 2016
The per capita lottery ticket sales in Aurora was $0 per person.
Based on monthly sales records obtained by the Dupage Policy Journal, Aurora generated $2,041,860 in net sales from its 87 lottery retailers in April 2016, compared to $2,037,759.50 in April 2015.
The City of Aurora is in DuPage County, and has a population of 0, according to 2010 census data. Neighboring municipalities are Warrenville, Batavia, Naperville, North Aurora, Sugar Grove, Montgomery and Oswego.
Average sales for municipalities in the region in April 2016 was $27,588.17.
Aurora's top lottery retailer is 7-Eleven #33814 located at 1790 N Farnsworth Ave, Aurora, IL 60505.
7-Eleven #33814 generated 4 percent of Aurora's April 2016 lottery ticket sales and 1 percent of DuPage County's sales that month, which was $17,021,902.
A close look at sales by city shows that the top five cities with the highest lottery revenue per capita in DuPage County in 2015 were Bensenville, Wood Dale, Itasca, Villa Park and Addison.
Statewide, the top five cities with the highest lottery revenue per capita were Forest View, Burnt Prairie, McCook, Mapleton and Merrionette Park.
The top five cities in the state generated $5,496,719 in net sales -- 1 percent of the state's 2015 net sales amounting to $2,793,271,709.50.
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